If you’re planning a trip to the fabulous St. Naum Monastery and have the means to stop, this somewhat speculative reconstruction of a prehistoric pile-dwelling settlement jutting out over the lake offers an interesting diversion for 30 minutes or so. Based on recent underwater archaeological work carried out on a settlement dating from around 1000BC, find several woven huts whose designs are based on what the locals are believed to have once lived and worked in. The building next to the site contains a small museum with lots of information and a small café. This is also the place to arrange scuba diving trips to the nearby subterranean archaeological site. Just north is a recreation of a small Roman fort that can also be visited.