Makedonsko Selo Tourist Resort Skopje Gorno Nerezi

Makedonsko Selo Tourist Resort Skopje Gorno Nerezi


Hotel Macedonian Village is brand new comfortable holiday resort of historical type in Gorno Nerezi village, just above the Saint Panteleimon Monastery /known for its uniquely beautiful fresco paintings/, only few kilometers from Skopje city center. The Macedonian Village tourist Resort boasts wonderful panorama of Skopje – the Macedonian capital, and traditionally designed rooms and comfortable amenities /amphitheater, wine shop, souvenir shop../, aiming to make visitors feel at home. The Macedonia village in the Gorno Nerezi village near Skopje was built in the traditional spirit of the Macedonian architecture, with details like bay windows and red peppers or tobacco drying in the warm Macedonian sun – so it is the place you seek if you want to get the true impression of wonderful and welcoming Macedonians and their original lifestyle.

Macedonian village in Skopje is a complex of hotel accommodation and restaurants, built in the traditional spirit of the Macedonian architecture from the 19th and 20th centuries. Covering some ​​12,000 sq m, the Macedonia Village tourist complex in Skopje is composed of sixteen authentic houses with a total accommodation capacity of 100 guests. Located in the beautiful nature of the Vodno Mountain above Skopje, which is rich in beautiful forest and clean mountain air and thus makes the memorable excursion spot, the Macedonian village tourist complex is known for its unique charm and offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy traditional ambience, delicious food and numerous activities. The Macedonian Village tourist Resort in Skopje comprises a total of 49 rooms, located in 12 different houses, built according to authentic Macedonian architectural tradition of 19th and 20th century in refined harmony of exclusively natural materials that provide the special warmth and hospitality – plenty of stone, lots of flowers and green grass, massive wooden beams, original porches, windows, gates and stairs….. The design of the houses of the Macedonian village tourist resort is inspired by different striking geographical areas of Macedonia, including: Bitola, Prilep, Veles, Struga, Galichnik, Reka Region Skopska Crna Gora, Kratovo, Berovo, Delchevo, Kumanovo and Tetovo. The rooms of the Macedonian tourist Resort are decorated with ethno selected stylish details of natural materials /wooden floors, wardrobe, working desk and chairs, colorful rugs, curtains, bed coverings, satin cotton bed linen, comfortable bathrooms with showers, slippers and hair dryer/, but also the LCD TV, phone, central heating, air conditioning and free WiFi in rooms and throughout.

Antigona is fine dining restaurant of the Macedonian village tourist resort which provides exceptional dining experience to visitors keen to enjoy in stunning view of the whole city or the nice music and lights all around. The finest authentic food of Macedonia come best with perfect atmosphere in an unique ambiance of the Antigona restaurant, where high quality service and hospitality merge in perfect harmony ….. During the renown wine festival held in the Macedonian village visitors have great opportunity to enjoy the unique taste and aroma of the best national and international wines, the tasty food and the rich music program prepared for full experience of Macedonia. Ethno Bar offers warm and pleasant atmosphere where visitors can relax and enjoy the varieties of appetizers and beverages. This is the perfect place to drink the first morning coffee or to enjoy the taste of the best burgers in the city. The lovely terrace with panoramic view of Skopje is one more reason that will inspire visitors to get back to this nice place where all guests leave with smile.

Tour of the Macedonian village tourist resort in Skopje is must do and finishes at a small ethnographic museum which displays traditional costumes and jewellery, while souvenir shop sells traditional crafts and herbs and teas. There’s an on-site shop selling traditional Macedonian foods, such as jars of ajvar (a sweet red-pepper relish), plus a silver filigree workshop and a weaving workshop with a reconstruction of a traditional loom. Visitors are welcome to rent a bike and stroll around the eco environment, but also must visit the nearby Saint Panteleimon Monastery.