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Aman Sveti Stefan, Montenegro

You could stay in an ancient citadel standing in the sea. Or in a traditional Montenegrin villa just a few minutes walk away, along a beach of pink sand.

Montenegro might be comparatively unmarked on the ‘large scale tourism’ map, but it is much the better for that. It means you can enjoy its unspoiled and unashamedly beautiful coastline in peace. Sveti Stefan, for example, is a 15th century fortified town; a higgledy-piggledy collection of stone houses and ancient churches standing on its own isthmus island. Here you can stay in a choice of original, stone-built rooms, suites or cottages; and revel in the atmosphere of this unique island town. Or you could take a walk along one of the Adriatic’s finest beaches – with pink sand between your toes – and find yourself the Aman’s Villa Milo?er. This traditional Montenegrin villa features white walls, gorgeous gardens, wisteria-covered colonnades and a picturesque terrace overlooking the bay.

Aman Sveti Stefan, at a glance

  • Wonderful setting in the centre of a bay with three pink, sandy beaches
  • Just 30 minutes from Tivat Airport and 2½ hours from Dubrovnik
  • Choice of 50 guest rooms, suites and cottages within Sveti Stefan – all with original stonework and period-style features
  • Plus eight exclusive suites within Villa Milo?er with parquet floors, stone bathrooms and Juliet-style balconies overlooking the sea
  • Wide choice of dining experiences in Sveti Stefan and the Villa

For leisure and pleasure

  • Three superb beaches: Queen’s, Sveti Stefan and Milocer
  • Cliff top swimming pool overlooking the sea
  • Spa cottages offering a range of restorative treatments
  • Well-equipped gym
  • Water sports like sailing, skiing, scuba diving and fishing
  • Cycling trips to Budva, Przno and beyond
  • Fantastic bird watching trips to Lake Skadar
  • Wine tasting tours

  • I do not think that we have ever had so much care and attention from a travel company, which just goes to show that (in a good way), you do get what you pay for.

    DL, Morocco