Valdanos

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Coordinates: 41°57′5″N 19°9′55.18″E / 41.95139°N 19.1653278°E / 41.95139; 19.1653278

Valdanos (Albanian: Valdanosi, Serbian Cyrillic: Валданос) is a beach and major olive production region in Ulcinj, Montenegro. Valdanos Bay is one of many beaches in Montenegro's South Coast well-known to Montenegrins and visitors, which also include the nearby Ulcinj beaches at Velika Plaza, Ada Bojana, and Ladies Beach.

Valdanos beach is crescent-shaped, known for its round pebble shoreline that extends for 300 metres. The beach is part of a coastline at Valdanos that extends for approximately three kilometres[1].

The olive groves at Valdanos are among Montenegro's largest and most productive, encompassing more than 400,000 square metres and an estimated 18,000 olive trees [2].

Development[edit]

In recent years, Valdanos has been presented to the international resort development industry as a major new destination development opportunity, available under a long-term lease with the Republic of Montenegro [3][4]. Valdanos was at one time the location of a government military reservation.[5]

Other Montenegro beaches[edit]

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