However, a closer look reveals that it is not easier than on the beach to walk from one place to another. I have not noticed any one with its own transistor which is fine : when each parasol brings its own music, different from the neighbor's, that can be an added nuisance.
Though the quay of the old city is made of hard stone instead of soft sand for the city beach, it seems to be a better choice. At first sight, it seems that the parasols are a little more apart one from the other and leave more space to wander.
On this close up, you can see that you must forget to walk along the beach. Walking from one parasol to another is quite an expedition as you have to take care of spare legs or arms if you do not want to hurt anybody (and yourself !). In the background, the quay in front of Stari grad Ulcinj is also dedicated to "bathers" (next tip)
ulcinj is mainly populated by muslims, but it is not a very religious place.
as you can see on the photo, the mosque is right next to a high speed internet cafe and the only people who dress up in typical muslim fashion are the older people.
the internet place next to the mosque is very good and have high speed connection and USB connection.
it is also very cheap at only 1 EURO an hour.