MONTENEGRO – Life AS IT SHOULD BE
Luštica Bay is located in Trašte Bay, along the natural pearl of Luštica Bay, and is perfectly positioned between coast and mountain. Clear air, crystal clear water, olive groves and unspoiled nature blend the calm and the active for a distinct way of life. A home in the sun is guaranteed, with 240 days of sunshine each year. Average temperatures vary between 5 ° C in January and a mild 28 ° C in July and August. Montenegro’s varied climate means that on the same day you can sunbathe in the south and ski in the north. There are three main climatic zones: the alpine in its northern highlands, moderate continental in its inner areas and the Mediterranean climate along the coastal belt.
Montenegro’s 293 km beautiful coastline is as spectacular as it is varied. The emerald blue waters of the Adriatic explore a winding shoreline with sandy beaches, secluded coves and caves. Fjords, old fishing villages, medieval fortress towns and an incredible spread.
Lord Byron once said that “the Montenegrin coast is the most beautiful encounter between land and sea”, and nowhere is a more perfect expression of this than Luštica Bay. This is a place that briefly describes Montenegros beauty, culture and history.
Luštica Bay is a unique project of residential area with a complete infrastructure, providing a new, original lifestyle, hidden in the dramatic landscapes of the Montenegrin coast. One of the most sought after destinations for rest and if you want to escape stress. Luštica Bay represents an integrated destination as the only Greenfield investment in Montenegro and the largest in this part of Europe, a project worth EUR 1.1 billion. With favorable tax laws, 240 days of sunshine per year and immediate proximity to three international airports, this destination provides almost unlimited opportunities for investors.
The project includes more than 1,000 apartments, over 500 houses and villas, 7 hotels, 18-hole golf course, conference and SPA center, 2 marinas, hospitals, schools, shops and restaurants. Behind the project is Orascom Development, a company with experience in building cities in Egypt, Oman and Switzerland.