A delightful beach set in a quiet cove with a mixture of sand, pebble, concrete shoreline. A small harbour sees small boats with day-guests from the mainland at Herzeg Novi, while larger boats and super yahts (from Porto Montenegro) anchor off shore, taking advantage of the sheltered waters.
Introduction to the beaches of Lustica
Numerous beautiful beaches are located close to your accommodation at the Lustica Mill House and are accessible by foot or car. Sparkling clean waters on the open sea shore of the Lustica Peninsula add to the attractiveness and excitement of the shore, and numerous land and island fortresses create an impressive vista.
Whether you are looking for something quiet or with plenty of activities, the beaches near to the house (from 5 to 20 mins by car) vary, some with many restaurants and shops (Zanjce), while others are quiet and isolated (even in the high season) and only accessible by boat, such as Arza and Dobrec beaches.
Probably one of the most beautiful beaches in Montenegro. Blue Horizon (Plavi Horizont) beach is a wide semi-circular shaped, and fine sandy beach - encircled by delightful green pine woods.
Overlooked by an impressive Austro-Hungarian Fort, the small and sheltered beach of Arza is located about 7 mins by car from the house. The beach is quiet and always peaceful with the nearest facilities (restaurant, cafe, changing rooms/showers) are 10 mins walk away.
There are numerous other beaches of varying degrees of isolation and popularity including Rose, Krasici and Ponte Veslo as well as other less well know places waiting to be discovered at Dobra Luka, Oblatno, on the islands of Zanjice and Mamula, and elsewhere around the peninsula
Probably the best known beach on the Lustica Peninsula, Zanjice is a wide and popular pebble beach encircled by two verdant headlands, and giving sheltered clear waters and gently sloping shoreline. 5 mins by car or a pleasant 15 min walk to the house.
One of the highlights of seascapes of Montenegro, the Blue Cave is renowned for its clear turquoise waters situated in a large semi submerged cave, which boats enter and leave through large rock openings.
A romantic pebble beach nestled in between two wooded headlands. leaving visitors with an dramatic impression ; and asking themselves, do places like this really exit anymore?