Green, Blue and White
where nature meets the sea-shore and old stone villages bathe in the warm embrace of sunshine and unmoved by change...
Lustica is a dramatic peninsula which exposure to the clean and warm waters of the Adriatic sea on one side, and the famous Boka Kotorska fjord on the other.
Located at one side of the entrance to the fjord, it is an area of largely untouched natural beauty, consisting of rolling green hills with traditional stone villages spread amongst nature like small pearls.
Within a few minutes walk, or drive, surrounding blue and turquoise waters of the sea-shore is easily accessible and invites visitors to its numerous beaches, or strolls along its invigorating and dramatic coastline.
Apart from an abundance of untouched and cherished woods and olive groves, as a military zone to long forgotten empires, the coastline is studded with prominent and impressive stone forts, a wonder to see and discover.
In amongst all this untouched nature, there is lots to do and chose from on the peninsula, Walking, swimming, climbing, cycling, bird watching, lounging, eating, fishing and sailing, learning about and buying local produce, or simply enjoying the peace and quiet, occasionally disturbed by the calls of abundant wildlife.
Slightly further away is the Budva - Kotor – Dubrovnik apex of attractions that lies within a convenient drive of Lustica, or further upland, where the dramatic Montenegrin mountains and Tara gorge are sutuated. All accessible by car from 30 minutes to two hours drive away from Lustica.
Map of Boka Kotor Fjord Area showing the main airports at Dubrovnik and Tivat; the historic centers of Herceg Novi, Perast, Risan, Kotor and Budva. The map also shows the location of Lustica Mill House on the Lustica peninsula, which devides the fjord from the adriatic sea.