The Monastery of Holy Archangel Mikhail used to be on Miholjska prevlaka (now known as the Island of Flowers) just outside Tivat.

The first Christian temples started to appear on the island in the IV-VI cc. Later, in the early XIII c., Archbishop Sava I of Serbia founded the Monastery of Holy Archangel Mikhail and instituted a residence for metropolitans of the principality of Zeta (a middle-age Slavonic principality which used to room on the territory of contemporary Montenegro). The throne of Zeta eparchy was here until the middle of the XV c. It was presumably in 1441 when, as a result of a series of intrigues among Venetian nobles, the monks who lived on the monastery were poisoned at the dining table and the monastery destroyed. With years, the island slid into decline.

During the first half of the XIX c. an attempt was made to restore the monastery and the island in general. In 1827, countess Ekaterina Vlastelinović bought out part of Miholjska prevlaka and embarked on its recovery. Together with her servants, she cleared the debris and wild plants, planted flowers and an orchard, and laid footpaths. In 1833, in memory of the killed monks, the Holy Trinity Church was built on the spot where the monastery used to be. Today, the church is the keeper of the remains of the martyr monks.

However the countess ran out of money and time before the reconstruction was completed. The counted was killed under questionable circumstances in 1847, and reconstruction works were put on hold for more than a hundred years. The countess is buries near the church, and her tomb attracts orthodox pilgrims.

The restoration of the monastery was resumed in the late XX c. only. Today, the pastry and the monks have completed the wing with monk cells and built a small hotel for pilgrims. There are services in the Holy Trinity Church. The restoration works continue.