Rural & Eco tourism Suggested excursions About Biserova-Gough house
 

About Biserova-Gough house

 
About the Pirin village
Biserova-Gough house
Story for our start of restoration
Church St. Nikola
Dragon's House
 
One day with the songs and traditions of the village Pirin
Learning etiquette of traditional folklore
Musical entertainment with Lyubimka Bisserova
Pirin wedding
Folklor festival
Meeting party
Making amulets for children, wedding amulets or those against bad spirits
Grandmothers' day
 
HANDICRAFTS:
Weaving
Blacksmithing
Making home soap
Spinning wool or 'Predene'
Cutting grass with a scythe
 
What's happening in village Pirin in 2012
 
Contact

About the Pirin village

 

 
 

Pirin Village is 650m. above sea level and lies between Sandanski and Gotse Delchev in the Pirin mountains, South West Bulgaria, near to the border with Greece and Macedonia.

The village has a long past with a very significant history in the revolutionary fighting for Macedonia during the Turkish occupation in the Pirin region; a conflict called Ilindensko Preobrajensko Vustanie. It prides itself in preserving its traditional rituals, singing and dancing and folklore.

The village still produces excellent organic, home made sheep and goats cheese, yogurt, potatoes and our famous brown Pirin beans.

From May to September every year you are very welcome in Pirin to have unforgettable holiday with the personal attention, and cooking of one of the famous Bisserov Sisters, Lyubimka!




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