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Stone villages

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.

The main road around the peninsula connects them up like string of whitewashed or sun baked pearls, each with its own small orthodox churches and old stone houses. The villages houses have a defencive formation and were laid out at a time when their peninsula lay outside the (400 year long) Venetian “protection” of the fjord, and were obliged to protect themselves from Pirates and other menaces which scourged the coast.

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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.

Lustica peninsula | Montenegro

Lustica Mill House

Marovici village, Montenegro

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Warm welcome from the Owner

Fabian Dittrich, is the proud owner of the Lustica Mill House on the Lustica peninsula. He acquired the house from the previous owner Jas who bought the house while working in tourism in Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, and Bosnia between 2000 and 2006.

For someone who was quite familiar with the Eastern Adriatic coast, he was pleasantly surprised to stumble upon (Lustica) an area that had not been taken over by large scale tourism, while, at the same time, was located near to two international airports (at Tivat & Dubrovnik); close to the many clean beaches and a beautiful largely untouched natural environment; as well as near to the historic attractions and amenities at Kotor, Dubrovnik Budva and Tivat.

The house was fully renovated - keeping the old mill in the same place it had once ground olives for centuries - with the help of Tivat based architects, Axum Architects, and combining sensitive restoration with modern facilities. The house was tastefully decorated using genuine furnishings and bright materials from Nepal in Asia.

We hope you have an opportunity to enjoy the Olive Mil House and the Lustica surroundings as many of our guests have before...