Small fishing village, which stretches along the Bay of Tivat in length of three kilometers. This is the traditional "holiday place", which is quite far from the cities (to Tivat and Kotor - 11-12 kilometers) with a beautiful view over the bay. The resort is very interesting because of the stone houses and a very clean sea.

The settlement Lepetani

Located on the east bank of the gorge Verige, which connects Tivat and Kotor Bay. There is ferry service, which shortens the time for motorists from Budva to Herceg-Novi for 22 kilometers.


Consists of a series of brilliant old houses, rustic architecture, with high stone courtyards, arranged in six villages, among which the largest is Radovići. On the hills, whose green slopes of olive trees adorn the lush subtropical vegetation, white temples rise. On the hill above the village Gošić rises the churchof St. Luka.

Lower Lastva

A small coastal town with Venetian architecture, near Tivat. In addition to clean and calm sea, Lower Lastva attracts those who like to walk, because right above the village is Squirrel Hill, literally mottled numerous hiking trails and goat. Vrmac separates Tivat and Kotor Bay, so that atop of a very nice view. On the hill there is a settlement Upper Lastva, with two interesting churches - Santa Maria (XIV century) with a splendid altar of white Carrara, colorful Ligurian and green marble, and Saint Vida (IX century) on the same rock. Lower Lastva lost a part of its coastal architecture specifics with newer building. The core has still retained its original shape and appearance. Stone house with sea view, balcony, small harbors, piers and mattresses, a wonderful promenade of palm trees represent an unique beauty and give a special charm and warmth of this seaside resort.
Among the modest but graceful houses, stands out the bell tower of the parish church. Center of the village gives a true picture of the coastal landscape that modern architects have not crippled with the modern architecture. In Lower Lastva, among others, was an estate and mansion of the family Bolica. Family Bolica built in 1551 the chapel of St. Roko on their property. Later the chapel was moved from Bolica property to family Buća. On the foundations of the chapel of Bolica, people from lower Lastva, who dwelt in the nineteenth century the Upper Lastva, built in 1900 a very pretty church of St. Roko. The church has a very interesting icon that represents St. Tripun, work by the famous Greek icon painter Ilija Moskovsa, a native of Zante. Icon was displayed at an exhibition of Byzantine art and achievements in Ohrid. The church is the altarpiece of St. Roko, the work of local artist Mihael Florio from Prcanj.


Fishing village. First written information on this site is dating from the late 12th century or the beginning of the 13th century. Originated in the hills Obosmoka where it is even today, there are ruins of old Krasic and rural cemetery which is still active. The last family had moved from the upper to the lower Krašić in 1979. after the earthquake.

Lower Krašići were only the warehouses along the coast in which the inhabitants removed their boats and fishing nets. Krasici is dominated by three names Petrović, Slavović and Frančesković.

Today, it is the famous tourist resort. Near Krasici, is one of the most beautiful beach in Tivat and Montenegro - Plavi horizonti (Blue Horizon).
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