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A migratory bird that chose to cross the lovely Adriatic on its way to the worm south would answer the question like this: Where coastline loses its escort, those large and long islands,where the high mountain crags, often violent and barren, descend and transformed into low and gentle hills, and then into wide lowlands interspersed whith rivers and lakes, where the plant life grows denser and spreads to the sea itself, to be stopped by unique, long, sandy beaches- that is where ULQINI is.
In the vast expanse of the globe this town would cover a tiny spot on the intersection of the stripes between longitudes 198 (village of Fraskanjel) and 1923 (Old Ulqini- island of Kru) east, and latitudes 4150 (Ada e vogel) and 425 (Kozjaku i vogel) north. This means that the great red ball sends its warm rays to Ulqini under the same angles as it does to Barcelona and Rome.
Ulqini lies on the edge of subtropical zone of the European Mediterranean and has the Adriatic variant of the Mediterranean climate and subtropical vegetation. It has a lot of light and warmth, 2,700 hours of sunlight a year. In mild winters the average air temperature in the coldest month, February,is 7.1C. It snows very rarely , and when it does it is a real adventure for the population. Springs come here early and are warm and luxuriant, autumns long ,warm and rich, and summers blazing and arid.
Ulqini can be reached by land and by sea and indirectly by air. The nearest airports are Tivat (85 km.), Podgorica (95 km.), and Dubrovnic (152 km.). A road (25 km) links it with its closest neighbor, the town and the port of Tivari. The road runs beside the sea, through picturesque countryside, preparing traveller-tourists for a lovely holiday.
Via Tivari railway station, Ulqini has become part of the railway network of Montenegro Yugoslavia and Europe. Its harbor and the sea connect this area with the harbors and towns along the Adriatic Sea and world.
The entrance to the town is somewhat unusual, as if the host had turned his back on his greatest love, the sea, to give his guest an impatient and cardinal welcome. The sea front, sea, Old Town and beaches are left for a new pleasant surprise.



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