Hidden Spots of Lustica PeninsulaMontenegro · 8 Items ·
Handpicked by a Montenegro Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Hidden Spots of Lustica Peninsula'.
One of the best attractions of the peninsula besides churches and small settlements are beaches, which vary from small and pebble to big and sandy. These are some of the hidden and magnificent places that have caught our attention.
Arza is a fortress built on the Luštica peninsula during the hundred-year rule of the Austro-Hungarians, in this part of the Montenegrin coast. This masterpiece of architecture is the first thing you notice, as you sail through the entrance of the spectacular Boka Bay. This fortress, together with the fortification of Mamula on the island of Luštica and the Prevlaka Fort on Cape Ostro, f...More info
The fortress known as Mamula was built on a small rocky island Lastavica, which is located at the entrance to the Bay of Kotor, about 3.5 nautical miles from Herceg Novi. According to many experts, the fortress is still a masterpiece of military construction. The fortress, which was designed for exclusively military operations, was built by Austro-Hungary in 1853, as one of the most ...More info
The Blue Grotto is a beautiful, secluded little cove situated near to Zanjice beach and is a must-see for nature lovers and photographers. To get to Blue Grotto, you must start in the quaint, gorgeous village of Herceg Novi and take a boat from the port to Zanjice beach. At the beach, enjoy the sunshine and an ice cream before taking another boat to the Blue Grotto. The boats leave Herceg-Novi eve...More info
If you are a fan of hidden, isolated places, then the right place for you is Dobreč cove. In the silence and shade of this place, you will find peace on the pebble beach. Only 70 meters long, the beach has a Blue Flag, which is awarded to the cleanest beaches in the world. The cove and the beach Dobreč are not accessible from the mainland and can only be reached by boat. The inde...More info
Among the wild and hidden places of Luštica, we would single out Cape Veslo (Rt Veslo), which is located in the open sea. The coast of this cape is steep and rocky, so this place is ideal for diving. It is visited by lovers of clean sea and untouched nature, who intend to enjoy the natural landscapes. The beach can be reached by a country road, or by sea. Also, from the beach by...More info
Another attractive location is the cove Mirište, which is considered one of the tiniest coves in the Adriatic. However, with its beauty, this place is a pure attraction for tourists. The same-named beach is located on the western side of the Luštica peninsula, and it is a mixture of sand, pebble, concrete shoreline. The beach has all the necessary infrastructure, which inclu...More info
Žanjice is located at the tip of Luštica, and even though it is quite remote and hidden, it stands out as one of the most popular areas of the Montenegrin coast. This alluring place is a 40-minute drive by sea from Herceg Novi, and if you don’t have your water vehicle, some taxi and rental boats circulate to this place constantly. Additionally, from Žanjice, tourist boats run ...More info
Rose is an old settlement located at the entrance to the Bay of Kotor, on the Luštica peninsula. It is considered to be the oldest settlement in the Bay of Kotor, where foreign and domestic ships were supplied with food and other necessities, and it is believed that at one time there was a customs zone for the entrance to Boka. The name comes from the Italian word 'rose' which mea...More info