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Luštica Bay

The Chedi Luštica Bay is located within the resort town of Luštica Bay within the Tivat Municipality. Nestled along the Luštica peninsula in the north western bay of Trašte, Luštica Bay is a new signature town by Orascom Development. Covering over 6.9 hectares of natural beauty and offering a wealth of world-class residential and lifestyle facilities, it will be a one-of-a-kind destination; a new Montenegrin coastal haven offering peace, healthy living and modern luxury for those who seek life as it should be.  
 
The Chedi Hotel sits within the town’s prominent Marina Village neighbourhood. Positioned on the waterfront, overlooking the marina and the Adriatic sea beyond, it will offer easy access to all the delights of the waterside promenade. Its own private enclave with its own ambience, The Chedi is also an organic part of the greater Luštica Bay whole. This seamless integration of design, amenities and community makes it a truly unique offering within Montenegro.
 
Luštica Bay is ideally positioned for discovering the majestic wilderness of Montenegro beyond. With a never-ending coastline, historic towns and cities, five national parks, Europe’s deepest canyon, one of Europe’s last large virgin forests and a whole host of activities on offer, Montenegro’s small size only makes its diverse offering even more astonishing. There are also three nearby international airports - Tivat, Podgorcia and Cilipi-Dubrovnik - serving all major European cities.
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The Town


The Chedi Luštica Bay sits within the new, sustainably developed resort town of Luštica Bay, located amongst the splendour of Montenegro’s Luštica peninsula within the Tivat Municipality. Reminiscent of the country’s age-old fishing villages, Luštica Bay is a timeless haven - drenched in sunshine, grounded in culture and nestled between the azure waters of Trašte Bay and a backdrop of tree-dappled mountains.

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Experiences


No matter what the season, Montenegro’s extraordinary landscape is never short of extraordinary experiences. With mighty mountains rearing up from astoundingly blue waters, coastal towns sunning their red roofs on the shoreline, wild meadows and olive groves alive with the scents of herbs and flower, Montenegro is a country that belies its small size.

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Travel Information


Montenegro has a 293 km coastline and is bordered by Serbia, Kosovo, Albania, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Well-connected and renowned for the hospitality of its locals, the country provides easy and safe travel.

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