The exclusive properties at Portonovi, Montenegro, the Adriatic’s newest luxury lifestyle destination, have been released for purchase. The €650 million luxury development is expected to make Montenegro the next destination for the discerning globetrotters and is set to be a world class resort, comprising a 5 star plus branded hotel (One & Only), high-end residential units (villas and apartments), and a fully serviced marina. The Montenegro Riviera is being built on the secluded shores of scenic Boka Bay, with the first phase due to open in the second half of 2017.
The 26 hectare Portonovi will include 270 luxurious homes commanding an excellent position between mountain and sea, ranging from luxurious, spacious town houses set in the heart of its Mediterranean-style village, stylish villas in its landscaped gardens, to sleek penthouse apartments overlooking Portonovi Marina.
The property owners will be offered a range of layout options by famous architects, Harper Downie and CallisonRTKL. In addition Harrods Interiors has completed an entirely bespoke interior design scheme for the show apartments in Portonovi’s Lower Village. Portonovi’s discerning clients will be able to select elements, from furniture to wall coverings, or the whole scheme and the highly reputed and exclusive Harrods Interiors will dress their new Montenegrin home. Currently, the site is offering 113 properties for sale: 89 units in the Lower Village and 24 in the Marina Apartments.
The Portonovi Marina will feature 220 berths for yachts and superyachts. It will be one of the most naturally protected marinas in the region, and offer excellent access to the Adriatic with the islands off the Dalmatian Coast just a day’s sail away. The site will be a home for one of the most naturally protected marinas in the region. The Portonovi Marina will feature 220 berths for yachts from 8m through to superyachts of 80m.
A focal point of the Marina will be the members-only Portonovi Yacht Club. Designed for the exclusive use of yacht owners, it is being created by the award-winning British design studio Winch Design.