These coastal village apartments offer spectacular views of the Adriatic sea and a friendly exclusivity. Designed for adventurers, the clean, well-furnished rooms provide the perfect place to rest after a day of physically participating in Montenegro’s wild beauty.
Žukovica village lies above Petrovac on the Montenegrin coastline. The beach is accessible by car in 10 minutes or by hiking 45 minutes down to the water. Also, the Transversal, an old Austrian road which used to provide horse and cart access for the military guarding against sea raiding invaders, lies behind the village. This “road” now provides long hike opportunities with access to places like the Kosmać Fortress or a bit further down to the iconic Sveti Stefan island.
We also encourage guests here to strongly consider going canyoning. If you have gone before, then plan to have another adventure. For adventurers that have never gone canyoning before, well it is probably time to change that. (listing info coming soon)
At the top of the village Lazar and his family tend to their family gardens, vineyards, and animals. As a result, they prepare breakfast and dinner for village guests with advance notice. They specialize in the highly-valued local tradition of cooking meat, vegetables, and even bread on coals under an iron dome–izpod sača.