Milocer Sea View Suite │ Aman Sveti Stefan │ Budva
Overlooking the Adriatic Sea from its position on the mainland, Villa Miločer is just a stone’s throw from the island of Sveti Stefan, but is engulfed by a lush cedar forest, with direct access to the beach and the Aman Spa nearby. With views over tranquil turquoise waters from a Juliet balcony, the villa’s Sea View Miločer Suites offer a serene retreat for couples seeking privacy, elegance and character. At 70 square metres (753 square feet), the space comprises a king-sized bedroom, en suite with freestanding bath and a separate living area and fireplace, adding 19th Century charm.
- Views of Milocer Beach
- Juliet balcony
- King-size bed
- Living room with fireplace, writing desk, armchairs, deep wool rugs
- Bathroom with free-standing bathtub, twin vanities, dressing areas, separate shower/toilet
- Parquet or antico floors
- WiFi, TV, sound system, safe
- Personal bar
Aman Sveti Stefan
A country famed for its beauty, Montenegro’s most iconic destination is the tiny islet of Sveti Stefan overlooked by Villa Miločer, a graceful stone residence set on a pink sand beach. The former summer residence of Queen Marija Karađorđević, Villa Miločer offers several elegant suites, while the island provides accommodation in 15th-century stone cottages. Together they comprise the unequalled Aman Sveti Stefan.
A trio of beaches
Aman Sveti Stefan offers no less than three pink sandy beaches including the Adriatic jewel known as Queen’s Beach, with its emerald lagoon and forest-ensured privacy. King’s Beach and Sveti Stefan Beach await just a stroll away.
Helicopter & Architecture Tours
Experience Montenegro from the air with a private helicopter tour for up to five people. Fly over the Bay of Kotor and the old towns of Perast, Budva and Ulcinj, or take a flip above Lovcen National Park and Cetinje, up towards the awe-inspiring glacial lakes and limestone peaks of Durmitor National Park in the north.
The wine of Aman Sveti Stefan
Montenegro’s rare Vranac vines produce a dry red wine unique to the Balkans. A distant ancestor of zinfandel and primitivo, the grape’s name means ‘black stallion’ – a nod to its powerful flavour. In collaboration with local winemaker, Goran Radevic, of Radevic Estate, Aman is proud to help preserve this exceptional variety in its signature wine, Aman Sveti Stefan Vranac.