This beautiful blueprint of a Venetian palace in the historic fishing village of Prcanj, is first line to sea with breathtaking views.
This beautiful property is located in the quiet and historical village of Prcanj a small village along the Bay of Kotor in southwestern Montenegro. Opposite to Dobrota, and between Tivat and Kotor, Prcanj bears witness to the success of the Venetian Republic of the 17th and 18th centuries and has just over 1,000 year-round inhabitants.
The apartment occupies the entire ground floor of an old Venetian palace, Palazzo Lukovic, an eighteenth century palace listed as being of historic importance. The property stands frontline to the sea in this historic fishing village and benefits from its own private terrace and a punta (jetty). The latter has mooring for a boat up to 48 foot.
The local environment is slow-paced, friendly and provides a great lifestyle for those wishing to take a more laid back approach to their daily lifestyle. There is a small pebble beach suitable for children who prefer not to step down into the sea from the punta.
The town waterfront consists of a long line of stone villas, with beautiful facades separated by gardens and olive orchards. Prcanj is most noted for it's impressive church of Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, which was said to have taken 120 years to build. Situated between the settlements of Muo and Stoliv this quiet seaside town offers a variety of sporting and leisure activities, from bird watching and paddle boating to jet skiing, rafting and mountain biking.