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A fortified village dating back to the 15th century, the island of Sveti Stefan is a uniquely atmospheric setting of cobbled lanes, handsome courtyards and serene sea views. Whilst Villa Milocer, once the summer residence of Queen Marija Karadjordjevic, it overlooks the Adriatic Sea from its position on the mainland, and is embraced on three sides by dense forests of cedar, pine and olive trees.
Magic Medieval. This spot is intimate, romantic, culturally enriching.Kyle Seltzer
Hand-restored stone buildings house the 51 rooms each one individually styled to showcase original details and to harmonize with the centuries of history that give the isle its inimitable charm. It truly feels like a luxurious restoration of the traditional 15th-century structure. While the property is seasonal, Villa Milocer’s eight suites remain open year-round as well as does the spa.Kyle Seltzer
Joining the property’s two pools (there’s one adults-only pool), the spa’s three hydrotherapy suites include steam rooms, saunas and plunge pools in addition to the indoor pool at the spa. Beyond that, there’s a temple committed to wellbeing on the mainland’s 32-hectare estate. Inside the gym, there’s also studios for pilates and yoga.
Located in a separate building located near Queen’s Beach, the spa boasts four treatment rooms, as well as a variety of excellent treatments, hydrotherapies, plunge pools, and steam showers. Treatments also available in-room. The spa draws from Montenegro’s more than 650 recognized medical species of herbs and a centuries-old tradition of wild harvesting. Treatments in the nearly 1,600-square-metre spa follow a holistic, personalized approach, incorporating movement, relaxation, therapies and nutrition.Kyle Seltzer
There are three perfectly situated, and articulately designed menus, showcasing American, European, and Montenegrin fare complete with impeccable presentation, and service to match. Arva (Italian inspired Aman concept), Piazza (center of the island), Loggia (in front of Villa Milocer) and Queen’s Grill at the Queen’s Beach are all at guests’ fingertips.Kyle Seltzer
Numerous bars scattered throughout property with varying views and wonderfully attentive service. Be sure to try Aman Sveti Stefan wine: Vranac (‘black stallion’), one of the oldest and least-known grape varieties in the world – a distant ancestor of zinfandel and primitivo. Winemaker Goran Radevic is one of the Montenegrin winemakers devoted to preserving this remarkable fruit. Plus we love the Cliff Bar during sunset.Kyle Seltzer
Located in the centre of Montenegro’s Adriatic coastline, Aman Sveti Stefan’s Villa Milocer is the ideal base for travelers wishing to explore the natural and historic wonders of this fascinating country, or to simply enjoy the pleasures of sun, sea and sand on the three beaches on property. Multi-generational travel, solo travelers or families; everybody is welcome and will enjoy in their own way.
Set next to Queen's Beach on an island linked by a causeway, this seasonal (though the island is open year-round), high-end, village-style resort with a separate mainland villa is 2 km from Praskvica Monastery and 11 km from Budva Old Town.
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