Showing posts with label Montenegro. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Montenegro. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Sveti Stefan, A Jewel In Montenegro’s Crown

Sveti Stefan
Sveti Stefan is the jewel in the Budva Rivera’s already adorned crown. It’s got everything from illustrious history, celeb sightings and stunning beauty. It is Aman resort’s first European venture. The seriously luxurious resort is something you have to see to believe. Once a upon time it was a small fishing village. Sveti Stefan is a tourist place visited by almost all celebrities and famous people like Sophia Loren, Claudia schiffer, Sylvester Stallone etc.

Sveti Stefan is surrounded by magnificent sandy beaches and a beautiful park. Beaches aren’t always white sand and more often than not along the Adriatic, beaches are pebble beaches. Frame the distinct blue water. The pink sand beaches are made pink from a mixture of fragment of calcium rich shells and sea creatures. Two of the pink sand beaches are even named King’s Beach and Queen’s Beach because of their spectacular westward facing location, where kings and queens once watched the orange sun dip into the sea as it set. This picturesque place will provide highest level of service for most demanding tourists. This resort has got many prestigious awards like the Golden List 2008, top international Hotel.

The beach to the north of the island is also a part of Aman Resort and cost 80$ per person to hire a lounger. While on the other hand the south beach is free for public. Here you can hire two lounger for 15$ and a sun umbrella.

Sveti Stefan is a great place to spend the day with kids. Close to the beach there’s a very good playground next to olive restaurants. You’ve got everything you need in a small area to have a fun day out with your family.

Montenegro’s tourist region has much to offer in the way of nightlife with bars and clubs guaranteed to quench any midnight thirst. Budva is your best bet, nicknamed the Montenegrin in Miami for its beaches and vibrant nightlife. TV MAESTRAL CASINO you can try your luck at the slot machine and table games of the Maestral Resort and Casino.

Adventures are also great at Sveti Stefan. Aman Sveti Stefan is famous for its sail boat. It is famous for swimmers and also a picturesque spots to enjoy a picnic lunch.

After a few hours on the beach or a workout in the gym, it may be time for a massage. These are available to the guests as well as outside visitors to the spa. Outside guests need to book their time a day in advance to make sure of availability. For any of you budgets spa goers that want a first class experience, you can try a world class spa here for only 45 Euros for the day. This will give you access to the pool, time in the steam room, exercise room, and possible access to the Kings beach. Having a manicure or pedicure, hairstyle or massage can all be added in as possibilities. After spending a day in the spa and on the exclusive beaches, you’ll find the comfy suites of the Aman Resort. Each includes the entire essential for a 5 star stay as well as a fireplace under the T.V to give an extra romantic touch.

In Aman Sveti Stefan one can experience in Montenegro the Mountains, lakes and beaches that create a veritable playground for those wishing to explore the outdoor and cultural attractions abound with picturesque ancient towns, churches and monasteries nearby. Stay for three nights or more with your family and enjoy a choice of activities, personalised guided excursion and daily breakfast.

Celebration is personal whether in honour of a birthday, an anniversary and achievement or a new start. Aman Sveti Stefan offers venue for every occasion and event experts to ensure every detail is unique. The finest of anti pasta offerings which are uniquely Montenegrin showcase local ingredients. These combine with a drink, overlooking the water are perfect for unwinding and enjoying a spot of soul refreshment.

It’s a travel dream fulfilled.

Saturday, December 20, 2014


Montenegro – Amazing Tourist Destination 

Montenegro, a country in the Balkans is on the Adriatic Sea, bordering Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina towards the north, Serbia to its northeast, Kosovo to the east and Albania to the south. Towards the west of Montenegro lies the Adriatic Sea.

Due to Yugoslavia’s tragic civil war in 1990, Montenegro’s tourism suffered to a great extent though in recent times tourism in Montenegro has begun to recover along with stabilized situation in the region and is being explored by tourist from across the world.

Montenegro received a high level of tourism in 2007 which reached a pre-war volume resulting in several roads being renovated which reduced the driving time together with many hotels been renovated or constructed. Podgorica is its largest and the capital city while Cetinje is designated as the Prijestonica which means the former Royal Capital City.

This amazing destination was founded as a state in the 15th century and follows the tradition of the Slavic state of Duklja and was able to maintain its independence at the time of the reign of the Ottoman Empire in the Balkans. Its independence was acknowledged formally at the Congress of Berlin in the year 1878.

Mountainous Landscapes/Historic Monuments …..

It formed the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, after the World War I, while fighting for the Allied powers and later in 1929, became the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Later on it also became part of several incarnation of Yugoslavia till it gained its full independence from the federation of Serbia-Montenegro on the referendum of June 2006.

It was the only subsequent republic of the earlier Yugoslavia which rendered its support to Serbia at the time of the wars of the Former Yugoslavia in the year 1990. Montenegro being small with regards to its area, boasts of amazing mountainous landscapes, historic monuments, dramatic coast lines together with beautiful walled towns. It has gorgeous coast like its known neighbour, Croatia and is a good reason for tourist to visit and explore this beautiful destination.

The Serbian Orthodox Monastery of Ostrog is one of the most appealing sites, which is located against a practically vertical background around 15 km from Niksic. It was founded during the 17th century and is one of the most visited pilgrimage destination on the Balkans. It has a magnificent view from the Bjelopavlici plain which is breath-taking.

Middle Income Country 

Montenegro has been classified as a middle income country by World Bank and is a member of the UN, the World Trade Organisation, the Central European Free Trade Agreement, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, the Council of Europe and a founding member of the Union for the Mediterranean.

Moreover it is also a candidate for European Union as well as NATO. Aluminium and steel production together with agricultural processing make their contribution to its industrial output while tourism is an important contributor to its economy.

Montenegro had approximately one million tourists in the year 2007 providing tourism revenue of around £480. Tourism is the backbone of its future economic growth with the government expenses on infrastructure improvements are focused on this goal.