Sveti Stefan Holidays
Sveti Stefan is an island resort attached to mainland Montenegro by a small causeway. It lies at the foot of the Lovcen Mountains, on the Budva Riviera.
In the 1960s Sveti Stefan was transformed from a small fishing village into a self-contained hotel island. Great care was taken not to change the aesthetics of the resort and the island's stone buildings with red-tiled roofs still retain their original look and charm.
Why Visit Sveti Stefan?
Your Sveti Stefan holiday is set in a truly unique resort, sitting on a cliff looking out towards the sea. After its conversion to a hotel island in the 60s it was a hugely popular choice for celebrities and royalty. Now even us mere mortals can pay a visit!
A holiday to Sveti Stefan offers a traditional Montenegrin island exterior with an almost secret modern interior and fantastic facilities. The medieval fishing village is surrounded by walls that hint at its 15th century history and filled with winding streets and narrow alleys that lead to picturesque squares and out onto fantastic coastal areas.
Sightseeing in Sveti Stefan
Sveti Stefan is perfectly placed for exploring nearby sights. A popular choice is the medieval walled city of Kotor which is located in the bay of Boka Kotorska and bordered by mountains and also the mountain town of Cetinje.
Those feeling adventurous can climb Mount Bjelasica or tour the forests and lakes that surround it. White water rafting down the Moraca River in the Moraca Canyon is also a top pick.
If you fancy going further a field boat trips are available to the neighbouring areas of Albania and Croatia.
Eating out in Sveti Stefan
Sveti Stefan holidays have enough restaurants to keep most people happy. The food is excellent with seafood, grills and Italian cuisine being the most common.
If you're looking for more variety head to nearby Budva, by water taxi if you can, where you'll find numerous cafes, restaurants and bars.
- Nearest Airport
- Tivat (approx 60 minutes drive away) Dubrovnik (Croatia), (approx 1 hour & 45 minutes drive away)
- â– Montenegrin is the official language. Albanian is the official language of the muncipality of Ulcinj. Serbian, Albanian, Bosnian and Croatian also also spoken.