Ljuta is a village 7km away from Kotor. It is located in the heart of the Bay of Kotor, in the north of the Kotor municipality. The settlement was named after the river Ljuta that runs near the village. In its central part is a baroque church from XVIII century dedicated to saint-Peter. The church was built with carved stone blocs brought from Korcula by the sailors who resided there. There are three marble alters in the church : the central one depicting saint-Peter with angels, the south altar depecting a group of saints and the north altar with a silver-bound Madonna and Jesus.