Montenegro's natural beauty and rich culture make it a year-round destination. This winter, Aman Sveti Stefan’s Villa Miločer is offering guests who stay two nights or more the opportunity to enjoy dining in the villa’s three restaurants on an all-inclusive basis, as well as one spa treatment and roundtrip transfers from Tivat and/or Podgorica Airports.
Completed in 1936, Villa Miločer was once the summer residence of Queen Marija Karađorđević and retains the elegance and grace of its regal past. The storied stone mansion is surrounded by more than 800 olive trees and embraced on three sides by ancient cedar and pine forests, right in the centre of Montenegro’s picturesque coastline.
The eight-suite villa is an ideal base from which to explore the historic towns and beautiful architecture of the region. The old town of Budva offers an excellent example of the influences that the ancient Greek, Roman and Venetian settlements left in Montenegro, whilst the charming old royal capital, Cetinje, boasts beautifully preserved palaces, museums and monasteries. In the fortified old town of Ulcinj you will discover traces of the Ottoman Empire reflected in the mosques, oriental shops and archaeological museums. Kotor is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best-preserved historical towns in the Mediterranean, situated in the southern part of the Bay of Kotor, Europe’s southernmost fjord.
Montenegro’s cuisine is famous for its organic ingredients and unique wines. Visit local family cellars where vintage wines can be sampled, or enjoy wine tasting at Villa Miločer's own restaurants. The Dining Room, Loggia and the Living Room offer simple, elegant menus driven by fresh produce and locally-caught seafood.
From 16 October 2012 – 31 March 2013, stay two nights or more and enjoy:
• Three meals a day (not including alcoholic beverages).
• One spa treatment per adult during the stay.
• Roundtrip transfer from Tivat and/or Podgorica Airports.
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