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Luštica Bay

Living Every Momentum

With a happening harbour-front and a range of beautiful waterside apartments, there has never been a better time to join the momentum of Luštica Bay

With the opening of its Marina Village and the five-star Chedi Hotel last year, the sustainable coastal town of Luštica Bay is now a fully operational and flourishing Montenegrin destination. It is not just a place to live, but rather somewhere to live every moment, and – with a summer brimming with things to see and do – homeowners here are spoilt for choice. 

Becoming part of this welcoming lifestyle has never been easier, with a range of options including the current waterfront residences offer, The Chedi’s exclusive serviced apartments, and the up-and-coming homes of Centrale.

Fresh air, year-round sun and sea horizons have always been part of the Luštica Bay allure, but with the opening of the Marina Village, it has become so much more. Now homeowners can enjoy world-class amenities, a happening harbour-front and a diverse community. The promenade is lined with shops, restaurants, cultural spaces, a health studio, salon, supermarket and motor and boating services. Savour Montenegrin specialities from Bakery Davidović, peruse the boutiques, enjoy the fresh flavours of 21 Bistro or the Sea Forest restaurant, or a glass of Montenegrin wine at the Finestra Winery.

A rich summer programme of events is set to add to the energy. August performances – brought to us through cooperation with KotorArt and Operosa Festivals – will bring everyone together for cultural entertainment, live music and open-air parties.

The waterfront promenade and new outdoor amphitheatre will host a diverse array of concerts and theatre performances. For the first time this year, there are also a variety of regular events up and running, including spinning classes, Latin parties, cookery courses, wine tastings, jazz evenings under the stars, beach parties and much more.

Keen golfers can head to the Luštica Bay driving range to practise their swings with panoramic views of the bay, while sailors can make the most of the new state-of-the-art marina. Already in demand, the marina offers berths for boats of up to 45m alongside cutting-edge facilities and professional yacht assistance from a multilingual team. There are also boats available for charter and courses at the marina’s renowned sailing school.

Planned to become the new cosmopolitan centre of Luštica Bay, Centrale residents will have all the benefits of town life on their doorstep, with restaurants, shops, cultural spaces, public services and piazzas, courtyards and parks

The Marina Village waterfront residences are within easy but peaceful reach of the action. Climbing naturally up the hillside from the marina, studio to three-bedroom apartments have been constructed to the highest sustainable standards. Built from local stone, with distressed red-tiled roofs, they bring to mind the coastal romance of old Montenegro. Inside, meanwhile, they offer light-filled contemporary spaces with picture-perfect sea views from private balconies, spacious interiors, luxury amenities, communal pools and gardens.

Several new luxury villas are also entering the design stage. Occupying an exclusive spot at the top of the Marina Village hillside, the villas command sublime views over the bay. Private and tranquil, they are still closely linked to the waterfront and their cut-above-the-rest design and amenities can be tailored to your personal vision.

For those seeking something a little different, The Chedi Hotel’s exclusive serviced residences offer a new kind of Luštica experience. This summer entering its second operational season, the five-star Chedi Hotel has fused effortlessly into the Marina Village lifestyle. With two restaurants, three bars, an events centre and ballroom, a fitness suite, wellness spa and indoor and outdoor pools, it has gone far beyond a hotel, becoming a dining and nightlife destination, a wellness retreat and a community hub.

The Chedi’s private, branded apartments are a perfect way to join the buzz while enjoying all the amenities and its first-rate services. Available as studios to one- and two-bed suites, they reflect the coastal ambience beyond with their light-flooded interiors, natural materials, calming colour palette and high-quality furnishings. They each come with their own spacious private balcony and guaranteed sea views.

The Chedi Residences are not only beautiful holiday homes, but also represent an attractive investment opportunity with our secured rental programme with guaranteed ROI. What’s more, Luštica’s new payment offer spreads payments into manageable quarterly instalments.

Beyond the Marina Village, construction is also continuing in the second neighbourhood, Centrale. Planned to become the new cosmopolitan centre of Luštica Bay, Centrale residents will have all the benefits of town life on their doorstep, with restaurants, shops, cultural spaces, public services and piazzas, courtyards and parks. Ideal for young professionals and families, the studio to three-bed apartments are due to become some of the most highly-demanded residences. Built to Luštica’s stringent environmental standards and inspired by indigenous architecture, the apartment buildings are timelessly elegant and benefit from high-end fittings and contemporary furnishings.

Whether it’s waterfront living or town life that appeals, the deep-rooted quality and vision remain the same – a town that invites you to live every moment of the here and now, while creating a way of life that will last for generations to come.

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