Holiday rentals in Bar and Ulcinj

Bar has always been known for as somewhat of a melting pot of cultures. Montenegrins consider it the main link to the world, because it has an international ferry and cargo port that is connected to the town of Bari in Italy. The area lies between the Adriatic Sea and Skadar Lake in the southernmost coastal part of Montenegro.Ulcinj is located between the Bar region and the border with Albania. The nearest international airport is located in the capital of Podgorica.

Beaches and fortresses - holiday lettings in Bar and Ulcinj
In the Bar region you will find numerous pebble and even some sandy beaches. In the Ulcinj region you will find the longest Adriatic sandy beach (14km long) at Velika plaža located near the mouth of the river Bojana and the islet of Ada Bojana. The defensive position and the source of drinking water were the most important reasons why the Old Bar, unlike other seaside Montenegrin towns, is located 4km from the sea shore. 10km from Bar lies the remains of fortress Nehaj, a great day trip destination if you want to gain some insight into the Montenegrin history. Browse our full range of holiday lettings in Montenegro today and find the right one for you; no matter how you hope to spend your holiday, we are confident that we can offer you a holiday home to suit your needs.

Make the most of the activities on offer from your holiday lettings Montenegro

Bar is also known as the city of youth and a city of sports activities. For those who like to play sports, there is a city sports and recreational center. Watersports are also popular with locals and tourists alike and there are even a number of dive centres in the area. Ulcinj also has lots to offer in the way of marine and mountain activities, especially around the mouth of Bojana. In the wider area there are numerous walking tracks which vary in length from 2.4 to 13 km. Wine-lovers are in luck too, as there are around a dozen vineyards producing delicious tipples in the Bar area alone. There are of course many cafes and bars along the coast, which invite you sit, unwind and watch the world go by while you soak up the ambience.
Ulcinj has its own special charm because there is no mass tourism there. So, if you are looking for a holiday off the beaten track and an authentic experience marvellous Montenegro, Ulcinj might just be the place for you! Feel at home in our holiday lettings in Montenegro, making the most of the beautiful beaches and great weather. For those who want more than just beaches and would like a little Montenegrin culture, we would recommend a visit to the Archaeological Museum in Ulcinj and the church of St. Nicholas with beautiful painted walls and olive groves.
Skadar Lake
On the northeast of the Bar and Ulcinj regions lies Skadar Lake. It is the largest lake of the Balkan Peninsula, and lies between Montenegro and Albania. The Montenegrin part of the coast and the lake in 1983 was declared a national park. Since 1996, the lake has been protected. The natural environment is well preserved, and home to a range of unique flora and fauna. The indented coast of the lake abounds with bays, peninsulas and islets. Visit the Lesendro fortress or the Grmozur fortress and numerous former monasteries. You could also take a trip to the town of Obod, where in 1494 the first printed book in Montenegro was produced. There are also plenty of old fishing villages which you can visit to get a taste of what life was like in days gone by.