Apartaments Dalila-Velika plaza

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  • 20 bedrooms
  • 10 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 50
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Bedrooms: 20

Bathrooms: 10

Sleeps: 50

Type: Apt. / Condo

Apartaments Dalila-Velika plaza

Featuring a large courtyard with an orchard, the air-conditioned Apartments Dalila come with free Wi-Fi, cable TV and balconies or terraces protected with mosquito nets. Guests can also rent bikes on site.

Free parking is provided. The owners of the Dalila can help arrange car rental and tours of other destinations in Montenegro and Albania.

The sandy Noki and Bonita beaches are 900 metres from the property. They are in the central part of the 12 km long Velika Plaža Beach, where you can find various sports terrains, bars, areas for children and healing mud.

Bars with live music, restaurants and shops can all be found within only 100 metres from ...Read more

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Apartaments Dalila-Velika plaza
Ulcinj, Montenegro

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Ulcinj is a popular tourist destination in summer. In January 2010, the New York Times named ranked the south coast region of Montenegro, featuring Velika Plaza, Ada Bojana, and the Hotel Mediteran, as one of "The Top 31 Places to Go in 2010".[8]

Although still undiscovered by many travelers from larger countries, repeat tourists and an increasing amount of first time visitors make Ulcinj a hot spot for vacationers between the months of May and September. It is most famous for its sandy beaches, which are considered[by whom?] the most beautiful in Montenegro. The most valuable resource of the Ulcinj riviera is Velika Plaza (Albanian: Plazha e Madhe, English: Longe Beach), which is a 12 km (7.5 mi) long stretch of sandy beach and the longest beach on the Montenegrin coast. There is a small pebble beach called Ladies Beach[9] which folk tradition holds to have qualities conducive to fertility. There is also a beach called Mala Plaža (Albanian: Plazha e Vogël, English: Small Beach) which is much smaller in size, but is located in the centre of town and very popular with visitors. "The Korzo", as it is called by locals, is a promenade which separates a street lined with coffee shops from Mala Plaža. At night during the summer months, the Korzo is pedestrianised and families and young people gather. There are many more less known smaller beaches that serve as get-aways from the main tourist areas. Ulcinj has also a large number of religious buildings like mosques, tyrbes and churches, including: Pasha's Mosque, Sailor's Mosque and St. Nicholas Church.

Ulcinj's old town is a very well preserved castle-looking community that is left over from medieval times. The old town sits atop a mountain overlooking the shore and is a tourist attraction on its own.

Ada Bojana (Albanian: Buna) is popular among foreign tourists from Western Europe for its peace and unique atmosphere. A large naturist campsite is located in Ada Bojana.[10]

Šaško lake and Ulcinj's salt pond are popular among birdwatchers, because Ulcinj and its surroundings are major resting points for over 200 bird species on their migration paths.

There are numerous cafes, discos, and bars that dot the city that are usually filled to capacity throughout the summer.

The majority of tourists that came in Ulcinj are Albanians (moslty from Kosovo and Switzerland), Germans, Italians, and Eastern Europeans. A large number of Americans who are either of Albanian descent or were born in or near the city of Ulcinj often make the city a prime summer time destination.

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