Under the influence of such a climate three vegetation belts were created: the first belt up to 300 m high with evergreen vegetation, which is crossed by trees such as the olive tree, the fig tree, almonds, kiwis and the citrus fruits (mandarins, oranges and lemons).
The second belt consists of chestnuts, pomegranates, wine and cereals.
The third belt consists mainly of fruit trees, e.g. Pears, apples and plums. The coastal belt is decorated with pines, agaves, palm trees and other beautiful plants.
Ulcinj is well-known on the tourist market for its vast agricultural land and its ecological end products, its clean and intact environment and the absence of industry and the related pollution problem.
Ulcinj's agricultural products (such as watermelons, mandarins, oranges, kiwis, figs, pomegranates, tomatoes and green peppers) have always filled the marketplaces of today's Yugoslav republics such as Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Croatia.
Then, when the species-rich freshwater and saltwater fish caught by the industrious Ulcinj fishermen in the Adriatic Sea, Bojana River or Lake Shas are combined with homemade brandy and local wines, the Mediterranean cuisine of Ulcinj is conjured up by their hands talented chefs, local delicacies that you will never forget.