Lord Byron once said that the Montenegrin coastline is “the most beautiful encounter between land and sea”, and nowhere is a more perfect expression of this than Luštica Bay. This is a location that succinctly articulates the beauty, culture and history of Montenegro.
Set within the Luštica peninsula, Luštica Bay is nestled along a stretch of Adriatic coastline in the north western bay of Trašte, part of the Tivat Municipality and adjacent to the village of Radovići. Warmed by 240 days of sunshine a year, it is a diverse landscape of clear-as-glass waters, uninterrupted coastline, olive groves, Maquis shrubland and sloping hills. Although secluded, it remains within easy reach of the region’s hotspots, a short 15 minutes drive to Tivat and Kotor.
There are three international airports nearby, Tivat (10km), which is only a 15 minute drive away, Podgorica (90km) and Ćilipi - Dubrovnik (46km). All three airports are open to scheduled and charter airlines with additional facilities for private aircraft. With direct flight connections across Europe, this places Luštica Bay within three hours flight from the majority of European cities.