This land is located around 12 minutes away from Skadar Lake, which is the largest lake in Balkan peninsula, and is a perfect investment opportunity due to it’s really good location for growing a agricultural business.
Small village of Limljani, where the lands are located, is known for it’s historical stone houses, which are the characteristic of the region. These houses feature distinctive architecture with stone walls, wooden shutters, and red tile roofs. They provide a glimpse into the traditional rural lifestyle of Montenegro.
The region is characterized by fertile land, and the local community has traditionally engaged in agricultural activities such as farming and livestock rearing. The village is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and greenery. It is also very suitable for wine production. On the land there is a source of natural spring water so it is possible to build a water factory as well.
Limljani is nestled in a picturesque setting, surrounded by rolling hills, lush vegetation, and scenic landscapes. The village offers a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere away from the bustling city life, making it a pleasant place for relaxation and enjoying nature.
Within Limljani, there is an ethnographic museum called “Kuća Lještanin,” which is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the traditional culture and way of life in the region. The museum displays various artifacts, tools, and household items, offering insights into the local history and customs.
FUN FACT: The village of Limljani is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the only village in the world that had four railway stations and one stop during the time of King Nikola (1910-1918) when “Ćiro” train connected Bar and Virpazar. “Ćiro” train is still running until this day and interestingly enough, it runs straight through this land posing a unique adventure for the tourists from all over the world.