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Aman Sveti Stefan
Why we like it
- Aman Sveti Stefan can be found along the Montenegrin coastline and is uniquely set in an estate of 79 acres including 4 beaches and parkland; offering the ideal European hideaway
- 50 rooms, cottages and suites on the island and 8 suites at Villa Miločer
- It enjoys breathtaking views out to sea, across the bay and along Montenegro's most renowned stretch of coastline
- Pink sandy beaches
- The island's open-air square - The Piazza offers a wealth of dining options in the village setting, we particularity like the Enoteca with its sea-facing terrace and cellar-like interiors
Enjoy a range of massage and body treatments in one of the six spa cottages scattered over the island or in the privacy of your own accommodation.
"Tea is totally unique - her knowledge of the local area is unsurpassed. Mishlav has a love of his city and it shows. We learnt more from Ivo in a morning than we could find out in the previous six months. I would thoroughly recommend every single one of them - they are all a credit to A&K "
- PS, Essex
Aman Sveti Stefan is located in the centre of Montenegro's Adriatic coastline, south of Budva and between the villages of Przno and Sveti Stefan. The site incorporates a stunning coastline including the pink sandy beaches of Sveti Stefan, Miločer Beach and the famous Queen's Beach.
The island's accommodations are divided into Village Rooms, Cottages, Deluxe Cottages, Grand Suites and the Sveti Stefan Suite which has its own private swimming pool. Views from the different accommodations are of the sea, rooftops or quaint courtyards and piazzas, depending on their location. Every room, cottage and suite on the island is completely unique, just as one would expect from a place which evolved from a 15th-century fortress.
Across the bay on a 32-hectare seaside estate lies Villa Miločer. This eight suite stately villa - once the summer residence of Queen Marija Karađorđević - is surrounded by more than 800 olive trees and embraced on three sides by ancient cedar and pine forests. They combine old European grandeur with modern amenities, each featuring a Juliet balcony. The dining room and Loggia offer traditional cuisine with fresh ingredients and locally-caught Mediterranean seafood, whereas the living room is the perfect spot for afternoon tea or a cocktail in the evening.
The island's Cliff Pool offers dramatic views of the Adriatic and is open for light meals and drinks. Another swimming pool and terrace is located on the south side of the island.The mainland offers three other Aman Sveti Stefan dining venues: Queen's Chair, Olive Restaurant and the Beach Café.
Best time to be there
April to October is considered the best time to visit with July and August being the busiest months. The summer months see a plethora of cultural activities, such as the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and a series of festivals of music, film and art at the
Roman Amphitheatre in Pula.
Dubrovnik or Split (British Airways - daily)
2 hours 45 minutes
GMT +1 hour
Best time to be there
April to October is considered the best time to visit with July and August being the busiest months. The summer months see a plethora of cultural activities, such as a series of festivals of music, film and art. The July festival Theatre city in Budva is a feast of classical music, performance, ballet where choirs, local and foreign artists perform.
Podgorica (Montenegro Airlines - three times a week)
Dubrovnik (British Airways, Croatian Airlines or EasyJet)
2 hours 40 minutes direct
GMT +1 hours