Aman Sveti Stefan


‘Enjoy Modern Comforts As You Step Back In Time’

The island of Sveti Stefan has been home to a cluster of stone cottages and churches since the 15th Century. Now the village has been reborn as Aman Sveti Stefan and incorporates two kilometres of coastline including the pink sandy beaches of Sveti Stefan, Milocer Beach and the famous Queen’s Beach which is backed by the expansive Aman Spa. The resort enjoys breathtaking views of the sea, across the bay and along Montenegro’s most renowned stretch of coastline. The open-air Piazza is the heart and soul of the village and features a number of dining venues including an enoteca, taverna and antipasti bar. There are two swimming pools on the island. One is set on a cliff overlooking the Adriatic Sea, surrounded by a wooden deck with sun loungers and tables for casual dining and the other is situated alongside the pitched roof of the rebuilt Church of Alexandar Nevski. Rooms, cottages and suites are decorated in a subtly elegant fashion, providing every modern comfort whilst retaining the historic air and ambience of the island.

In Our Opinion

‘A truly unique experience of a 600 year old village transformed into a luxury modern resort while retaining all of its character and much of its original architecture.’

Ideal for al fresco tapas and drinks and offers a sea-facing terrace and cellar-like interiors.
The Taverna
Serves simple European and American breakfasts as well as fresh Mediterranean dishes for lunch and dinner.
Antipasti Bar
A convivial space open in the early evenings.
Open throughout the day, the resort’s main restaurant serves Montenegrin fare as well as international cuisine with a focus on seasonal produce and freshly-caught seafood. The large dining room features breathtaking sea views and is complemented by the adjacent Rakija Bar.
Rakija Bar
Situated adjacent to Aman Restaurant, Rakija Bar is an ideal venue for refreshments throughout the day. Enjoy drinks and snacks on the Upper Terrace and the Winter Terrace which both offer superb views of the Adriatic Sea.
The Dining Room (Villa Milocer)
An intimate seven-table dining space on the ground floor with a large open fireplace and views over Milocer Beach. The tables are set with Italian linen and contemporary furniture is complemented by hand-loomed woollen rugs. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offering simple, elegant menus driven by fresh produce and locally-caught seafood.
Loggia (Villa Milocer)
Located on the ground floor and accessed via the spacious Living Room, as are the Milocer gardens and beach. Loggia features a wisteria-covered colonnade providing a shady retreat during the summer and one of the most picturesque dining terraces in the Adriatic region. Large day beds placed beneath the colonnade offer a relaxed vantage point for taking in the breathtaking views of Sveti Stefan Island. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offering simple, elegant menus driven by fresh produce and locally-caught seafood.
The Living Room (Villa Milocer)
The Living Room includes a comfortable lounge with views over Milocer Beach where you can enjoy simple, elegant menus driven by fresh produce and locally-caught seafood as well as afternoon tea and evening cocktails.
The Beach Café
Tucked into a cove near Villa Milocer is the Beach Café which provides informal dining throughout the day. It enjoys an alfresco setting shaded by cypress and olive trees, and offers a simple café menu.

• 3 swimming pools

Set back from Queen’s Beach, surrounded by gardens and overlooking the sea, it offers:
• 4 treatment suites
• Relaxation rooms & terraces
• Hydrotherapy rooms with saunas
• Cold plunge pools & steam showers.
• 24-metre indoor heated pool (extends outdoors 8 metres).
• Fitness Centre with Pilates & Yoga studios
• Chemical-free product range
• Extensive treatment menu including; facials, reflexology, aromatherapy, hot stone and Thai massages, scrubs & body wraps.
• Finishing Salon offering manicures, pedicures & hair styling.

• Dry cleaning
• Meeting rooms

Nearby activities
• Beaches & water sports
• Wine tasting
• Cycling
• Bird watching
• Hiking


Aman Sveti Stefan is a tiny islet attached to Montenegro’s Adriatic coastline by a narrow isthmus. It is south of Budva and between the villages of Pržno and Sveti Stefan. Croatia is to the west, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the northwest, Serbia to the northeast and Albania to the southeast. Tivat Airport is 34 kilometres and a 30-minute drive from the resort, while Podgorica Airport (also known locally as Golubovci Airport) is 54 kilometres and just over an hour’s drive away. Dubrovnik Airport in Cilipi, Croatia is approximately a 2½-hour drive away.

Nearby Attractions
• Budva 9.5km
• Centinje 37km
• Bay of Kotor 42.5km
• Perast 44km
• Skadar Lake 52.5km