The Adriatic’s newest luxury lifestyle destination, Portonovi, Montenegro, is being showcased at this year's MIPIM 2017 within the stand and delegation of Montenegrin Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism. Visitors to the Montenegrin stand where Portonovi is also presented have had an opportunity to see details of the Resort and residential properties that are currently up for sale.
MIPIM – the world’s largest property market hosts over 20,000 attendees at the four day exhibition, conference and networking event from 14th -17th March in Cannes. Major international real estate projects – from residential to commercial, hotel, tourism and logistical – are being showcased by representatives from 23 nations.
The €650 million worth Portonovi, set to make Montenegro the next destination for the discerning global traveller, is being built on the secluded shores of Montenegro’s picturesque Boka Bay.
The Resort opening will be done in several phases starting in 2017 and further roll out aiming to have everything completed by 2020. The 26-hectare Portonovi Resort will comprise of 275 properties, from luxurious, spacious town houses and apartments set in the heart of its Mediterranean-style village, stylish villas in its landscaped gardens, to sleek penthouse apartments and sky villas with infinity pools overlooking the marina. The sophisticated properties will sit on a narrow and exclusive part of the bay, affording spectacular views from the properties and the perfect location for superyachts to explore 300 kilometres of stunning fjord-like coastline as well as quick access to the Adriatic.
No two properties are the same, with a choice of different layouts and views and complemented with an entirely bespoke approach from The Studio at Harrods.
Portonovi has a wealth of residential options to choose from including one bedroom apartments which start at €324,000 to penthouses with private pools which are available from €3.1 million. At the very top end we have a selection of luxurious Sky Villas, also with private pools, available from €7.8 million, and additionally One&Only branded villas from €7 million.
The Europe’s first One&Only settled in Portonovi, like all other One&Only resorts around the world, will reflect the beauty and the culture of the destination. With 140 rooms and villas, residences, restaurants (run) by award-winning chefs and world-renowned boutiques, the new One&Only Resort in Montenegro will be One&Only’s first resort in Europe. Guests will be able to look out from exquisitely appointed balconies to breath-taking vistas across the majestic pool stretching into the Adriatic coastline and immerse themselves in the wellness therapies of Espace Chenot Health Wellness Spa Montenegro and emerge with a new-found sense of health and well-being.
As a special distinction, unique Portonovi is built around an entirely new, state-of-the-art mega yacht Marina. It is created in such a way that it will offer the highest level of services accompanied with very attractive pricing. The best quality infrastructure will guarantee that Portonovi is a safe and secure place for all the yachts and their owners. The Portonovi Marina will feature 238 berths for yachts and superyachts of up to 80 metres. 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 development will also include upscale retail options such as designer boutiques from premium international luxury fashion brands.
Portonovi is less than an hour’s drive from both Dubrovnik (33km) and Tivat International Airport (18km). Both airports have services from destinations across Europe, along with facilities for private jets.
Portonovi is developed by Azmont Investments, the Montenegro-based company and leading investor in Montenegro. Azmont Investments embarked its journey in Montenegro in 2012. For now, Portonovi is Company’s main project while well-known investor looks into additional opportunities to invest even more in the future not only in Montenegro, but in other countries as well.