Welcome to Sveti Stefan

Sveti Stefan is also the name of the township that’s sprung up onshore. From its steep slopes, you can admire the iconic island to your heart’s content. On the downside, parking is difficult, there are lots of steps and there's little in the way of shops. Families staying at or day tripping to Sveti Stefan will be delighted to discover an excellent (and free!) playground near Olive restaurant.

Top experiences in Sveti Stefan

Travel guides

Starting at $32.49

Image for

Sveti Stefan activities

$2380.80 Multi-day & Extended Tours

14-Day Tour through Albania, Macedonia, Kosovo and Montenegro

Day 1: Transfer to Tirana and visit the National Museum of History. Afterwards take a driven tour of the major sites of Tirana, including the colourful buildings.Day 2:The archaeological site of Apollonia. After the visits continue on to Vlora where we stay overnight.Day 3: Depart to Saranda through the spectacular Albanian Riviera.Llogara National Park. Continue to the ancient city of Butrint, another UNESCO World Heritage site, considered the best archaeological site in Albania and one of the most important in the Balkans.Day 4: Depart for Gjirokastra, a UNESCO site. Afterwards, in Gjirokastra we visit the fortress part, Arms Museum and Ethnographic Museum.Day 5: Depart for Berat, one of the most visited and characteristic towns in Albania under the protection of UNESCO for its architectural uniqueness.Day 6: Depart for to the city of Ohrid. We stop at Elbasan for a visit at the castle. Afterwards proceed to Struga famous for its wall of water where the Black Drin River flows out of Lake Ohrid on its way to the Adriatic.Day 7We visit St. Sofia Church, a classic Orthodox Byzantine church, dominating the Old Town, demonstrates the link between Byzantine and Italian Renaissance art. Other visits include: Saint Painteleimon Church, The Holy Virgin of Peribleptos Church, Icon Gallery, and old Bazaar.Day 8: Drive to Stobi, archaeological site in Macedonia. Afterwards depart for Skopje. Visit the old Turkish bazaar, Mahmut Pasha Hammam, the memorial house of Mother Teresa, stone bridge and the Macedonia Plaza.Day 9: Visiting wonderful Gadima Cave. Next visit the 1389 Kosovo Battlefield and Sultan Murat’s grave. Visit Gracanica. Visit Ulpiana.Day 10: Visit Prizren, a true open air museum, one of the most beautiful towns of Kosovo. Rahoveci renowned wines; afterwards head towards Peja.Day 11: Drive to North West Kosovo and Montenegro takes us to Kolašin which is Montenegro's most famous ski resort, and its capital Podgorica. Day 12: Visit The Old City of Kotor. Cetinje is a town of immense historical heritage, founded in the 15th century. Day 13: On the way stop for a photo at Sveti Stefan. Afterwards proceed to Shkodra centre of Roman Catholicism in Albania. Overnight in Tirana.Day 14: Tirana-Airport

$69.41 Shore Excursions

Budva Shuttle : Small Group Tour from Kotor Port to Budva and Sveti Stefan

After you met with your driver, your excursion will start with a short drive. First visit of today will be to the Sveti Stefan, once a 15th century fortified town on an island, that was acquired by the Yugoslav government and turned into a hotel during the Tito regime. Today it is a exclusive luxury resort. After the photo stop above this island you will visit the oldest settlement on our coast, 2,500 year old Budva. You can walk through the narrow streets and small squares of a fortified medieval town, mostly influenced by the ancient republic of Venice. The layers of the numerous civilizations that have occupied this area show an interesting view into the history of Budva: Romans, Byzantines, Slaves etc. The most important buildings and constructions in the Old Town are the churches of St. John, Holy Trinity, Holy Mary in Punta, St. Sava, the citadel fortress, and the town walls. After visited the Budva, you will drive back to Kotor and your excursion will be finished at the Kotor port.

$83.30 Private & Custom Tours

Private tour from Dubrovnik to Montenegro with ANAVI

Departure from Dubrovnik is at 08:00. Our driver will drive you along the Konavle valley to the border, and then to Perast along the bay of Boka Kotorska. If you want to take some coffee, or photos, or something to eat, the driver will stop at your request. Expected arrival at Perast is around 10:00. In Perast you will be able to take some walk or to go to the island Our Lady of the Rock. After Perast we are going to visit old Kotor, town surrounded by city walls that are the third longest in the World. We'll stay in Kotor for about 2 hours, and after Kotor we we will go to Sveti Stefan where our driver will take you to the viewpoint from where you can take beautiful photos of Sveti Stefan. Budva is our last destination on this tour. In Budva, you'll be able visit the Old town and walk along the promenade. Departure from Budva is around 17:00 and the expected arrival in Dubrovnik around 20:00.

$416.48 Day Trips & Excursions

Montenegro Coast Experience from Dubrovnik (private)

Discover Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its ancient monuments and well-preserved medieval architecture. Follow your guide through the city's historical center and spend time exploring at your leisure. After visiting Kotor Old Town, enjoy a scenic tour of Sveti Stefan. Learn about the islet's history before making your way to Budva, one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic Coast. The town is known for its sandy beaches and diverse nightlife. After a tour of the Old Town, take a short ferry ride back to Dubrovnik. 8am - 11am Drive to Kotor with a panoramic stop 11:30am - 1:00pm Free time in Kotor 1pm - 1:20pm Drive from Kotor to Budva 1:20pm - 3:30pm Free time in Budva 3pm - 6pm Drive from Budva to Dubrovnik 6pm Arrival in Dubrovnik