Stari Bar is a small town in Montenegro. The old town of Stari Bar is found up in the mountains, an hours walk from the modern city of Bar, in the southeast of Montenegro. Houses, shops and restaurants have appeared around the old fortifications, and it has a population of almost two thousand people. The area of Stari Bar is surprisingly big. It’s a fascinating adventure, and it can take an hour or two to properly explore what remains of this fortress settlement. There is an olive tree reputed to be more than 2,000 years old. It is claimed to be one of the oldest in olive trees in the world, and it is believed to be the oldest tree in Europe.