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St .Stephan Settlement B.B

Your day starts with meeting with the local guide and picking your preferred 4x4 drive for the adventure of today. Off Road driving through the Kuratica over Mazatar the highest peak of Plakenska Mountain (2000m). We drive through forest roads hacked through the densest beech forests in western Macedonia on the Mountain Mazatar and Plakenska. Along the trail in several wonderful places opportunity to see the two most beautiful lakes Ohrid Lake and Prespa Lake.

Along the trail will allow participants to actively gain practical driving 4x4 jeep the Off Road. The total length of track is 55 km. Upon arrival Plakenska mountain 1800 meters in the locality Brazdi. Guests will have the oportunity to explore the area. In the meantime, while the group makes a short walking, participants would be able to take prepare grilled sausages or similar food. After the lunch back down to Ohrid through the village of Rechica and Village of Kuratica. The tour includes: English guide service, operational assistance, packet lunch/Barbeque, 4x4 off road car.

desde 90,9 €

Gathering at and leaving from hotel upon time agreed, transport with a modern air-conditioned bus / van and a professional tourist guide. Visit the medieval Fortress Kale, the mosque of Mustafa Pasha (built in 1492), the Church Of St. Spas (sarcophagus of the greatest Macedonian revolutionary Goce Delchev) and the Historical-Ethnological Museum. The tour will continue with a walk through the Old Bazaar (XV – XX century) to Daut Pashin Amam (a Turkish bath) and over the Stone Bridge to the modern city square. Visit the house of Mother Teresa and the Old Railway Station.

Drive to picturesque Matka canyon with a visit to the church of St. Andrea, built in the XIV century. Short tea or coffee break. Lunch break at the restaurant located in St.Pantelejmon’s Monastery gardens, Vodno mountain. Guided sightseeing of St. Pantalejmon Church (built in 1164 - Byzantine period).

Organised departure from Skopje in the morning hours. Traveling through Tetovo and Gostivar. Panoramic sightseeing of the mountainous region with basic historical/cultural/geographical/political information about Macedonia, provided by a professional guide during transportation.

Guided visit of the prominent St. Jovan Bigorski monastery complex, dedicated to Saint John the Baptist. It offers exceptionally rich cultural and religious inheritance including one of the world’s most impressive wooden iconostasis hand-carved by the Miac’s masters.

Its location allows for breathtaking views of the beautiful valley of River Radika surrounded by the wild slopes and alpine summits of Bistra Mountain massive.

Proceed to Mavrovo National Park – the oldest national park and largest Ski Centre in the country. The magnificent mountainous landscape, lush forests and the Lake located close to the ski centre makes Mavrovo a popular holiday resort all year around.

After panoramic sightseeing and stops for nature appreciation/photography, lunch will be served in a luxury hotel at the centre of the resort.

St .Stephan Settlement B.B, Ohër 6000

Your day starts on the shores of Lake Ohrid. After grabbing your bicycles you will cycle around Ohrid Lake discovering two countries on a joyful ride. Your first stop will be the bay of bones just few minutes from Peshtani village. A recreation of pile-dwelling settlement dating back to 1200 BC. After a visit of the museum, you will continue cycling towards St. Naum Monastery located near the border of Macedonia - Albania. Established in the 10th century, the frescoes of the small church will amaze you even today.

Next you will be having lunch in a restaurant located in the black drin river springs with an amazing environment of the nature surrounding the restaurant.

Continue cycling towards Albania with a short stop in Pogradec city, opposite of Ohrid town. After a short stop continue cycling around the lake until you arrive in back in Ohrid.

desde 68,2 €

Restaurant Belvedere, St .Stephan Settlement

Your day starts with the meeting with your local guide in the city center. Ohrid, the so called Jerusalem of the Balkans, is a city in the Republic of Macedonia located in the easter shores of Lake Ohrid. It has had a continuous inhabitation since its first settlements in 4th century BC from the Illyrian tribes of Enchelai and Dassaretae, mentioned as the city of Lychnidos. Since the first centuries of Christianity, here the faith set roots so much that once is has been noted that had 365 churches, one of each day of the year. The city and the area were colonized by the Slavs but the city continued its prosper under many Empires. Due to the many cultural in heritance from the centuries and being well preserved, Ohrid and the lake in 1978 were included in UNESCO World Heritage List. Today Ohrid is the jewel of Macedonia and the pearl of Lake Ohrid.

The visit today starts to the old quarter of Ohrid. The traditional houses, build close to each other have created some cobbled narrow streets like a labyrinth. They will lead you to the churches of Ohrid where the most important and the most special one is St. Sophia Church, coming from 9th and 10th century from Bulgarian Empire, housing important medieval art of paintings, icons and frescoes. Other special religious attractions are the churches of St. Jovan Kaneo from 13th century, St. Pantelejmon Plaosnik Monastery from 10th century, etc.

On the way up you will also see the Roman amphitheatre, a one of a kind in Macedonia coming since almost 2000 years ago. Up in the Saint Klement Pantelejmon Church, named after the saint patron of Ohrid, is one of the most beautiful mosaics of the Balkans, a Christian one, on the floor of the church.

desde 18,26 €

Organised departure from Skopje in the early morning hours. Traveling through Tetovo, Gostivar and Kicevo. Panoramic sightseeing of the mountainous region with basic historical/cultural/geographical/political information about Macedonia provided by a professional guide during transportation.

Arrival in Ohrid (the city protected by UNESCO) before noon. Transfer to central Ohrid where you will have the chance to discover and explore one of the most beautiful, romantic and historically rich towns on the Balkans. Some like to call it the “Balkan’s Jerusalem”. It is a city protected by UNESCO, which through the history has many times been the center of Macedonian cultural and spiritual life. At present times it is the most popular tourist centre in the country.

The guided sightseeing tour begins at the old historic part of town, which leads to St. Sofia – large and well preserved cathedral temple with frescoes from the 11th century; St. Clement’s church in Plaoshnik – the first Slavic University and one of the most exhilarating Byzantine-style churches in Macedonia built over and surrounded by archeological excavations from an Early Christian sacral building from the 5th century. Visit the Roman Amphitheatre (3rd century B.C.).

Visit the Museum / House of Robevci and the gallery of icons. We will then tour the 3 km long Samuel’s Fortress imposingly dominating the old part of Ohrid. It was built by Tzar Samoil in the 10th century. Descend to St. Jovan Kaneo (13th century). The church is amongst the favorite symbols of Ohrid as it proudly stands on a steep lakeshore cliff offering magnificent views over the town and lake, whilst its small secluded beach is one of the most famous romantic getaways.

Traditional-cuisine lunch will be served in a lakefront restaurant at the center of Ohrid, which will be followed by some free time at your leisure.

Departure back to Skopje in the late afternoon hours.

Gathering at and leaving from hotel upon time agreed, transport with modern air-conditioned vehicles, accompanied by a professional tourist guide. Drive along Treska recreation center and Treska River Canyon to the monastery and church of Virgin Mary. Short walk through the picturesque narrow stone paths surrounding Lake Matka with impressive views of the dam as well as different geological formations along the canyon (flutes, valleys, cracks, crevices, caves…). Visit the church of St. Andrea, built in the XIV century. Short tea or coffee break. Proceed to the 12th century (Byzantine period) monastery of St. Pantalejmon located on the southern slopes of Vodno Mountain, with panoramic views over the capital city. Apart from viewing the frescoes and iconostasis, the church guide will provide you with the main stories and most important early-renaissance paintings, one of which is the “Lamnation of Jesus”.

Supplied with water by natural springs, the monastery complex is also valued for the rare natural beauty of its setting as well as the traditional-cuisine restaurant nested in the monastery’s gardens, where lunch will be served. Visit the Markov Monastery, located at only 20 km away from the city amidst flowering woods in the ambience of the Markova Sushica Village. The construction of the church, dedicated to the martyr St.Demetrius, began during the reign of King Volkashin (1346/47) but was painted and completed some 30 years later.

Unlike many monasteries affected by the Ottoman rule,Markov has retained its original structure and form. The complex comprises dormitories, richly decorated dining rooms, a bell tower, an old mill, a “wish well” full of cold spring water, and storerooms. Head off to Skopje and visit the church of St. Spas, located next to the old part of the city – the Old Bazaar. The church is characterized by an unusual design as half of it was constructed underground, which resembles the 17th century edict of the Turkish Sultan prohibition of Christian structures from being higher than (or levelled with) the mosques. The church contains impressive wooden iconostases hand-carved in the 19th century. The sarcophagus of Goce Delchev – the greatest Macedonian revolutionary and founder of the Macedonian liberation movement (1903) is located in the courtyard of the church.

St .Stephan Settlement B.B, Ohër 6000

Your tour starts with meeting the local hiking guide in Ohrid and with the transfer to Galicica National Park.

Galichica is a mountain that separates the two biggest Macedonian lakes, Ohrid and Prespa. From Goga, its highest peak, both lakes can be viewed simultaneously–a unique and extraordinary sight, especially at sunset. Containing more than 130 different species of trees and bushes, Galichica is one of Europe’s richest national parks in terms of flora. It is easily accessible too; Ohrid town and the settlements round Prespa are about a fifteen minute drive from the park.

The hike goes up to 2100m with great views of Ohrid and Prespa Lakes on the other side. After picnic lunch you will continue descending to the parking area for your transfer back at Ohrid town.

desde 30,96 €

Organized departure from Skopje (or Ohrid) in the early morning hours. Transport with a modern air-conditioned bus or van. Panoramic sightseeing of the hilly-mountainous region alongside highway E-75 with basic historical/cultural/geographical/political information about Macedonia provided by a professional tourist guide during transportation. Arrival to Stobi - archaeological remnants of an ancient city lying on a fertile valley just a few minutes off the central highway.

Its name was first mentioned and documented in the 4th century B.C. In the mid of the 3-rd century B.C. Stobi was one of the most important ancient towns in the region and thereafter the capital of the Roman Province-Macedonia Solutaris. Sightseeing the archeological site Stobi, the roman building structures, early-Christian buildings (Baptistery, Civil Basilica, Episcopal Basilica, Episcopal Residence), the Casino, Stobi Museum.

Lunch break at a national restaurant. Proceed to Heraklea Lyncestis. Sightseeing walk around Heraclea, the most beautiful and well preserved roman and early-Christian center in Macedonia.

Although the exact age and its founder are still argued, most of the historians agree that it was founded by the ancient ruler Philip II of Macedon in the middle of the 4th century B.C. It was an important strategic center of the ancient Kingdom of Macedon, and continued developing during the Roman and Byzantine period.

You will have the opportunity to witness the abundant archaeological heritage of the site, collected through earlier investigation and presented at the archaeology exhibition in the museum as well as the archaeology exhibition on the very site of Heraclea.

Departure back to Skopje (or Ohrid) in the late afternoon Hours.

St .Stephan Settlement B.B, Ohër 6000

Your tour starts with meeting your local guide in Ohrid, and with the transfer to Tikves Wine region. A large fertile plain of about 2,000 square kilometers makes up the Tikveš district (part of Povardarie region), located in central Macedonia and enclosed by mountain highlands on three sides. It consists of gentle undulating hills at an average of 300 meters above sea-level. Its climate is characterized by long, hot summers and mild and rainy sub-Mediterranean winters with an average of 460 mm of rainfall each year. Spring is shorter; some say fresher here and autumn is a bit longer and warmer.

Its altitude varies between 110 and 650 meters. As a result of a harmonious climatic and geographic convergence, the Tikveš region is a perfect place for the cultivation of wine. The region has produced wine for over 2,500 years. Today, there are predominantly 20 different grape varieties grown in the Tikveš region. The local Smederevka, Vranec and Temjanika comprise 80% of the total grape production.

As wine consumers preferences change globally, the region keep paces with current trends and adjusts its vine varieties accordingly. Today we will visit Stobi Winery. It is one of the newest wineries in the region, but which is also one of the biggest producers of some of the finest wines in Macedonia and Balkans.

After the magnificent visit of the Winery, Wine tasting and lunch in the Restaurant, you will be transferred back in Ohrid.

desde 65,08 €

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