Aman Sveti Stefan, located south of Budva, sits along Montenegro’s magnificent stretch of coastline and overlooks the Adriatic sea.


Aman Sveti Stefan is most easily reached from Tivat Airport (TIV) as well as from Podgorica (TGD) and Dubrovnik (DBV) airports.


The coastal regions of Montenegro enjoy a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, sunny winters. The coldest months are December and January (lows of 7°C at night) while the hottest months are July and August (highs of 30-35°C).

What to pack

Light clothing is appropriate with a sweater or jacket in the evenings. Sports shoes are suitable for light touring, while hiking boots are recommended for treks. Legs, shoulders and upper arms need to be covered when visiting places of worship.

Language & Currency
The official language of Montenegro is Montenegrin, and English is widely spoken. The euro is Montenegro’s unit of currency. Outside the resort many establishments and restaurants accept cash and credit cards.
Don’t Forget
Montenegro is on Central European Time (CET), one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Electricity is 220 volts/50 cycles; convertors as well as plug adaptors are available.
Medical services are available round the clock at Aman Sveti Stefan. There are no particular immunisations required for entry into Montenegro unless the traveller is coming from a yellow fever-infected area. No vaccinations are required.

Please check with your nearest Montenegrin embassy or consulate prior to travel. No visas are required for citizens of most European countries, Canada, Russia and the USA, but passport holders of certain countries may require one.


In 2015, the resort opens on 1 May. The team can advise on visas as well as assist with any other travel arrangements, including transfers and private flights.