Scenic


Bay of the Bones (Plocha Mikov Grad)

Plocha Mikov Grad, Bay of the Bones & the Museum on Water The Museum on Water, a reconstruction of a prehistoric pile dwelling settlement on the site of Plocha Mikov Grad (Плоча Миков Град), is located in the Bay of the Bones on Lake Ohrid adjacent to the Gradishte Campgrounds  about […]


Peshna Cave (Peštera Pešna)

Peshna Cave – Пештера Пешна  – Peštera Pešna (Peshna’s Cave) This cultural monument, cave of Peshna, is located about 7 kilometers North-Northeast of the town of Makedonski Brod in the Poreče region of central western Macedonia. Makedonski Brod is 40 kilometers, about a 43 minute drive northwest of the city […]


Golem Grad (Snake Island)

Island of Golem Grad (Остров Голем Град, Big Town) Golem Grad, the only natural island in the Republic of Macedonia, is located on Lake Prespa in southwestern Macedonia a few kilometers from both borders with Greece and Albania. Part of the Galičica National Park, Golem Grad has a surface area […]

Island of Golem Grad

Vevchani Springs

Vevchani Springs, Вевчански Извори (Vevčanski Izvori) The pure waters of the Vevchani Springs and its idyllic nature can be found just on the western edge of the small town of Vevchani. Vevchani (Вевчани) is located on the eastern foothills of Mount Jablanica in southwestern Macedonia about 13 kilometers (17 minute […]


Buševa (Busheva)

Buševa (Busheva) Mountains – Бушева Планина The Buševa (Busheva) Mountains are located in western Macedonia at Kruševo (Krushevo).  Kruševo is on the slopes of Busheva’s highest peak, Musica (Мусица) at 1788 meters (5,866 feet) giving Krushevo the honor of being the ‘highest’ town in Macedonia. This area was the site […]


Maleševo (Maleshevo)

The Maleševo (Maleshevo) Малешево Mountains The Maleshevo mountains are part of the Osogovo–Belasica mountain range located on the Macedonia-Bulgaria border and on its western slopes you will find the town of Berovo. Maleševo is also a geographical territory referring to the region in Macedonia covering the municipalities of Berovo and […]


Kozjak

Mount Kozjak This mountain is located on the Macedonian border with Serbia.  The highest peak is Virovi (Вирови) at 1,284 meters (4213 feet).  There are other geographical references to Kozjak in Macedonia: Another mountain located in the Prilep area Two villages, one in the Resen and one in the Karbinci […]


Vardar River

Vardar River – Вардар Река The Vardar is the main river in Macedonia. The river begins near Gostivar in northeast Macedonia and heads south through the capitol city of Skopje, through Veles and Demir Kapija until it enters Greece near Gevgelija1 and continues until the Aegean Sea. This is also the […]


Treska River (Golema Reka)

Treska River – Треска Река – Treska Reka This river is a tributary of the Vardar River.  It begins it 132 kilometer journey at Mount Stogovo  near the village of Drugovo (where it is called Big River, Голема Река), and flows through the Kičevo Valley (where it is called the […]


Smolare Waterfall

Smolare Waterfall – Смоларски Водопад – Smolarski Vodopad The Smolare Waterfall, named after the nearby village of the same name, is a short drive from Strumica. Heading east from Strumica one can first visit Kolešino Water Falls and the proceed a little further to enjoy the Smolarksi Waterfall. The water fall is located […]