Located on the northern tip of Lustica Bay Peninsula, the house commands uninterrupted views of the Adriatic and Lastavica Island, which accommodates the ruined fort of Mamula. 2 minutes in the car (or an energetic walk) brings you down to the beaches of Miriste and Zanjice. Even though the two beaches adjoin, they are quite different in their view and appearance, as each sits in its own bay. A small selection of restaurants serves both well. For a treat, you really should visit the Ribarsko Selo restaurant. Almara beach and the beach club are located at Oblatno, a 10-minute drive, well worth a visit.
A stylishly renovated house with a pool on the Lustica peninsula in Montenegro, it comfortably sleeps up to eight. Each room has a terrace overlooking the stunning coastline, with beaches only minutes away. Three bathrooms, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, well-equipped living room, dining room and kitchen… Superb.
This stylishly renovated modern house with a pool sleeps up to eight and provides super comfy accommodation for the larger or extended family. It has white stone floors with neutral décor throughout. Every room has a terrace overlooking the amazing coastline of Zanjice and Mirista, both of which you can drive to in 3 minutes.
On the ground floor, the open plan lounge/kitchen with a large terrace is furnished with comfortable sofas, cable TV, a fully functional kitchen and a dining area. On the first floor are two double rooms with sea views, a twin room with sea views, and a shower room/toilet. The third floor has a large king-size bed with an en-suite bath and toilet facilities, leading to the terrace that overlooks Zanjice and Mirista.
Outside, the main terrace leads from the living room, with further steps down to the swimming pool. The views are breathtaking, and we have spent many evenings enjoying dinner on the terrace whilst watching the sun go down over the Adriatic coast.
Open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner (oven, fridge/freezer, four ring ceramic hob, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher); lounge (TV, DVD, MP3 docking station); Leading onto a terrace with views of Zanjice and Mirista Beach. 1 Shower Room and toilet.
2 Double bedrooms (terrace and sea views)
One twin bedroom (terrace and sea views)
1 Shower Room and toilet.
1 Double Bedroom with en-suite Bathroom, with Terrace overlooking the beautiful beach of Zanjice and Mirista.
Outside: Large terrace and private pool (11 meters x 4 meters) with sea view.
Children’s Facilities: Cot and highchair are available on request.
What’s Included: All linen and towels, including pool towels. Weekly cleaning.
The real reason we keep coming back to Montenegro is the coastline. We have run out of words to explain it to friends and family; it is simply idyllic. Our favourite area is the peninsula of Lustica.
Lustica Peninsula is at the entrance of the bay of Kotor and effectively separates Tivat Bay from the Adriatic.
The Peninsula is conveniently located between Dubrovnik (90 minutes by car) and Tivat (20 minutes by car). It has 35km of coast, is surrounded by the deep blue waters of the Adriatic Sea, and is largely undeveloped. Olive groves and dense pine woods are plentiful, although many are uncultivated and overgrown. This area has a vibrant cultural heritage embodied by twenty churches. Once an isolated community, farms and smallholders produce their cheese, prosciutto, wine and rakija.
The two nearest are Zanjice and Mirista. Even though the two beaches adjoin, they are quite different in their view and appearance, as each sits in its bay.
We often go to the beach at Mirista. There is a small beach area, but the remaining space is made up of various platforms where you can hire loungers and umbrellas. They are all served by an excellent restaurant and bar.
The beach of Zanjice is more significant and more extensive. Although pebbly, it is still awesome. An excellent fish restaurant called Ribarsko Selo sits on the small headland between the two beaches.
Almara beach is located at Oblatno, a 10 minutes drive away and well worth a visit. Visit the new and chic Almara Beach Club.
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Towns Worth Visiting
A 40-minute drive from the house is the medieval walled city of Kotor. Behind the mighty 20m, ramparts that shield Kotor from the waterfront are vegetable and fish markets, the harbour bustle and a labyrinth of small streets which offer excellent shopping and a great selection of bars and restaurant for a night out. Kotor is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Budva Old Town
A 50-minute drive from the house is the most impressive medieval walled city of Budva. It has a similar look and feels to Kotor, with narrow streets, small squares, and a life of traditional music and dance. Why not grab a boat and take a leisurely sail along the coastline and many small islands?
A 15 minutes drive from Budva brings you to the famous coastal island and town of Sveti Stefan. The island is now a picture book hotel with a cluster of roofs and a sandbar linking it to the shore. You must walk the coastal path of Sveti Stefan to the secluded beaches of Milocer. A must is a visit to the Hotel Milocer, a wisteria-clad hotel, previously the property of the Yugoslav Royal Family.
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