Villa Nikčević is a stunning seafront villa located in a quiet, peaceful and small village Ljuta, situated in the heart of the Bay of Kotor just 7 km away from the old town of Kotor.

Ljuta attracts families as well as groups of friends who seek for the crystal clear sea, tranquility and privacy.

Three story high luxury Villa surrounded with spacious garden with different kind of plants and trees. Villa has own private outdoor pool and private beach (dock) with all necessary utensils such as sunbeds, umbrellas and beach towels for every guest. The Bar and Beauty room (massage, manicure, pedicure, etc.) are located next to the pool. In addition, Villa has full equipped professional kitchen and private parking for guests.

9 accommodation units, precisely 11 exquisite bedrooms, accommodate up to 22 guests. All of the units include en-suite bathrooms. There are various room types such as standrad rooms, deluxe room, deluxe apartments, studio and executive apartment.

Villa can promise all luxury and privacy you could wish for just walk away from the tranquil waters of the largest fjord in southern Europe and with a backdrop of rugged mountains and breathtaking views across the Bay of Kotor. Holiday accommodation in Ljuta really will be difficult to beat if you are looking for a base from where you can enjoy the very best of Montenegro’s outstanding natural beauty.

Forget all the worries of everyday life, visit us and enjoy peace and relaxation you deserve with Villa Nikčević.

We are sure that if you feel just once the magical spirit of this enigmatic Villa and follow the rhythm of your heart, you will be our faithful visitor every year.


The settlement Ljuta is situated in the heart of Boka Bay, on northern side of Kotor. It’s about 7 km away from Kotor. A small fishing village steeped in an atmosphere of peace and nestling quietly on the banks of the Bay of Kotor, Ljuta can give you an authentic experience of traditional rural life yet still put in one of the most prestigious and highly sought after locations in southern coastal Montenegro. In its center, there is a baroque church dedicated to St. Peter, which stands on a raised and enclosed pave plateau, almost by the seashore. It is built of ashlar transported from Korčula. According to archive sources, the construction works took several decades and were finished in 1780.

You can also be sure that you will discover the perfect environment in which you can recover from a hectic urban lifestyle, although finding yourself just a few miles away from Kotor might tempt you to spend a few days exploring this medieval walled city with its UNESCO world heritage accolade. So you might not do as much relaxing in Ljuta as you intended because when many fabulous contemporary shops and restaurants waiting to be found amongst an incredible wealth of ancient architecture.

In addition, variety of sporting and recreational activities will give you the chance to investigate the incredible diversity of landscapes throughout the area. You will soon realize that you should have booked your holiday accommodation in Ljuta for much longer!


Embraced between Montenegro’s most immense mountains, Kotor is located along one of the most beautiful and yet largest bays on the Adriatic. Kotor has one of the best preserved medieval old towns in the Adriatic and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Kotor is an old Venetian walled town, dated from the 10th century and without doubt Kotor is one of the most beautiful places in the World. There is no word that can describe this place and that is the reason why you have to see it. There are many beautiful churches which date from 10th century.

Kotor is enhanced by the magic of its natural and historical surroundings: crystal clear water, limestone massifs of both Lovcen and Orijen, peninsulas, churches and palaces.

The remarkable and ancient walls expanding around the old town of Kotor and over the St. Giovanni hill with a 5 km length are only the first breathtaking glance. Even though Kotor is lavishing with historical and monumental valuable structures, the most notable, which stands as a great symbol of the old town, is the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon built in 1166. Sveti Đorđe(St. George) and Gospa od Škrpijela (The Lady of the Rocks) islets off the coast of Perast are also among the more popular destinations in the vicinity of Kotor.

A marine for your yacht, souvenir shops, night clubs, banks and other important institutions for business travelers-everything is just around the corner.