Omaya Village – a Fantasy Come True

About

Hidden in the luxuriant forests of Southern Bulgaria lies the eco-village of Omaya. Almost otherworldly in appearance and atmosphere, this eco-village is made up of 7 uniquely designed clay huts surrounded by greenery on all sides. The two ponds – perfect for sunbathing, restaurants, and the nearby villages offer the chance to enjoy the beauty of nature, delicious cuisine, the tranquility of the surrounding mountain, the rich culture and history of the region, all in one place.

Highlights

• Experience paradise on Earth in the eco-village of Omaya

• Sunbathe by the pond

• Choose between seven unique clay houses

• Go fishing or foraging for mushrooms

• Take a dip in the outdoor mineral pool in Ognyanovo

• Visit the Leshten and Kovachevitsa architectural and historical reserves

• Enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding mountains

Description

Omaya eco-village is like something out of a fairytale. Seven charming houses built entirely out of clay, stone and wood, two ponds sparkling playfully nearby, the warm sunrays shining through the lush forest – it’s a dream given form. Immerse yourself in a woodland fantasy on a weekend of relaxation, tranquility, pristine nature and clean air.

Enjoy some fishing, foraging for mushrooms, sunbathing by the pond, or explore the many eco-trails in the area. The eco-village has two restaurants, and the houses are equipped with all the amenities and comforts of the modern world.

The rural villages in the area have their own rustic charm and a rich history and culture that spans centuries.

Leshten is an architectural reserve known for its authentic and well-preserved houses.

Their stone-tiled sloped roofs are their most recognizable characteristic, and the narrow streets and the traditional Bulgarian pub allow you to immerse yourself completely in the atmosphere of the Southern Rhodopes.

Leshten and Kovachevitsa are situated on high ground and offer a stunning view of the surrounding landscape.

Dolen is the heir of the ancient neighbourhoods of a Thracian settlement, the remains of which can be found throughout the village to this day. The hills are strewn with necropolises, and the Thracian vineyards still stand and were even in use up until the latter half of the Bulgarian National Revival Period. This village is an architectural reserve as well as the site of numerous archeological findings.

The Kovachevitsa historical and architectural reserve has retained its authentic 18-19th century look, with houses almost entirely built out of stone.

Near it lies the Tamna Gora (Dark forest) natural reserve, home to centuries-old fir, beech and spruce forests.

On the way back from Kovachevitsa and Leshten, you have the chance to try out the Miroto outdoor mineral water pool in Ognyanovo.

Houses

• “Fairytale”, 2 persons: 318 €

• “Woodland”, 2 persons: 318 €

• “Ethereal”, 2 persons: 318 €

• “Shell”, 3 persons: 380 €

• “The Tunnel”, 3 persons: 380 €

• “Lakehouse”, 4 persons: 550 €

Inclusions / exclusions

The price includes

• 2 overnights at the house of your choice

Notes

Omaya eco-village is located in near the Greek border, about 4 hours away from Plovdiv.

This experience is perfect for couples, families and groups of friends alike. If you would like a longer stay at the eco-village, contact us for additional options.

550 €

per person

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Alternative Tourism, Excursions and Weekends

2933 Хаджидимово, България

Starting point - Plovdiv, Bulgaria

3 days

Summer, Spring, Autumn

Live tour guide available in English

Maxiumum number of participants - 10 people

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