Ulcinj (Alb. Ulqin or Ulqini, Italian Dulcigno) is the southernmost town and the center of the municipality of the same name on the Montenegrin coast of the Adriatic. Near the city begins the largest Adriatic beach, which is about 13 kilometers long and where 500,000 people can swim at the same time. The municipality of Ulcinj is located in the extreme south of the Montenegrin coast, close to the border with Albania.