The Most Beautiful Beaches In Europe – Condé Nast Traveller

Tethered to the mainland via a narrow sweep of pink-tinged sand, the tiny terracotta-roofed islet of Sveti Stefan found fame in the 1960s as a playground for the rich and famous. Now entirely taken over by Aman, it’s still the country’s smartest retreat – and the owner of one-half of Montenegro’s pin-up beach. Surrounded by thick pine forest, the left side of the narrow isthmus is reserved exclusively for hotel guests (or those prepared to splash out on a sun lounger), while the right side is open to all. There are plenty of deckchairs to rent, and the inky-blue waters are a lovely spot to wallow in.


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