Scattered with quaint villages, idyllic lakes and rolling hills, the landlocked Balkan nation of Macedonia is a beautiful holiday destination. Boasting a rich history dating back 6,000 years and a plethora of interesting historical sites to explore, you can quickly fill your holiday itinerary here!
Scattered with quaint villages, idyllic lakes and rolling hills, the landlocked Balkan nation of Macedonia is a beautiful holiday destination. Boasting a rich history dating back 6,000 years and a plethora of interesting historical sites to explore, you can quickly fill your holiday itinerary here!Read more
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Macedonia is bordered by Greece, Serbia, Albania, Kosovo and Bulgaria. The country’s climate offers hot summers and very cold winters, with the hottest month of July averaging 22*C. This is an ideal destination for sport-lovers, with skiing, kayaking, rock climbing, paragliding and scuba diving popular activities!
Why not hike Mount Vodno on your Macedonia holiday, located in the northern part of the country? Whether you desire a snow-capped, winter sports-focussed break or sun-kissed summer retreat, Macedonia, with its endless eye-catching landscapes, won’t disappoint.
Magnificent Macedonia is largely made up of mountains, lakes and forests – an array of beautiful natural areas to enjoy on your trip. The Matka Canyon is a popular attraction, covering around 5,000 hectares west of central Skopje. The canyon is truly an explorer’s paradise, boasting enticing caves, peaceful boat rides across the lake and breath-taking scenery.
While the country doesn’t have an ocean coastline, it does boast its UNESCO World Heritage Site Lake Ohrid, widely considered to be one of the oldest lakes in the world! The lake offers mesmerizing green waters, straddling the mountainous border between southwestern Macedonia and eastern Albania. The region is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site! Browse the Travelopo catalogue of Macedonia holiday rentals and start your adventure today…
Nature-lovers should certainly head to Pelister National Park in the municipality of Bitola. The park, covering an area of over 17,000 hectares, is home to a diversity of rare animals and plant species. As one of the first protected national parks in the Balkans, Pelister is known for its two mountain lakes, breathtaking landscapes and colourful flora and fauna.
Bitola city, in the south-western part of Macedonia, is a great area to explore itself! The city, encircled by the Baba, Nidže and Kajmakčalan mountain ranges, is the second largest in the country and one of the oldest in Macedonia. Visit the Museum of Bitola; explore the ancient town ‘Heraclea Lyncestis’; see the landmark Clock Tower and sample some local specialties with spectacular mountain backdrops…
The striking country of Macedonia also boasts more monasteries, convents and churches than any other place in the Balkans. A great example of this is its southern city of Ohrid on the hilly shores of Lake Ohrid, which boasts a fantastic medieval townscape and its hilltop Samuel’s Fortress. Overlooking the town and the lake, it’s the perfect place to take in the whole city with beautiful, panoramic views. The Church of St. John at Kaneo is also a brilliant historical attraction, as an Orthodox church located on the cliff over Kaneo Beach, overlooking pretty Ohrid city. Glorious Ohrid is well known for its rich religious and cultural heritage.
The quirky capital of Macedonia, Skopje, is a great city to visit in the centre of the Balkan Peninsula, known for its sprawling Old Bazaar quarter, pretty Byzantine domes and excellent museums. The capital is also home to the Skopje Fortress Kale, a historical fort and archaeological excavation site commonly referred to as Kale, believed to date back to the 6th century.
Visit the brilliant National Gallery of Macedonia, housed in a 15th-century Turkish bath complex; discover the landmark Stone Bridge over the Vardar River; get lost in the bustling neighbourhood of Caršija and venture to Millennium Cross; a 66-metre tall cross on the of the Vodno Mountain. You can find the perfect base for your Macedonia escape in and around Skopje city across the Travelopo portfolio!
Wine-connoisseurs are sure to enjoy exploring Macedonia’s three wine regions too; Povardarie, Pelagonia-Polog and Pchinya-Osogovo. Wine production dates as far back as the 13th century here and today, you can find 80 wineries!
From its charming, picturesque villages to its colourful, summer festivals, a holiday to magical Macedonia is not to be missed. Whether you desire a jam-packed, fun-filled active break or blissful escape immersed in relaxation and natural beauty, our Macedonia holiday rentals have got you covered. View our every-growing catalogue of Macedonia holiday homes and apartments today!
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