Nice 'island' but off limits unless you have accommodation on Sveti Stefan, although the beaches either side of the connecting isthmus ... one for the haves & the other for the have nots! apparently. ...
The town itself is beautiful and very well kept. Thw beach is nice with very good view ofnthe isles (not accessible). Lots of small streets to hike and small caffes to explore. The best however is the...
The clearest sea and beautiful pebble beach. You can park just off the beach for 2 euros am hour. Not only is there the beach but a mini market a restaurant and a fabulously well kept and equipped chi...
Pebble beach in parts which can be painful for the feet but lovely scenery and views of the Sveti Stefan island. We rented Stand Up Paddle boards from this beach for a very reasonable price and had a ...
Fabulous to find a beach without rows of bed chairs. Great service by beach staff with complimentary water and fresh fruit but at a price €100 for 2 loungers and an umbrella! Still need some kind of s...
"Lonely Planet" recommends a place to visit, the beautiful pearl Sveti Stefan Island
Sveti Stefan (Sveti Stefan) belongs to the Republic of Montenegro, is a beautiful island on the Adriatic Sea. Connected to the mainland, like a pearl on the sea.
It has been recommended by countless travel magazines and has been on Lonely Planet. Many travel experts will bring a drone to this place.
The sea here is blue and beautiful, the sea is clean and clear, the colors are fascinating, the sun shines on the sea, and it flashes like a diamond in the ocean. The island of Sveti Stefan, which stretches out from two beaches, connects the island with the long bridge of the mainland to add a fascinating mystery to the island, making the island full of fairy tales. The red-topped retro-style houses on the island are like fairy tales on the sea. palace. This beautiful picture is a wonderful fantasy on the blue ocean.
But St. Stefan, the island does not allow non-island guests to go to the island, and the hotel on the island is expensive, so it adds a bit of mystery to the island, but can It is also a very romantic thing to see the beautiful island scenery on the beach on the other side of the island.
Bus stop next to the old town
take the budva-sv.stefan line (the first bus will be sent at 6 in the morning, every 30 minutes before 8:30) Class, then every 20 minutes, budva
Montenegro niche destinations | Sveti Stefan Island
friends who want to travel to Montenegro, must be familiar with Kotor, but today I want to recommend Sveti Stefan more than an hour drive from Kotor island.
Sveti Stefan Island The best location for photography is on the slopes opposite Sveti Stefan Island. Look down from the heights. Of course, if you choose aerial photography like me, you can take off on the beach.
At present, Sveti Stefan is a private hotel island, not open to tourists, and the price of this hotel is not cheap, which means that if you want to go to the island experience, you have to spend at least 5,000 yuan to qualify. As a tourist, you can enjoy the sun on the beach, and the island opposite you is very satisfying!
How to get there: Self-driving is the most convenient. Google directly searches for Hotel Adrovic to get to the intersection of the island
by car, from Kotor to sit in Budva (about 40 minutes 3.5-4 ohms), then sit from Budva to St. Stephen (15-2 around 1.5-2)
The Republic of Montenegro, a small country that is very inconspicuous in Europe, has become a back garden for Europeans because of its beautiful scenery and low prices.
There are many black mountain roads, but there is a saying called infinite scenery in the dangerous peak. On the way we walked along the mountain road, we had a lot of beautiful scenery.
The advantage of self-driving is that you can leave the departure when you want to go to the place. In Montenegro, we chose this way, and in the evening we decided to go to the famous Sveti Stefan island in Montenegro.
St. Stefan is a United Nations World Heritage Site connected to the land through a 100-meter long shoal. This walled island was a haven for the Turks and pirates in the fifteenth century. In the 1950s, the local government said that the entire island was sold to the Anzhen Group. All the residents moved out and became a luxury resort hotel, attracting many famous celebrities.
We travel from Kotor to Budva and overlook the entire island on the highway. Because of its unique location, irregularly shaped white stones and the red roof of the villa are placed on this small island, plus it is now unique to the Anzhen hotel, only the guests staying in the island can make the island more mysterious.
We arrived at the end of the evening, watching the island of St. Stefan gradually turn yellow under the rays of the sunset, as if blending with the sea. When I left, I took the most beautiful volcanic cloud since I traveled. The orange-red clouds illuminate the entire seaside skyline and become unreal scenes in the movie, but I have actually experienced it.