Velika Plaza stretches from Port Milena near Ulcinj to Bojana River which separates it from Ada Bojana. Beach is natural phenomenon of beauty and abundance, and it is situated 5 km away from Ulcinj. The beach's length is 12 km, 60 m wide so the locals call it “Copacabana of Ulcinj” which makes it the longest beach in Montenegro.
The New York Times has identified the Ulcinj south coast region of Montenegro, including Ada Bojana and Velika Plaza, as among the top 31 travel destinations to visit in 2010.
Ulcinj beach is covered with finest sand and it is estimated that its capacity is 15,000 people. The quality of the sand is such that it has medicinal features. It is rich with minerals, and is good for those suffering from rheumatism and other illnesses.
A hundred meters away from the sea there is a hotel complex with terrains for tennis, football, baseball, volleyball and handball… The beach is rich with subtropical Mediterranean and decorating plants.