Nestled in a mountainous valley overlooking the beautiful Skadar Lake, the development offers a rich variety of accommodation within exceptionally beautiful natural surroundings. The development includes a 5-star luxury Hotel and Spa, terraced houses under planted roofs and luxury villas that are arranged organically along the contours of the landscape.
Skadar Lake is the largest lake in the Balkans.
The landscape surrounding the lake is breathtaking, dotted with small, picturesque villages. The climate of the Skadar Valley makes it the perfect holiday destination with mild winters and hot summers. Tourists come to this region to enjoy fishing and swimming in the lake. In addition, the Adriatic coast is a mere 20 minutes drive from Skadar via the newly built newly built Sozina tunnel.
A mixed use development including a 5-star Luxury Hotel and Spa, luxury villas and terraced houses.
Infrastructure & Transport Access
Access to the site is gained from an existing road along the northern edge of the site. New paved vehicular routes feed off this existing arterial into the development. The new roads culminate in private driveways for each residential unit and outdoor parking courts and basement parking for the Hotel and Spa.
The development site is supplied by numerous natural water sources. The regulation of the water supply will be facilitated by capturing the natural water at source and storing it in strategic reservoirs above the development. To maintain the availability of sufficient potable water, a rainwater harvesting system will be used for grey water systems, maintenance of swimming pools and landscape irrigation.
Environmental & Sustainable Development
The proposed development is set within a well established wooded valley. It is imperative, within this setting, to retain as much of the existing landscape, trees and bio-diversity as possible. Minimal cutting of trees is foreseen, with the luxury villas positioned where possible around existing trees. The development density of the site has been limited to 19%, which reflects the aim to minimise ecological impact. Furthermore, the introduction of planted roofs over the terrace houses and hotel building will substantially reduce the built impact of the development on the site, with green roofs covering more than half the development on the site.
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