Are you looking to learn about all things Balkan this summer?
With its tombstones declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites last summer, there is no better place to immerse yourself in Eastern European culture than Montenegro.
Whether you’re a local, seasoned visitor or nomad, we have created a fun guide of things to do on the Luštica peninsula. It may not be the first location that springs to mind when looking for a place to explore in this part of the world, but it truly is a hidden gem along Montenegro’s glistening coastline.
So join the cool club and discover the history behind Vogue’s Hottest Travel Destination for 2017 …
Before we delve into the best sightseeing hotspots, here are three fun facts you need to know about the Luštica peninsula:
1. Montenegro is home to 25 ‘blue flag’ beaches, many of them on the Luštica peninsula. These beaches are eco friendly.
2. The Luštica peninsula is home to old military bases that have been transformed into tourist hotspots - think luxury resorts and events spaces. Who knew Fort Kabala threw parties?
3. The famous Blue Cave is situated halfway between Luštica Bay and Žanjic beach. A popular spot for local Insta users, a photo taken nearby has recently been nominated for a Sony World Photography Award . How exciting!
The Luštica peninsula is not only known for its beautiful coastline, it is also famed for its gorgeous beaches, such as Oblatno beach.
Looking to escape the hustle and bustle of nearby Kotor? These three beaches are the perfect spots for any discerning partygoer, skinny dipper or family.
by green headlands and blue waters at Trašte Bay, Oblatno is considered to be
the liveliest beach by locals. If you’re a sun worshipper seeking a party, you’ll
love Almara Beach Club. It’s where the young crowd enjoy the exclusive
restaurant, bathe on its day beds, and party ‘till dawn with live music and DJ
Perfect for all explorers, we hope you enjoy!