Aman Sveti Stefan is located in the centre of Montenegro’s Adriatic coastline, south of Budva and between the villages of Pržno and Sveti Stefan. The site incorporates two kilometres of coastline including the pink sandy beaches of Sveti Stefan, Miločer Beach and the famous Queen’s Beach which is backed by the resort’s expansive Aman Spa. Aman Sveti Stefan enjoys breathtaking views of the sea, across the bay and along Montenegro’s most renowned stretch of coastline. The island itself measures 12,400 square metres, and while its historic exterior remains largely unchanged, the resort’s interiors have been restored and updated to meet contemporary expectations.
The currency of Montenegro is the Euro. Aman Sveti Stefan will accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express. Outside the resort many establishments and restaurants only accept cash.
Electricity is 220 volts/50 cycles.
Montenegro is one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
The official language of Montenegro is Montenegrin. Other languages, including English, Italian and Russian, are commonly spoken around commercial centers.
Adult: 12 years or more
Child: 2- 11 years
Infant: below 2 years
Accommodation fee, transfer cost, other charges and taxes
Complimentary transfer from and to Tivat airport
￼The Aman Spa offers its own indoor heated swimming pool, housed almost completely in glass. The pool is 24 metres in length and extends outdoors for an additional eight metres. Utilising Amanresorts’ unique chemical- free product range, the Spa offers an extensive treatment menu to be enjoyed in four double treatment suites.
Guests can also enjoy a range of massage and body treatments in one of the six Spa Cottages scattered over Sveti Stefan Island, which also offers another Gym.
The Aman Spa also provides three Hydrotherapy Rooms, each with a sauna, steam shower and cold plunge pool. The Spa’s Fitness Centre includes a comprehensive 140-square-metre Gym, a fully-equipped Pilates Studio and a Yoga Studio with floors that can be heated in winter.
High Speed Internet Access
Wifi is available.
As well as Queen’s Beach, the two kilometres of coastline dedicated to Aman Sveti Stefan also incorporates the pink sandy beaches of Sveti Stefan and Miločer Beach.
There are a number of vineyards within a two-hour’s drive of Aman Sveti Stefan. These include the family-run wineries of Milovic in Ulcinj and Masanovic in Crmnica. Both of these wineries grow the Montenegrin grape varietal known as Vranac and offer private wine tastings of regional wines.
Located in the centre of Montenegro’s Adriatic coastline, Aman Sveti Stefan lies south of Budva and between the villages of Pržno and Sveti Stefan. Guests can cycle to the nearby villages whenever they wish, while guided cycling expeditions farther afield can easily be arranged.
Skadar Lake is home to 280 bird species including the endangered Dalmatian Pelican and Black Ibis.
Situated on the Adriatic coastline, Aman Sveti Stefan enjoys a prime position for offering guests a plethora of water-based activities. These include sailing, fishing and diving as well as waterskiing.
Aman Restaurant - resort’s main restaurant which serves Montenegrin fare as well as international cuisine. The large dining room features breathtaking sea views and is complemented by the adjacent Rakija Bar – an ideal venue for refreshments throughout the day. Guests can also enjoy drinks and snacks on the Upper Terrace and the Winter Terrace which both offer superb views of the Adriatic Sea.
This open-air square is the heart and soul of the island’s village setting featuring a number of dining venues including an enoteca, taverna and antipasti bar. Ideal for al fresco tapas and drinks, Enoteca offers a sea-facing terrace and cellar-like interiors. The Taverna is the nerve centre of the Piazza serving simple European and American breakfasts as well as fresh, pastoral Mediterranean dishes for lunch and dinner. Adjacent lies the Antipasti Bar, a convivial space open in the early evenings.