Highlights of this tour
- Observation platform
- Cultural and natural monuments
- Endemic flora and fauna
The historic trail gives you breathtaking views of the area.
We start from Gollomboç village which is famous for its culture and especially the well known national writer Sterjo Spasse. Here you can see the house where the writer lived and the school where he had his primary education.
The hiking trail we follow actually used to be an old road that was used by the population for communication and moving from one village to another.
On our way to the observation platform we see many different plant species and hear birds are characteristic for the region.
The observation platform itself offers a wonderful panoramic view over the whole Prespa lake, including the Greek and Northern Macedonian part of the lake.
General information and booking contact
11.2 km / 5.5 hours
Height difference (m)
Level of difficulty
Good walking shoes, adequate outdoor clothes, drinking water.
For all tours, we recommend to take out a travel health insurance, including accident insurance.
Spring and summer.
Village of Gollomboç – Diellas Village
Number of participants min./max.
Minimum 2 persons, maximum 8 persons.
Nature Tour Guide
I am the head of monitoring of the Prespa National Park Administration. Learn more
How to book
You can book this tour by email: or by telephone: +355683443879.
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Text and photos: Prespa National Park & Cveta Trajçe