The "Galeb" ("larus" in Serbian) is located in Herceg Novi. It was built in 1976 and served as the summer residence for the leader of Yugoslavia Josip Tito, his wife Iovanka and their inner circle. Aside from the living space, the complex contains a now-defunct shop, cafetefia, swimming pool and a conference room.

Nowadays the Galeb complex belongs to the Igalo Instuture. In 2014 the villa was opened to the public, so its perfectly-preserved interior can be appreciated by anyone. Tours are done in 3 languages — Serbian, English and Russian — and costs 3 Euro. Only guided tours are allowed.