Dive into the history of Montenegro.
In a country famed for its beauty, the most iconic images associated with Montenegro are of the tiny islet named Sveti Stefan, once a fortified village dating back to the 15th century. Today, the island’s cluster of sturdy stone buildings together with Villa Miločer, a graceful stone residence on the mainland across the bay, comprises the idyllic beachside resort of Aman Sveti Stefan. Completed in 1936, Villa Miločer was originally the summer residence of Queen Marija Karađorđević. Presenting eight Suites at Villa Miločer and 50 on the island, the resort also offers a stand-alone Aman Spa and numerous dining venues.
- Aman Sveti Stefan’s spa specialises in creating personalised journeys that rebalance body, mind and spirit
- The Adriatic Rejuvenation involves an oat milk rehydration soak and aromatic massage to relax body and mind
- Joining the property’s two pools, the spa’s three hydrotherapy suites include steam rooms, saunas and plunge pools
- Take a sailboat from Aman Sveti Stefan up the coast to find secluded bays for solitary swims and picturesque spots for a picnic lunch
- Explore the Mediterranean’s largest body of fresh water, Skadar Lake, home to some 280 bird species, with banks lined by fortresses, monasteries and churches
- Visit the Adriatic Fjord of Kotor, home to the UNESCO heritage protected town of the same name
- Wander the streets of the former royal capital of Cetinje dates to the 15th century, a heritage-infused town where tree-lined boulevards are dotted with museums and galleries