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Ulitina is located in Estonia
Coordinates: 57°52′22″N 27°44′46″E / 57.87278°N 27.74611°E / 57.87278; 27.74611Coordinates: 57°52′22″N 27°44′46″E / 57.87278°N 27.74611°E / 57.87278; 27.74611
Country  Estonia
County Põlva County
Parish Värska Parish
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)

Ulitina is a village in Värska Parish, Põlva County in southeastern Estonia.

Ulitina and its neighbouring villages (Kundruse, Litvina, Pattina, Perdaku, Saabolda, Saatse, Samarina and Sesniki) are notable as part of Estonia that although not an enclave, before 2008 wasn't reachable by road without passing through Russian territory for several hundred metres, through an area known as the Saatse Boot. In 2008 a new MatsuriSesniki road was opened, making it possible to reach the area without necessarily passing through the Saatse Boot. This is however a 15–20 km detour if going from Värska.