Aman Sveti Stefan is divided between Sveti Stefan island, a beautifully preserved 15th-century fishing village on a fortified islet; and Villa Milocer, a rustic retreat and the former royal residence of Queen Maria of Yugoslavia, on the mainland.
Together, these historic properties occupy an 80-acre patch of Montenegro’s wildly beautiful coast, boasting three idyllic swimming pools and a trio of pink-sand beaches that are among the most beautiful on the Adriatic.
The hand-restored stone buildings on Sveti Stefan island house 51 luxurious rooms and cottages, whilst the former royal residence of Villa Milocer is home to the resort's most elegant suites. Each room and suite is individually styled to showcase original details and to harmonise with the centuries of history that give Aman Sveti Stefan its inimitable charm.
Aman Sveti Stefan is easily reached from both Podgorica and Tivat airports in Montenegro, as well as from Dubrovnik airport in neighbouring Croatia.
The coastal regions of Montenegro enjoy a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, sunny winters. The coldest months are December and January (lows of 7°C at night) while the hottest months are July and August (highs of 30-35°C).
Light clothing is appropriate with a sweater or jacket in the evenings. Sports shoes are suitable for light touring, while hiking boots are recommended for treks. Legs, shoulders and upper arms need to be covered when visiting places of worship.