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How to Get from Sveti Stefan to Other Destinations
Sveti Stefan is a famous Montenegrin island connected to a village on the mainland by a narrow road. This luxurious island-hotel is one of the main sights of the country. There are two beaches here - one for tourists from the island, and the other is a public one. Sveti Stefan public beach is visited by thousands of people annually. In order to get to and from this picturesque place, they have three travel options to choose from: buses, private transfers, and taxis.
Taxi from Sveti Stefan
If you need a taxi in Sveti Stefan, you can take one at a local rank (for instance, one of the stands can be found at the bottom of the hill near the beach). Or you may reserve a car using one of the online cab services. On average, a taxi ride from Sveti Stefan to Tivat Airport (30 km) costs €30-35, and to Budva - not more than €10. Always make sure a taximeter is turned on and reset after the previous passenger!
Transfer from Sveti Stefan
A private transfer will be a perfect option in case you don’t like searching for taxis and waiting for public transportation. You choose the pick-up time yourself and this helps you save lots of time. Transfer rates are the same throughout the day: tariffs don’t change at night as in case of taxis. An Economy-class journey from Sveti Stefan to Budva costs €15, to Tivat Airport - €25, and to Kotor - €30. Transfers to other Montenegrin destinations as well as to some Croatian ones (for instance, Dubrovnik) are also available. A booking can be easily made on the Kiwitaxi website and paid via credit card. Vehicles used for transfers are regularly tested.
Public Transport from Sveti Stefan
One can easily get from Sveti Stefan to Budva by small shuttle. Its fare is just €1.5-2 per person. The journey time is around 30 minutes.
Also, one can take a bus to Tivat Airport. A ticket will cost €4. However, this service doesn’t run round the clock. Besides, it is not that frequent, so you may spend plenty of time waiting for the bus to arrive. Thus, if you need to reach your destination fast or take a trip at late night hours, it would be better to pre-order a private transfer or a taxi.
Sveti Stefan: useful information
The island of Sveti Stefan is closed for non-resort guests. However, one can get there not only by reserving a hotel room there but also by purchasing an excursion or making a restaurant reservation. As for local sights, one can find some beautiful parks and gardens on the mainland. Also, there are several churches and monasteries here.