As well as Queen’s Beach, the two kilometres of coastline dedicated to Aman Sveti Stefan also incorporates the pink sandy beaches of Sveti Stefan and Miločer Beach.
There are a number of vineyards within a two-hour’s drive of Aman Sveti Stefan. These include the family-run wineries of Milovic in Ulcinj and Masanovic in Crmnica. Both of these wineries grow the Montenegrin grape varietal known as Vranac and offer private wine tastings of regional wines.
Located in the centre of Montenegro’s Adriatic coastline, Aman Sveti Stefan lies south of Budva and between the villages of Pržno and Sveti Stefan. Guests can cycle to the nearby villages whenever they wish, while guided cycling expeditions farther afield can easily be arranged.
Skadar Lake is home to 280 bird species including the endangered Dalmatian Pelican and Black Ibis.
Situated on the Adriatic coastline, Aman Sveti Stefan enjoys a prime position for offering guests a plethora of water-based activities. These include sailing, fishing and diving as well as waterskiing.