Amenities and Facilities

Luštica Bay will be a state-of-the-art town with a wealth of leisure, spa, entertainment and community facilities. While it is only at the early stages of development, there are already many facilities in pace for residents to exclusively enjoy.


An ideal starting point is our extremely knowledgeable on-site lifestyle concierge available to all residents. From arranging transportation and excursions, to making bookings or simply providing information on the area, they are on hand for everyone’s requests.


Residents can also spend time at Luštica Bay’s private beach. A stunning stretch of pebble and sand for relaxation or exploring the serene Adriatic waters. Luštica Bay also offers communal pools for its residents use. For those on the search for beach-side pampering, head to the nearby Almara Beach Club, with regular water taxi service connections. The five-star beach club has one of the finest blue flag beaches in the country for our residents to enjoy at any time.


On a more active front, there are archery, sailing and golfing facilities already on offer. Golfing takes place on Luštica Bay’s driving range which boasts breathtaking views of Trašte Bay.


There is full, round-the-clock security in place to ensure the comfort and safety of our residents.

Things to do

With modern facilities, wide open spaces, fresh air and the Montenegro’s wilderness beyond, health and wellbeing are at the heart of Luštica Bay. Residents and visitors can explore the environment through pedestrianised walkways and a criss-crossed network of hiking and nature trails. All activities can be arranged from Luštica Bay. 


Luštica Bay and the surrounding area is threaded with hiking trails to suit any level. Residents can explore green mountains, olive groves, open fields, waterfalls, rivers, ocean paths and historic buildings and ruins dotted throughout the landscape.


The coastal backdrop of hills and mountains that sit behind Montenegro’s coast, are an exhilarating playground for any cyclist. Best enjoyed during autumn, there are many bike tours to choose from.


Montenegro’s 293km coastline demands to be discovered. It comprises innumerable beaches and coves, many of which are only accessible by sea, plus a scattering of islands and fascinating historical sites. The Bay of Trašte and Gulf of Kotor’s calm waters make for easy sailing and benefit from from Montenegro’s ideal weather conditions.

stand up paddling

Fast becoming one of the most popular watersports in Montenegro, stand up paddling is a thrilling workout. The summer months in Tivat Bay, navigating its calm waters, is a truly memorable experience.


Discover the coast, rivers and lakes of Montenegro at your own pace with a kayak. Crnojevića River and Skadar Lake make for sensational kayaking.


Beyond the resort, Montenegro’s coast has an alluring variety, from 5-star-service beach fronts to secluded coves. Within the Bay of Trašte, there is the Almara Beach Club or the spacious white sands of Plavi Horizont. The Bay of Kotor has innumerable options, including the all-you-could-need pampering of the Onna Beach Club, the social hub of Movida Beach Club or the ravishing beauty of Drobni Pijesak beach.


There may not be exotic fish and coral reefs, but the Montenegrin sea is nonetheless a riveting snorkelling spot. The astonishingly clear, quiet waters are a hotspot of marine biodiversity. The waters of Adriatic are habitat to over 70% of all fish species in the Mediterranean.


Luštica Bay already has a driving range open during the summer months with spectacular views overlooking the bay. There are lessons on offer from ages 8 through to 16.
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