Aman Sveti Stefan
Villa Miločer, Montenegro
In a country famed for its beauty, the most iconic images associated with Montenegro are of the tiny islet named Sveti Stefan. Attached to the coast by a narrow isthmus, the island was once a fortified village dating back to the 15th century. Today, Sveti Stefan is opening in phases after a painstaking renovation. This exciting transition has retained the island’s historic air and the sturdy stone buildings with red-tiled roofs are as cheerful amongst the island’s hardy evergreen trees as they were in centuries past.

Across the bay on a 32-hectare seaside estate lies Villa Miločer — 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. 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.
Spa Program
Spa program
✈ Tivat: 30 min.
Transfer is complimentary

• 50 Village Rooms, Cottages and Suites (Island)
• 8 Suites (Villa Miločer)

• Various dining venues

• 6 Spa cottages on the island
• Cliff pool and outdoor pool

• Budva: the oldest parts of Budva date back over two millennia to the 5th century BC
• Etinje: the honourary capital of Montenegro and the official residence of Montenegro’s president, Cetinje was founded in the 15th century
• Perast: perast showcases some of the best examples of Baroque architecture in this part of the Adriatic. The town boasts many churches and buildings that were erected as early as the 15th century
• Ostrog Monastery: founded in the 17th century, the Monastery of Ostrog is set against an almost vertical backdrop, high up in the large rock of Ostroska Greda
• Kadar lake: according to legend, a love story created Skadar Lake
• Bay of Kotor: sometimes called Europe’s southern-most fjord, the Bay of Kotor is a winding bay on the Adriatic Sea
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