Aman Sveti Stefan
An icon of Montenegrin luxury
- 58 guest accommodations with 50 rooms, cottages and suites on the island and eight suites at Villa Milocer
- A range of dining venues and restaurants
- Three beaches
- Day trip to historic villages and towns such as Kotor
- Boat trips
- Sailing, fishing and diving
- Wine tasting
Joined to the mainland by a narrow isthmus, the Aman Sveti Stefan is a rustic and luxurious seaside hideaway hamlet, a pretty collection of historic stone houses with red tiled roofs, cobbled lane, courtyards and three sweeping sand beaches.
There are 58 dwellings, each individually laid out and decorated, combining the charming vernacular with contemporary features, many with ocean views, private terraces and their own pools.
The Villa Milocer sits on the mainland. Facing the Queen’s Beach, so named as this was originally built in 1934 as a private residence for Queen Marija Karadordevic, the 8-suited villa can be booked out on a private basis, ideal for families and groups of friends.
The opulent spa sits neighbouring the villa, surrounded by acres olive trees, cedar and pine forests. The spa’s treatments draw from Montenegro’s 650 recognized medical species of herbs and a centuries-old tradition of wild harvesting. It also houses a gym and studios for Pilates and yoga.
Local ingredients also fill the menus at Aman Sveti Stefan’s collection of dining venues, from the Aman Restaurant to the relaxed Piazza and intimate Dining Room at the Villa Milocer. Think organic vegetables and fruits, freshly caught sea bass, octopus and rock oysters, and pasture-fed beef from the north of Montenegro, as well as a variety of local cheeses, honeys and jams, olive oils and herbs.
If you can pull yourself away from the bliss of the resort, the dramatic mountains, forests and lakes of Montenegro beckon, while the coast is lined with ancient towns, such as the incredible UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kotor and the nightlight of Budva.