Holiday homes in Macedonia
A wonderful, affordable holiday in one of the most beautiful countries in Europe. For many people, Macedonia is ‘the pearl of the Balkans’, and rightly so. This exceptional country is home to a wealth of hidden treasures. You can enjoy its nature time and time again as well as its splendid beaches and rich culture
. The people are friendly and hospitable so you really feel at home. Temperatures are the most pleasant in the months of May, June and September, but Macedonia is well worth a visit between November and the end of February, when lots of snow tends to fall in the mountains, making for great skiing conditions.
A holiday in Macedonia, the pearl of the Balkans
A holiday home in Macedonia is the perfect choice for a fantastic summer or winter holiday
. And if you book through Micazu, you’ll be in direct touch with the owner who can tell you everything about the sights and the country’s most beautiful spots. Take the splendid Ohrid Lake
for example, on the border between Macedonia and Albania. All around the lake, you will find numerous small but beautiful beaches where you can practise water sports
. The area also offers endless opportunities for walking
. Or jump on your mountain bike
and turn your holiday into a sporty one. But whatever you do, don’t forget to visit the historic city of Ohrid. There’s so much to see in the historic centre that the city has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Climate in Macedonia
Macedonia has a moderate continental climate with hot, dry summers and cool winters with a fair amount of (wintery) precipitation.
Time Difference with Macedonia
Macedonia is an hour ahead of the UK.
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Fun facts about Macedonia
- Lake Ohrid is one of the deepest and oldest lakes in Europe - over 3 million years old.
- Macedonia is located in the South East of Europe and formed part of Yugoslavia until 1991.
- The country has three national parks: Plister, Mavrovo and Galica.
- Culinary specialties from Macedonia include ‘shopska salate’ and ‘pastrmka’ (trout from Lake Ohrid).
- The only official language is Macedonian. Some Bulgarians are of the opinion that it’s really a Bulgarian dialect.
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