‘The most beautiful encounter between land and sea’ was how Lord Byron described the Montenegrin shoreline. Surrounded on all sides by fragrant cedars, pines and olive trees, guests can stay at Villa Milocer, once the private summer residence of an Eastern European queen. It gazes out across the Adriatic to the 15th century fishing village of Sveti Stefan, adored by Hollywood legends for its ancient charm.
Here on Montenegro’s coast, Aman Sveti Stefan is preparing for the arrival of three of the 20th century’s most influential artists. From 19 July until 30 August, the resort presents 'Les Ateliers: Picasso, Chagall, Miró’, a first-of-its-kind exhibition featuring more than 60 original lithographs by the modern masters.
500 years ago, the island of Sveti Stefan belonged to the Paštrovići tribe, under the protection of Venice. Fortified against attack from the Turks, it became notorious as a haven for the pirates of the Adriatic. The fortifications and ancient buildings remain, but today there is no trace of this turbulent history in its serene stone streets.
Unlock the ancient world and uncover the marvels of modern Europe with an Aman Private Jet expedition in September 2018. Offering insider introductions to awe-inducing landscapes and cultural sites around the Mediterranean in Montenegro, Greece and Italy, the itinerary calls at Aman Sveti Stefan, Amanzoe and Aman Venice. From the cobblestones of historic Kotor to the sopranos of Teatro La Fenice, this unforgettable journey packs a lifetime of eye-opening experiences into a single adventure.