Kratovo is a small town located in Eastern Macedonia. It is located inside the crater of an extinguished volcano.
- The rich cultural-historical past of Kratovo left numerous bridges and towers. Only 6 of 12 medieval towers of the city have been preserved to the present day. The time of the construction of those towers has not been established yet, but their architectural style and the ornamentation used, indicate that those construction originate from the period of the Turkish rule. The more significant towers in Kratovo, are the Simiceva tower, Emin-Bey tower and the Hadzi-Kostova tower. The bridges which unite both parts of the city, extend as lances between the two shores of Tavacka river, and are a special feature of the city.
- Lesnovo Monastery - is located in just outside Kratovo, on Mount Bukovec, at an altitude of 1,118m above sea level. Gavril from Lesnovo village is believed to have made this monastery. He dedicated it to St. Michael Archangel. More than 200 monks once lived in this monastery.
- The Stone Dolls - located just 13km away from the town, in the village of Kuklica, is the amazing site called “the stone dolls.” This natural wonder was probably created by erosion, the power of the wind, and climate influence. However, the legend connected to this phenomenon says that the figures are in fact wedding guests who were turned into rocks.