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At your request, we will make a pre-booking of the properties on the your dates and send you our bank account and the total cost of the lease. Within 5 days you will be able to pay 30 % of the amount as a prepayment. If you do not have time in this period, you can contact us and ask to extend the pre-booking, but not more than 5 days.


After your prepayment, we will make a full reservation on your specified date and send you a confirmation prompt.

The rest amount for rent you pay when you arrive and get the key.

Additionally, we ask for a security deposit for the damage of property, which is returned to you before leaving.


Welcome to Montevilla!



Dear Friends!
Welcome to relax on the coast of Montenegro. The region of the village Kuljace – a wonderful place on the hill above Budva Riviera and the famous Sveti Stefan. Since ancient times, locals have chosen this area for a happy life. And you will be able to join the silence and peace, beauty and health of this space. We offer some great properties for you. There are Mileva house with a spacious yard, a wooden marquee, stone roaster and tavern, the Montevilla – traditional stone house with sun terrace and a couple luxury villas Sunbreeze with swimming pools, jacuzzi and private gardens.
We invite you to spend a perfect holidays and enjoy the sun, the sea and the mountain flavours together.
You can easily contact us HERE. Or e-mail or call +382 68 39 15 82.

Thank you!


Pastrovici map

Pastrovici map

The people and land of Paštrovići is mentioned for the first time in 1355, when Serbian emperor Dušan Silni sent his nobleman Nikolica Paštrović in diplomatic mission in Dubrovnik. The members were originally Christian Orthodox, but as a result of Catholisation, a Catholic minority exists.

Since that time, Paštrovići were regularly mentioned in documents of archives in Kotor, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Venice. During the First Scutari War they were under control of the related Đurašević family whose members held the most prestigious positions on the court ofBalša III.

In 1423, the elected representatives of Paštrović community signed the treaty with Republic of Venice and became a part of Venetian state. In that treaty, Paštrovići were guaranteed the autonomy, and free trade within the borders of Venetian state, without paying the customs or any other taxes. In return, Paštrovići agreed to join the Venetian army, for fighting in the nearby counties of Skadar and Kotor.

Paštrovići were the part of Republic of Venice until the fall of Venice in 1797.

Clans descendants of Paštrovići tribe:

Novaković, Paštar, Bečići, Čučuci, Gracuni, Klapavice, Kalađurđevići, Dabkovići, Kuljače, Kentere, Kažanegre, Balići, Mitrovići, Grlomani, Anđusi, Despotovići, Đuraševići, Sankovići, Jovanovići, Rađenovići, Luketići, Vojnići, Rafailovići, Markićevići, Divanovići, Goliši, Ljubiše, Niklanovići, Krute, Radovići, Vukovići, Sklenderi, Pavlovići, Kaloštrovići, Đedovići, Đakonovići, Zenovići, Perazići, Bosnići, Franovići, Franićevići, Srzentići, Davidovići, Mikovići, Medigovići, Gregovići, Androvići, Radanovići, Šoljage, Vukotići, Suđići, Andrići, Midžori, Todorice, Armenci, Medini, Milutinovići, Draškovići, Živkovići, Perovići, Mainići, Vukmirovići.

Old House

Old House


Stefan Štiljanović


Stefan Štiljanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Стефан Штиљановић; fl. 1498 – 1543) was the last prominent Serbian nobleman of the period of Ottoman subjugation of Serbia, and according to folklore, he was the last Despot of Serbia. He ruled a large territory under the Hungarian crown, due to his famed operations against the Ottoman Empire in the frontiers. Štiljanović is venerated as a Saint in the Serbian Orthodox Church.


Štiljanović was born in Paštrovići (modern Montenegro). Paštrovići was mentioned in 1377 as one of the Serbian opština, and in 1423 they became subjects of the Republic of Venice after signing a treaty amid the Ottoman expansion. He was elected the knez of Paštrovići in theRezevici monastery, and would be the last and most celebrated one. Štiljanović was a philanthropist and had seven mills in his possession. He left his possessions to his people for Syrmia (modern Serbia) after a feud with the Republic of Venice, in 1498. The same year he had the town of Morović built, where he would have his residence. In 1507 he gained the town of Siklós in Baranya by Louis II of Hungary.

During the succession war between Ferdinand I and John Zápolya, he took the side of Ferdinand. After the crowning of Ferdinand on November 3, 1527, he became administrator ofNovigrad[disambiguation needed] and Orahovica. He also gained the villages of Miholjac andGlogovnica, estates in the Virovitica county and the town of Valpovo, in which he had his residence. He administered significant towns which had earlier been under the rule of Jovan Nenad. He had his own flotilla.

Štiljanović was commander of the Slavonian frontiersmen who fought against the Ottoman Empire. In 1543, he was defeated and captured by the Ottomans, but Murat-beg spared his life because of his famous heroism and let him free. He left Slavonia, and his last years were spent in Siklós, where he died around 1483. He was buried on the Đuntir hill.

Ottoman vezir Skender paša Mihajlović was his nephew (through his mother).


His mortal remains were later moved to the Šišatovac monastery, then during World War II to the St. Michael’s Cathedral in Belgrade. Štiljanović was proclaimed Saint by the Serbian Orthodox Church as Saint Despot Stefan Štiljanović, his feast day is on October 17. He is mentioned in a 1545 document of Šišatovac as a Saint.