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Luštica Bay

A Place To Belong

Luštica Bay is an emerging new Mediterranean town – beyond being the largest investment project in Montenegro, this destination proposes a lifestyle in itself, all encapsulated in the motto and slogan “A place to belong”

Colourful stone residences with views of the most beautiful dark blue waters of the Adriatic, in the embrace of the olive groves and flamboyant flora of the Luštica peninsula, form silhouettes and outlines of the secluded Mediterranean town of Luštica Bay.

The Marina Village residential collection, The Chedi five-star luxury hotel, a marina for sailing boats and yachts, four sandy beaches, unique gastronomic and shopping experiences, and lifestyle events have built Luštica Bay’s memorable identity.

IRIS RESIDENCE –SOPHISTICATED LIFE BY THE SEA

The newest buildings within Luštica Bay’s Marina Village, Iris Residences, offer a vibrant lifestyle by the sea. Located at the heart of this lively destination, just a few steps from the promenade, Iris Residences are already considered as being among the most desirable Luštica Bay locations.

Iris Residences offer exclusively designed living spaces, from 49 to 153 sqm, that pulsate with the rhythm of the sea. Spacious terraces and romantic balconies ennoble each unit and provide mesmerising views of the Adriatic.

In addition to an exceptional living space, Iris Residences offer tenants benefits like access to swimming pools, common and green areas. Furthermore, residents can enjoy a private beach that’s just a few minutes’ walk away, representing one of the greatest privileges of living in Luštica Bay.

LIFE AS IT SHOULD BE

This place to belong exudes the harmony of the Mediterranean lifestyle and transforms your favourite summer destination into a new home. The colourful stone residences of the Marina Village, overlooking the azure waters of the open Adriatic, provide perpetual respite amplified by the perfect harmony of elegance and simplicity in an incredible natural setting.

“It is often challenging for me to convey my innovative ideas to people before the projects come to life. Many believe that this type of business requires courage, but I think the secret to success lies in patience. I have enough patience and perseverance to start, and then take as much time as needed to make my vision a reality,” said Samih Sawiris, founder of world renowned company Orascom Development Holding, which is developing the Luštica Bay project on the Montenegrin coast.

The residences of the Marina Village, the luxurious 5-star hotel The Chedi, the marina for sailing boats and yachts, four natural sand beaches, a one-of-a-kind gastronomic and shopping experience and lifestyle events, all come together to form the striking identity of Luštica Bay and its life as it should be.

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