Macedonia motorhome country guide

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Church building over looking lake in Macedonia
Statue lined bridge at main square in Skopje Macedonia
Ohrid port city river harbour Macedonia
Castle Platamon on hill above village of Platamonas Macedonia

Macedonia is not part of the EU but has applied to join. British passport holders can visit for three months without having to obtain a visa. Visitors must register with the police in the town they are staying within 24hrs of arrival, unless the campsite does it for you. The town of Ohrid, with its historic buildings and adjacent lake is a popular tourist destination. Further tourist information can be found at: www.exploringmacedonia.com.

Campsites, Motorhome Stopovers and Offsite-Parking in Macedonia
There are campsites in Macedonia, with several located around Ohrid and its lake. Campsites that accept motorhomes tend to be referred to as ‘Car Camp’ or ‘Autocamp’ and Elesec Car Camp, Ljubanista Car Camp and Gradiste Car Camp are all located near Ohrid. There are no motorhome stopovers in Montenegro and Offsite-Parking is likely to be tolerated away from touristy areas and out of season.

Driving your motorhome or campervan in Macedonia
The roads of Macedonia are of average standard. There are toll roads in Macedonia, tolls must be paid in cash. The Macedonian Dinar is only available in Macedonia, ATMs are available in towns. Dipped headlights are required at all times. Snow chains or winter tyres are required between 15 November and 15 March. LPG autogas is available from some fuel stations.