The residency overlooks the Bilećko lake, which was artificially formed in 1968. When the lake was constructed, five villages flooded, including its houses, graveyards, and also the remains of a Roman villa with spectacular floor mosaics. In the summertime when the water level lowers, it is possible to walk on the bottom of the lake, through the remains of the flooded villages and ruins.




Two small islands in the lake, right in front of the residency building, then become hills that can be reached on foot.