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The Bay of Bones is a reconstructed prehistoric densely populated settlement from the XII-VII centuries BC, placed above a platform that held by wooden piles. It is the newly opened water museum, where the remains of an ancient habitat are placed. A diving base and reconstructed fortresses from the Roman Empire from the 2nd century are located in the water.

At this site, at a depth of three to five meters, the remains of 6,000 wooden piles were found which probably relied on a common platform with 20 wooden houses. According to the surveys, the area of ​​the settlement was extended up to 8,500 m2. Given that they were built of trees, reeds and mud, the habitats were susceptible to fires and were frequently renewed, due to the large density of the piles (remains of burnt wood and coal were found). The platform with the mainland was connected with a movable bridge, which during the night was raised for animals and enemies protection.


Departure from Skopje


Sightseeing in Ohrid which includes:

- Ancient theater dating from the Elenist - Roman period

- Sveta Bogorodica Perivlepta - 13th century

- Samuel Fortress - 3rd century BC, 10th century

- Monastery of St. Clement - Plaoshnik

- Sveti Jovan Bogoslov Kaneo - 13th century


Bay of the Bones


Lunch in the restaurant St. Naum


Visit of the monastery of St. Naum and boat ride


Departure to Skopje

Duration: 1 day during the whole year
Group size: minimum 2 people
Starting point: Skopje (or upon request)
Includes: transport, drinks during the trip, lunch, full escort of a professional tourist guide for all sights (including tickets), boat ride
Price: upon request and depending on the number of participants


Naroden Front 19A/40A
T.C. Beverly Hills
1000 Skopje | Macedonia

T. +389 2 3139 228

T. +389 2 3139 229

M. +389 71 340 528

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