Explore Macedonia, The Villages and more!

Explore related topics

SMOLARE WATERFALL  Smolare waterfall is the biggest permanent waterfall in R. of Macedonia, with a waterfall of above 38 meters. On the northern slopes of one of the oldest mountains in the Balkans roars Smolare Waterfall. It is located on the River Lomnica, above the village of Smolari.

SMOLARE WATERFALL Smolare waterfall is the biggest permanent waterfall in R. of Macedonia, with a waterfall of above 38 meters. On the northern slopes of one of the oldest mountains in the Balkans roars Smolare Waterfall. It is located on the River Lomnica, above the village of Smolari.

KOLESHINO WATERFALL   Koleshino Waterfall is located on the river Baba, above the Village of Koleshino, in the mountain of Belasica, near the city of Strumica. Encouraged by positive experience with the waterfall in the neighbouring village of Smolari, the inhabitants of the Kolesino village also arranged an access path to a natural rarity - the Kolesino Waterfall.

KOLESHINO WATERFALL Koleshino Waterfall is located on the river Baba, above the Village of Koleshino, in the mountain of Belasica, near the city of Strumica. Encouraged by positive experience with the waterfall in the neighbouring village of Smolari, the inhabitants of the Kolesino village also arranged an access path to a natural rarity - the Kolesino Waterfall.

Pelister National Park  Pelister National Park is located in the south-western part of the Republic of Macedonia, encompassing an area of 17.150 ha on the northern side of the Baba massif at altitudes between 900 and 2601m. The regional road Bitola-Resen and the Bigla Mountain are on the north of the Park and the border with Greece is on the south. On the east of the Park are the Pelagonide valley and the city of Bitola and on the west are the Prespa valley and the city of Resen.

Pelister National Park Pelister National Park is located in the south-western part of the Republic of Macedonia, encompassing an area of 17.150 ha on the northern side of the Baba massif at altitudes between 900 and 2601m. The regional road Bitola-Resen and the Bigla Mountain are on the north of the Park and the border with Greece is on the south. On the east of the Park are the Pelagonide valley and the city of Bitola and on the west are the Prespa valley and the city of Resen.

Roshtushe Waterfall, Mavrovo National Park, Republic of Macedonia

Roshtushe Waterfall, Mavrovo National Park, Republic of Macedonia

Radika River Radika River is a pearl among the rivers of Macedonia. Radika River has pure, clear and cool water with dark green colour, which is result of the calcium carbonate in it. Radika River rises on 2200 meters above sea level on the spectacular Bistra Mountain. From its source to the mouth of the river in Debar Lake, Radika River is 67 km long.

Radika River Radika River is a pearl among the rivers of Macedonia. Radika River has pure, clear and cool water with dark green colour, which is result of the calcium carbonate in it. Radika River rises on 2200 meters above sea level on the spectacular Bistra Mountain. From its source to the mouth of the river in Debar Lake, Radika River is 67 km long.

Babuna River  Home of bald eagles. Coming down from the spring below the peak Solunska Glava of Mount Jakupica, Babuna River is long 65 km. It has picturesque riverbed and small waterfalls, but is mostly known for being a home to a rare bird of prey called the bald eagle (also known as the white-headed eagle).

Babuna River Home of bald eagles. Coming down from the spring below the peak Solunska Glava of Mount Jakupica, Babuna River is long 65 km. It has picturesque riverbed and small waterfalls, but is mostly known for being a home to a rare bird of prey called the bald eagle (also known as the white-headed eagle).

Waterfall in Mavrovo National Park, Macedonia by Brit @meanderbug

Waterfall in Mavrovo National Park, Macedonia by Brit

Crna Reka (Dark River)  Fishing paradise. The largest right tributary of the river Vardar, which is long 207 km, flows from the place Crna Dupka near the village Zeleznec, at an altitude of 760m. Belvica, barbell, lilia, carp, catfish and other fish attract passionate fans of fishing activities, not only along the river, but also along numerous lakes, not excluding lake  Tikvesh.

Crna Reka (Dark River) Fishing paradise. The largest right tributary of the river Vardar, which is long 207 km, flows from the place Crna Dupka near the village Zeleznec, at an altitude of 760m. Belvica, barbell, lilia, carp, catfish and other fish attract passionate fans of fishing activities, not only along the river, but also along numerous lakes, not excluding lake Tikvesh.

Visit Macedonia – the Ancient Country - Koleshino Waterfall, Macedonia

The waterfall gently falls over the stone cliffs nestled in the forest of the Belasica Mountain at a height of 62 ft. in multiple watery streams only to reform into the river below.

Pinterest
Search