Walk a few minutes from the centre of the village to get to this scenic stretch of pebble shoreline. Leafy trees provide plenty of natural shade, and when you fancy cooling off you can wade into the shallows for a paddle, or make splash jumping into the lake from the end of the jetty.
You’ll need to take a taxi or book a spot on the ferry to get here, but it’s well worth it. This is one of the liveliest lakeside spots in the area, and once you’re there, you’ll be set for the day. Spend your time drifting between your lounger and the lake, then swing by one of the bars for music and cocktails.
There’s not a long list of lunch spots to choose from in Dolno Konjsko. The quality’s top-notch though, with small family-run restaurants serving up tasty dishes filled with local flavours – think goat’s cheese salads, barbecued meat and grilled lake fish.
Gostlina Kaj Mece has a covered terrace that overlooks the shoreline, so you can enjoy a lunch stop with a lake backdrop. Food-wise, it’s all about simple dishes and fresh local ingredients – start off with salads and warm bread, then fill up on ribs or lake fish fresh from the grill.
If you’re after a true taste of Macedonia, try Gostilnica Grne. Sample local favourites like fish soup and tavče gravče – a flavoursome bean stew that comes served in an earthenware pot straight from the oven. Then round things off with a flaky baklava pastry filled with chopped nuts and drizzled in honey.
Dolno Konjsko’s a little village, so you're never more than a few minutes’ walk from anywhere. And if you do fancy heading further afield, then taxis are very affordable.
The village is backed by tree-covered hills, where you can stretch your legs and take in views over the lake to the mountains beyond.
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