Aman Sveti Stefan Montenegro

Aman Sveti Stefan Montenegro

A fortified island village, and a royal residence on the Adriatic

Aman Sveti Stefan is a story in two parts. One is a beautifully preserved 15th-century fishing village on a fortified islet; the other, on the mainland, is the shore-side former summer home of the Queen Maria of Yugoslavia – a rustic retreat and a royal residence connected by an isthmus.

Together, these historic properties occupy an 80-acre patch of Montenegro’s wildly beautiful coast, including three idyllic swimming pools and a trio of pink-sand beaches that are among the most beautiful on the Adriatic.

● 80-acre coastal estate with a 15th-century island fortress and the 19th-century Villa Milocer set on the mainland
● Three idyllic beaches, including the private, picturesque Queen’s Beach set in seclusion beside an emerald lagoon

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● Beautifully preserved rooms, suites and individual fishermen’s cottages overlooking the deep blue Adriatic
● Dine outdoors shaded by pines and white parasols or on stone terraces draped with lilac-coloured wisteria, overlooking the bay
● The Aman Spa, in a secluded bay backed by pinewoods, offers personalised wellbeing programmes, visiting wellness specialists and hydrotherapy suites
● Discover the natural surroundings with tailor-made private excursions including hiking, private lake cruises and sailing trips

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Sveti Stefan Suite

Designed over two floors, the Sveti Stefan Suite offers a private swimming pool and breathtaking sea views from a tranquil terrace, as well as spacious interiors spread over 165 square metres (1,776 square feet).

Deluxe Cottage

Based on the original islanders’ homes, Deluxe Cottages offer 60–100 square metres (645–1,076 square feet) of living space and promise guests a secluded getaway on Sveti Stefan.

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Village Room

The intimate Village Rooms offer 45–50 square metres (484–538 square feet) of living space and retain the warmth and character of the original islanders’ homes.

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