If you want to get to know the southernmost part of Montenegro, this trip is an ideal opportunity. The towns of Bar and Ulcinj have long been under Turkish occupation, until King Nicholas had liberated them in 1878. An essential part of Montenegro, and especially the south, are famous olive trees. Near the Old Bar is the place where one of the three oldest olives in the world grows, over 2,000 years old. This old olive tree still produces its fruits. The city of Ulcinj is situated on a rock that is partly hanging over the sea. In the old town of Ulcinj, which is dangerous to Cretan walls, it can be entered from the north-east side or from the sea. During the walk in the narrow streets you will feel the influence of the Orient. The houses of the locals, who are mostly Muslim, are still surrounded by high walls, which protect them from the passersby. Attention will be drawn to the so-called Trg slave, the place where the pirates brought and sold the slaves.