Supporting, promoting and developing the Macedonian hospitality industry actively since 2004.
The Association of hotels, restaurants and cafes - HOTAM is a voluntary and non-profit trade association of hotel and catering businesses in Macedonia. HOTAM works to enhance and improve the hotel business climate in Macedonia by representing and promoting the industry to the general public, governmental bodies and allied organizations within the country and abroad.
They assist the hotel, food and beverage industry to improve their sales and profits while protecting the rights, professionalism, ethics and performance quality of the industry through the establishment of ethics and rating standards aligned with those of the European Union.
For additional information that is not covered on this website, please feel free to
Taste the Macedonian cuisine and you will love it for life.
Culture & Tradition
The Galichnik Wedding Festival is an annual festival held in the Macedonian village of Galičnik near the city of Debar
Mysterious and romantic, sheltered by the high hills of mountain Korab, Mavrovo region was famous during centuries.
Mustafa Pasha mosque is elegant and intact, and no additions have been made through the years.
Ohrid itself is named "The Jerusalem of the Balkans"
History dating from the Neolithic period
The Neolithic period is represented by both excavated and unexcavated sites throughout the region
A unique opportunity to test the oldest vehicle in the world
Hellenistic to Byzantine period
Many archaeological sites show the long history of civilization on the territory of Macedonia
Alternative forms of tourism
Try scuba diving, biking, hiking and other forms of active tourism
Macedonian wines are inviting, pleasant and delicate
For the purpose of stimulation of the foreign organized tourist turnover, tour operators and tourist agencies (in further text: Organizers) are eligible to obtain subsidies for the realized stay of foreign tourists in the Republic of Macedonia
Veles is a city located in the Povardarie region of Macedonia. It is a town with a rich and varied cultural tradition. Veles is located on the international highway, E-75, which connects Central Europe to the Aegean Sea.
Prilep is a city in the Western Macedonia, nicknamed "The city under Marko’s towers" (referring to the fortress). It is the Macedonian tobacco capital. The city was the capital of the medieval kingdom of Kings Volkasin and Marko which explains the large number of churches and monasteries in and around the city.
What is most striking about Prilep is the strange bare scenery with huge rocks scattered around. The city is nestled below a bare hill. On the top of the hill, ruins of a medieval fortress stand. All around the city are tobacco fields, and if one visits the city in late summer or fall, one will see tobacco drying everywhere he turns. What is unique about Prilep is the strange sense of humor its inhabitants have and the way they preserved their traditional way of life. Near Prilep is Mariovo Region, one of the most untouched regions of Macedonia, with small half deserted villages scattered in untouched nature. Read More
Kruševo is a small town in Western Macedonia. Historic Kruševo was one the center of the Macedonian Ilinden-Uprising. Today the main celebrations of the National holiday on the 2nd of August are held here. Kruševo is the centre of the Vlach minority in Macedonia.
Settled on 1350 meters above the see level, Kruševo is the highest city in the Balkans.
/// Usefull Links
Find out more about Macedonia by visiting the following links