The marina village at Luštica Bay will not only be the heart of the development, but it will also offer the chance for keen sailors (or those new to the seas) to explore one of Europe’s most dramatic coastlines. With 120 berths and ideal location, there will be the opportunity to sail from Luštica Bay’s marina to some of the nearby highlights along the coast, taking in the Montenegrin scenery as you go.
Captain Petar Brakocevic of Yacht Montenegro
describes this country and region as “ the pearl of the Mediterranean Sea with untouched beauty, wonderful bays and beaches
.” According to Capt. Brakocevic, the very best time of the year to sail in Montenegro is during the months of May, June and October.
In a recent interview he also revealed exploring that Montenegro by sea is “t he best way for a family to spend the day together. A family can enjoy a host of activities from swimming and relaxing to visiting historical places of interest.
The conditions along the South Adriatic coast make it perfect for leisurely sailing, with a “ constant wind from the North-West (the Maestral) meaning that between 3 and 8pm sailors can relax and rest in the evening after a full day of sailing
Many points of interest along the region’s coastline are easily accessible from Luštica Bay, offering the option of mooring up for the night. This makes it possible to extend a day’s sailing and explore some of the nearby towns and villages such as Budva, Tivat, Kotor, Bar and Prčanj offer free sailing lessons to those who charter a yacht with a skipper. It’s time to find your sea legs and get exploring.