Ulcinj’s Velika Plaza, also known as Long Beach (and Plazha Madhe in Albanian), is one of Montenegro’s great natural assets – it is the country’s longest contiguous beach and its most famous beach. Some locals like to call this 13-kilometer stretch of Montenegro’s coast, the “Copacabana of Ulcinj”. It spreads out from Djerane Cape to Ada Bojana.
The beach is well-know for being covered with the finest sand (the diameter of a grain is 0.1-5mm) with such a fine quality that it is reputed to have medicinal and therapeutic qualities. It is rich with minerals, good for those suffering from rheumatism and other illnesses. This beach is distinctive for a long shallow belt of sea water.