Winery made to completely satisfy your senses
"Ciflik Winery is a family-owned boutique Winery located west of the city of Bitola, in the bosom of Mount Baba at a picturesque area underneath the village Brusnik. They specialize in contemporary wine style making, by blending traditional recipes kept and nurtured in the family for more than 100 years with new state-of-the art wine making approaches in order to get the most extraordinary wine tastes. Ciflik Winery facilitates a wine restaurant with beautiful terraces & gardens, where guests can enjoy in exquisite culinary recipes combined with their wines. This is complemented by a wine basement and production facility along with a Dégustation room for a more private enjoyment. Finally the resort hosts 12 contemporary furnished rooms for a complete and unforgettable experience for our guests."
contact: ++389 (0)78 305 369
st. Brusnik no.18 Bitola
Kokino Winery & Hotel is a small hotel located at the end of Kumanovo in the beautiful surroundings of a beautiful garden with a large terrace. There is a tasting of 5 varieties of wine, a walk through a winery, education for a production process, a family atmosphere, is located only two minutes from Restaurant Palace. Only a few km away is the most famous Kokino Observatory, after which the hotel itself is named.
Kokinois a Broze Age archaeological site in the Macedonia, approximately 30 km from the town of Kumanovo, and about 6 km from the Serbian border, in the Staro Nagoricane municipality. It is situated between about 1010 and 1030 m above sea level on the Tatićev Kamen (Татиќев камен) summit and covers an area of about 90 by 50 meters, overlooking the eponymous hamlet of Kokino.
The Kokino "megalithic observatory" should be distinguished from the wider Kokino archaeological site. The claimed archaeoastronomical site has a combined area of about 5000 square meters and consists of two platforms with an elevation difference of 19 meters. The claim of the site representing an astronomical observatory was made by Stankovski and by Gjore Cenev in 2002. According to this interpretation, the site includes special stone markers used to track the movement of the Sun and Moon on the eastern horizon. The observatory used the method of stationary observation, marking positions of the Sun at the winter and summer solstice, as well as the equinox. Four stone seats or "thrones" are placed in a row on the lower platform. According to Cenev, a stone block with a marking on the upper platform marks the direction of sunrise on summer solstice when viewed from one of the seats.