The old walled town sitting above Mala Plaža is to a great extent private and to some degree incapacitated, a heritage of the 1979 seismic tremor. This is a piece of its appeal – this Old Town truly feels old, with its lopsided cobblestones and scarcity of road lighting. Permit at any rate an hour to just meander around however much you might want. Whatever else you discover, marvelous perspectives on Ulcinj and the sea shore underneath are ensured.
A lofty slant prompts the upper door, where simply inside the dividers there’s a little historical center containing Roman and Ottoman curios and a help guide of the town. On the site is a 1510 church that was changed over to a mosque in 1693; you can in any case observe the destroyed minaret.
Simply outside the historical center is a seventeenth century wellspring – nowadays, it’s increasingly similar to a tap – with an Arabic engraving, a bow moon and blooms cut into the stone.
There has been discussion for days of yore about introducing a lift from Ulcinj’s little harbor up to the Old Town, with the goal that everybody – as opposed to simply physically fit sorts – can make the most of its feeling. Local people have quit holding their breath.