This part of the coast begins right after the Buljarica bay and goes to the East from Budva Riviera. From here and to Ulcinj there aren't a lot of beaches (only 7.3 km of beaches at the 77 km-long coast). The main resorts are situated in three large bays – Canj, Sutomore and Susanj. Not far from them there is the biggest Montenegrin harbour Bar. Here a railroad through Podgorica to Belgrade takes start. Bar is also connected to Italian city Bari by the ferry- line.
To the West of Bar the coast becomes stony. Small sandy and pebbles beaches are in bays. The most popular is Valdanos – it is 380 m long. Near this beach there is a unique olive forest with more then 74 000 trees. It can be amusing to see the Mali (Small) beach. Above this beach, on the rock of an amphitheatre form the old city Ulcinj is situated.
After Ulcinj the coastal line has rather different look. Behind Djeran cape the Velika (Big) Beach begins. This beach is famous for its specific fine black sand. This low and wide coast goes for 13 km to Albanian border. The last 2750 m of the beach are on the island called Ada Bojana that is formed by two branches of the river Bojana, flowing into the sea. The Eastern branch of the river is the borderline between Montenegro and Albania.