Sveti Stefan

  • Sveti Stefan
  • Sveti Stefan
  • Shopping centre Sveti Stefan
  • Park in Sveti Stefan
  • Park in Sveti Stefan
  • Sveti Stefan
  • Sveti Stefan
  • Sveti Stefan
  • Sveti Stefan
  • Church of Transfiguration Jesus
  • Church of Transfiguration Jesus
  • Church of Saint Stephen
  • Church of Saint Stephen
  • Church of Saint Stephen
  • Church of the relics of St. Stephen the Archdeacon
  • Church of the relics of St. Stephen the Archdeacon
  • Road to Milocer
  • Road to Milocer
  • Milocer
  • Beach on Milocer
  • Olive grove in the Milocer park
  • Milocer
  • Milocer
  • Milocer
  • Milocer
  • Milocer
  • Milocer
  • Milocer
  • Monastery  Praskvica
  • Monastery  Praskvica
  • Monastery  Praskvica
  • Museum of the Monastery Praskvica
  • Museum of the Monastery Praskvica
  • Museum of the Monastery Praskvica
  • Museum of the Monastery Praskvica
  • Museum of the Monastery Praskvica
  • Church
  • beach Galije
  • beach Galije
  • Monastery Duljevo
  • Monastery Rustovo
  • Monastery Rustovo
  • Monastery Rustovo
  • Goli vrh

Sveti Stefan is a jewel of Budva Riviera and Montenegro in general. Originally rocky island is artificially connected with the mainland coating. It was built in the 15th century, when Paštrovici, of loot built the fort, 12 houses (one for each tribe) and the Church of Sv.Stefan (St. Stephen). In 1957, the island becomes a luxury resort, the town - hotel, which visited numerous celebrities of our time. Close to the Queen's beach and Milocer, the resort of Royal family Karadjordjevic. Praskvica Monastery is located on the coast near St. Stephen. According to tradition it was built in 11th century and in it Pastrovac law was created modeled on those of Emperor Dusan and Emperor Constantine. The present appearance of the monastery makes: the main temple dedicated to Sv. Nikola (St. Nicholas) from 15th – 16th century, Church on the hill dedicated to the Holy Trinity from the 17th century and lodgings. On the coast, in addition to luxury hotels and villas are also olive groves and lush greenery throughout which the road leads from Pržno up to St. Stephen. PRZNO Once a fishing village now is a tourist area of Budva Riviera. 260m of beautiful beach, villas, hotels and olive trees make this bay a very quiet place for relaxation. Because olive trees in the background Pržno and its surroundings are a protected nature reserve.