Whether skiing in Montenegro's mountainous Kolasin region or walking in one of its five national parks, the country offers countless opportunities for adventure and exploration. From Tara Canyon - the largest canyon in Europe, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site - to Lake Skadar - the Balkan Peninsula's largest lake - all of the wonders of Montenegro await you from Lustica Bay.
Steeped in a romantic history that tells the tale of pirates, sailors and soldiers, the peninsula's 35km of coastline combines olive groves and rich vegetation with authentic fishing villages.
From colourful local legend to enchanting architecture, the area around Lustica Bay enjoys a rich cultural heritage. In as much as our 'development' means protecting the nature already here, so too will the existing culture be preserved - kept as a constant reference point for planning life in Lustica.
After two years spent studying the region's history and drawing inspiration from its architecture, our architects were able to incorporate key elements - such as indigenous building materials, shape and style - into architectural design, developing the town in phases for an authentic, organic growth process. Both residential properties and public spaces will thus reflect our heritage, deeply rooted in a sense of place. This will be enhanced by providing a lifestyle closely connected with the local community - from strengthening ties with and supporting the existing Radovi¿i town to supplying traditional prosciutto, cheeses and wines from neighboring family-run farms.