Ohrid, one of the oldest towns in Europe was the centre of ancient civilization. It is where the first Slavic university in Europe was founded, the home town of St. Clement and St. Naum; the centre of entire orthodox culture and literacy and the town by the oldest lake!
There are millions reasons to visit Ohrid; like 365 churches and monasteries for each day of the year, its unique flora and fauna characteristic of the tertiary period (2-4 million years ago), the masterpieces of local craftsmen… and the rest of them you will discover yourself.
In one of the most beautiful landscapes on the coast of Lake Ohrid, there are natural caves situated one above the other, high in the rocks, hidden from the eyes of the tourists. Here, in all the different caves, many hermits lived and practiced mysticism, miracles and prophecy. By painting the caves they were telling the truth of God. In those spiritual churches in the vicinity of the city where monasticism laid its wisdom you can forget about time and experience an amassing tranquillity.
Discover the sacred mysteries which in Ohrid are reality.