Rose is a picturesque village on the western tip of the peninsula with glorious views of the bay of Igalo and the Orien Massif, the latter a part of a steep mountainous region that rise directly out of the Mediterranean directly above the historic town of Herzeg Novi.
A most impressive area of natural beauty, the habitat was once an important salt flat, whose structures can still be seem from the vantage points along the road between Radovici and the main access to the peninsula, at the Kotor-Tivat- Budva Roundabout.
The south and western part of Lustica, which faces the open sea, is made up of a series of about nine old stone villages that stretch from Madari in the south east to Zabrdje at the western tip of the peninsula.
Each of the Villages of Lustica has its own (one or more) old stone – Orthodox- church which has served the villagers and families for centuries.
An impressive and quite well preserved Austro Hungarian Fortress strategically located at entrance to the fjord.
One of a string of major fortresses (Arza and Mamula) along the Lustica coast, Kabala is a hidden giant of a fortress among trees and shrubs, and with great views looking out to sea.
Arza is an impressive Austro-Hungarian fort built at the Cape of Miriste and with Impressive 360 degrees sea views and formed part of the main Austro-Hungarian sea fortifications at the entrance to the fjord.
One of a series of important settlements, around the innermost part of the fjord, containing some beautiful Roman Mosaics
Lustica is about a 1 to 2 hour drive to impressive mountains, walks and rivers which start at the nearby Lovcen- Orien Massif above Kotor and Herzeg Novi, and stretch back into the countryside to the impressive river Tara gorge and the Durmitor mountains.
Can be accessed from Lustica in about 1h30ms by car, Skandar is a beautiful and mysterious area of outstanding flora and fauna bordering both Montenegro and Albania, and well worth a visit.