Prespa Lakes: Road Trip to the Greek borderlands
Travel guide series
Format: Digital travel guide bundle (69 pages in total) that offers instead all the necessary practicalities you can follow if you are planning a holiday in Prespes. You’ll receive a link to download two instant PDF files, optimized for mobile.
What to expect:
In the first guide we unravel the destination’s soul into 9 categories (General Information, History, Transportation, Weather, Sightseeing and Activities, Food & Accommodation, Local Products, Tradition, Know before you go). All texts are carefully researched and illustrated with original photography and copy.
In the second guide you will gain access to a 2-day program featuring a beautiful selection of accommodation and dining places around, as well as an exclusive photo-gallery from the area created by team SteMajourneys.
SteMajourneys travel guides were created for the travelers who instead of checking lists of cool places to visit, they wish to follow unknown paths, embrace their inner wanderlust and appreciate every simple moment.
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40.7637° N, 21.1414° E
We are not the first to be seduced by the unimaginable allure of Prespa baisin. Crowned with a wetland so wide that it threatens to define infinity, the lakeshore architecture is a testament to its history, remaining one of the last true frontiers in Greece and a landscape unique in the whole world. Nobody will find you here. If that's your case, you are staying in the right place: a beautiful and unpretentious land at the end of Greece balanced in lake solitude, tiny villages tucked into the folds of wetlands, shepherds with huge smiles, and chapels floating amongst the clouds. Grab this guide to disappear here, marvelling at the soothing swifts of Nature, to cultivate low-living and finally unlock the secrets to longevity or even come on your own and leave with new friends - family. You don't have to be a recluse to fall for Prespes. There are plenty of spots where you can strike up companionships with strangers or the friendly locals. Hazy mountains blur the horizon as the sun goes out in a blaze of glory. Boat tripping around three different countries at the same time is even more of a revelation. High on a moist plateau exposed to lacerating cold, this terrain was cultivated for centuries with elephant beans.