• Ancient Theatre

    The Ancient theatre of Ohrid was built around 200 BC and is the only Hellenistic-type theatre in the country, as the other three in Scupi, Stobi and Heraklea Lynkestis are from the Roman times. It is located inside the old town of Ohrid. The site is a place were many cultural events are being organized, out of which the most notable is the Ohrid Summer Festival.
  • Galicica National Park

    The National Park Galicica is located in the Ohrid-Prespa region, the most important tourist region in Macedonia. Besides the mountain of Galicica, the park encompasses areas of the shores of both Ohrid & Prespa lakes. Particularly distinctive are the relief characteristics of Galicica National Park: the high mountain peaks which often exceed 2000 m (Mt. Magaro being the highest with 2254m asl), the forest areas are located at altitudes between 1564m and 1984m, and in the higher areas, the large pastures with numerous herds are unque feature of the mountain landscapes of Galicica. The national park also includes a large number of impressive caves-geographical reminder of the Glacial Epoch. The Ohrid & Prespa lakes and the mountain areas in the national park Galicica are especially attractive for their beauty and natural wealth. Especially attractive is the area surrounding the monastery St. Naum, where the springs of the river Crn Drim are located.
  • Church of Holy Mother of God Perivleptos

    The Holy Mother of God church was built in 1295. The fresco painting in this church represents some of the first works of the most prestigious Macedonian icon-painters Michail and Eftihije. On the walls of this church, with extraordinary vitality and power, those two icon-painters have painted scenes from the life of Christ and the mother of God. After the destruction of Clement's church St. Pantelejmon, the relics of St. Clement were transferred and kept in this church, and ever since the citizens of Ohrid named the church St. Clement. When the biggest church of Ohrid, St. Sophia, was converted into a mosque, St. Holy Mother Perivleptos became archbishopal seat.
  • Old Bazaar of Ohrid

    The Old Bazaar of Ohrid is one of the most lively parts of Ohrid, especially on the so called market days, where numerous customers may purchase various handmade items as well as groceries from the area. Especially interesting are the artisan workshops, out of which the wood carvers, the filigree and the traditional paper workshops will definitely leave You with nice impressions of the Bazaar.
  • Lake of Ohrid

    Lake Ohrid is one of biggest, deepest and oldest lakes in all of Europe. It lies in the valley between Ohrid and Struga, in the border region between Macedonia and Albania. Most of the Ohrid lake water bulk comes from numerous surface and underground springs. That is one feature for which some researchers consider the lake unique in the world. The Ohrid lake is listed as UNESCO world natural heritage site for its abundant endemic flora and fauna.
  • Church of Saint Jovan Kaneo

    This church is most known for its scenic location, standing on a cliff over the lake of Ohrid. Significant to the architecture of the church is the exquisite combination of Byzantine and Armenian elements, which creates very favorable space for examining the medieval monuments in Ohrid.
  • Monastery of Saint Naum

    The Monastery of St. Naum is a magnificently massive complex, located 29 kilometers south of Ohrid, on a plateau close to the Albanian border. It is, without any doubt, one of the most attractive Macedonian tourist destinations. With a wonderful surrounding area, the St. Naum Monastery is a popular day trip where you can enjoy both nature and religious heritage. The original monastery was built on this very same plateau, in 905 by Saint Naum of Ohrid himself. Taken down between the 11th and 13th century, the monastery was then rebuilt in the 16th century as the multi domed byzantine structure that you see today.
  • Church of Saint Pantelejmon (Plaoshnik)

    The Plaosnik monastery of Ohrid (Saint Pantelejmon) is believed to have been built when Saint Clement arrived in Ohrid. Historical sources claim that Saint Clement of Ohrid was not satisfied with the size of the church, and therefore built a new one over it and assigned Saint Panteleimon as its patron saint. In the 15th Century, Ottoman Turks converted the Saint Clement’s Plaosnik monastery into a mosque but, during the beginning of the 16th century allowed ruined churches and monasteries to be restored, therefore, so was Saint Clement's - Plaosnik monastery. The monastery was again ruined during the end of the 16th century or the beginning of the 17th century and yet another mosque, called Imaret Mosque, which existed until the restoration of the important Ohrid monastery in 1999.
  • Church of Saint Sofia

    Saint Sofia is one of the most important monuments of Ohrid and Macedonia, primarily for it's architectural and artistic influences from the middle ages. This church was originally the seat of the Ohrid Archbishopric, and for some time was converted to a mosque. The restoration and conservation efforts revealed traces of several time-periods in the interior of the church, namely frescoes from the 11th, 12th and 13th century.
  • Tsar Samuil's Fortress

    Tsar Samoil's Fortress is mentioned in descriptions from chronicles dating from 476. Today's fortress relates to the name of Tsar Samoil, who probably extended and built the fortress when he chose Ohrid for his seat. The Fortress is the most monumental construction of Ohrid from this period. The fortress today has 18 towers and 4 gates. The central part of the fortress has 10-16 meters high wall, and it has strong defensive towers, followed by ramparts in direction of the lake. The entire complex is still being restored.
  • Springs of Crn Drim

    The springs of Crn Drim are located very close to the monastery of St. Naum. They are often referred to as the Springs of Sveti Naum. The water of the springs actually originates from the Prespa lake (which is actually positioned on the other side of Mt. Galicica), and flows as an underground river, finally emerging near the Monastery of St. Naum. These springs form the river of Crn Drim which flows through the Ohrid lake, until it exits the lake near the town of Struga.
  • Kuratica

    Kuratica, pictoresque village in the vicinity of Ohrid, is the perfect spot to feel the laid back lifestyle of the Ohrid countryside by spending a day with the friendly locals.
  • Trpejca

    Trpejca is an old coastal village with spectacular setting near the Monastery of St. Naum. In modern times it has become largely a tourist destination during the summer months with the locals relying less on fishing and more on tourism and hospitality.
  • Radozda

    The fishing village of Radozda is in the vicinity of the town of Struga. This beautiful village bears long history and rich spiritual life represented by number of landmarks, among which the most representative is the medieval cave church of Saint Archangel Michael.
  • Sailing

    Sailing is a sport gaining increasing popularity in the area of Ohrid. We offer You charters (bareboat and with skipper) and different trip options and destinations in the Ohrid lake area.
  • Kayaking

    The Ohrid lake offer amazing kayaking possibilities on both the eastern and western coast, where one can truly connect to the pristine natural surroundings of Europe's oldest and deepest lake.
  • Biking

    The area of Ohrid and the Galicica and Jablanica areas which surround it offer amazing abound with great cycling and mountain biking options for beginners and more advanced riders.
  • Hiking

    We offer hiking day and multi-day trips in the areas of Galicica and Jablanica, mountains with exceptional natural beauty and extremely opulent and endemic flora and fauna. On Mt. Galicica You can conquer the peaks of Mt. Magaro (2254m asl), Mt. Lakoj Signoj (2000m asl), while on Mt. Jablanica You can make an attempt to reach to Mt. Crn Kamen (2257m asl).
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The timeless city of Ohrid is the sublime lakeside point that for many represents the culmination of the Macedonia Experience, a kingdom of light and water, a repository of ancient ruins from Macedonia’s earlier kingdoms. Ohrid’s major attractions are all located within a remarkably concentrated and eminently walkable area, among and above the narrow streets of the Old Town lined with restaurants and cafés perfectly suited for relaxing in the cool summer evenings. As for the lake itself, it is so large and so deep that one might mistake it for a small sea. Full range of water sports, fishing andboating is available, and numerous churches alongside Ohrid’s lake shores make for fascinating side trips and walks. The wooded ridge above the lake’s eastern shore is largely taken up by the National Park of Galicica, an unspoiled wilderness ideally suitable for nature enthusiasts. The uniqueness of Lake Ohrid and the city’s historical architecture has been attested by UNESCO, honoring it with an official designation as one of the few places in the world with unique cultural and natural heritage.