Macedonian village is a complex of hotel accommodation and restaurants, built in the traditional spirit of the Macedonian architecture from the 19th and 20th centuries. It is located near Skopje, a 15-minute drive away, in Nerezi.
The complex is a story for itself. Like entering a fairy tale. The complex consists of 12 thematic houses, each representing a city from Macedonia – Berovo, Delcevo, Kumanovo, Reka, Struga, Prilep, Tetovo, Kratovo, Galichka, Bitola, Veles and a house from Skopska Crna Gora. In the lower part of the houses are part of the craft workshops, while on the upper floor there are rooms for stay. If visitors want to, they can go to the workshop to do something with the help of the craftsman who works there.
The complex also includes a hotel, vast green space, beautifully arranged horticulture, souvenir shop, market, as well as several places for rest and delicious food. For complete enjoyment and experience, there is also a space for children where they can be entertained. There are also green areas for domestic animals.
There’s a beautiful, clean air here. The temperature here is seven to eight degrees lower than in the city, and when you add the delicious food, the lovely person and the authentic ambient, enjoying it especially.