I am the "lucky" owner of the Lustica Mill House, an old stone house, on the Peninsula of Lustica. I bought the house in 2005 while working in tourism in Croatia, Montenegro, and Bosnia between 2000 and 2006. For someone who was familiar with the beautiful Adriatic coastline, I was pleasantly surprised (nay, shocked), to stumble upon somewhere so beautiful, yet seemingly "invisible" - to all but a few local and international visitors - while, at the same time, located directly beside Tivat airport, and also near Dubrovnik airport. Two years later, the house was fully renovated with the help of Tivat based architects, Axum ( Ivan and Nevin), who combined sensitive restoration with modern facilities. The house was tastefully decorated later using genuine furnishings and brightly coloured materials I brought from Katmandu in Nepal. To date, I have had numerous guest who appreciate the unique stone house, the peaceful and natural surrounds of the village and peninsula, and the fresh and inviting, deep blue open seas. The local people are very friendly and often make and sell their own home made produce such as olive oil, cheese, wines and grappa. Finally, the peninsula is nothing short of a 'gem'- still quite undiscovered, surrounded by rolling green hills and wild nature, the sea water and beaches lovely and finally, close to all the main towns on the coast- Kotor, Tivat, Herzeg Novi ( all within 30 mins by car or boat), and Budva and Dubrovnik.