Holiday Village Montenegro

Head to the Holiday Village Montenegro and you’ve got indulgence, entertainment, relaxation and adventure, all rolled into one. This stylish and comfortable hotel has plenty of modern facilities to enjoy, so you won’t spend a moment being bored. There are tennis courts, yoga, water roller coasters, and even an aerial assault course, to name just a few activities. And of course, there are swimming pools, too. Dine while looking out over panoramic scenery from the four restaurants, and immerse yourself in the hotel’s immaculate gardens, where swaying palms create a unique and relaxing atmosphere. With live shows every night of the week, you’ll soon unwind.

Overview of Ulcinj

On the south coast of Montenegro sits one of its oldest towns, Ulcinj. It’s been around since the 5th century BC, so you’ll find amazing Roman, Gothic, Renaissance and even Oriental architecture here, set back from stunning beaches. Stroll around its citadel, white-washed mosques and cobblestone streets, and revisit a time and place frequented by pirates. The region’s warm and inviting culture is captured in its many restaurants, cafés and galleries, and with miles of beaches to be explored, this is a top choice forholidays to Montenegro.

Things to do in Ulcinj

You only have to step outside the Holiday Village Montenegro, and the beautiful long stretch that is Velika Plaza beach is right in front you. Not only a hot-spot for kite surfing, it’s also close to the Groves of Valdanos with 800-year-old olive trees. Take the 15-minute drive to Ulcinj’s old town for a stroll around its medieval castle and nearby museum, filled with ancient artefacts. And don’t miss Lake Skadar – it’s breath-taking. The nearby Salinas bird reserve is also not to be missed – it’s home to more than half of Europe’s bird species, including pelicans and flamingos. Whether you’re looking for something adventurous, or a relaxing break, Holiday Village Montenegro has all the makings of an unforgettable holiday.

Resort Summary

Most of your holiday in Ulcinj will likely take place on one of the city’s beaches – there are around 25 of them! They all differ slightly: some are pebbly, some are great for water sports, some are sandy and some are for naturists. You can get to most of the beaches on foot but the main one is Little Beach; it’s quite small so it can get quite busy.

If Little Beach is too crowded, you can continue walking south to find various secluded coves and beaches, many of which have vibrant bars and beachside restaurants. Ladies’ Beach is strictly for women only, but nearby Sapore di Mare is open to all. If you love socialising and dancing, the party-hub of Aquarius Beach is for you.​