Every guest to the Damascena Ethnographic Complex have the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the tranquility of the Valley and enjoy the Damascena Biopark with a rich variety of wildlife.. Open to visitors from 2020 year, the biopark has different species of wild animals. The attraction is located near the complex "Damascene". You can reach it on foot, and by car. For this purpose, a road with signposts and parking spaces has been built.
Visitors to the biopark can comfortably and undisturbedly observe the animals, which move freely in their natural environment. For this purpose, two gazebos were built, from whose terraces guests can enjoy impressive views. Above 150 fallow deer, deer, mouflons, wild goats, boars, beautiful horses, pony, peacocks and guinea fowl inhabit vast park areas from above 300 dka.
Only in the Damascene complex you will see a lake with fish Veslonos, as well as free-moving and very friendly white and black swans, which will gladly allow you to shoot them.
Except for the representatives of the animal world, in the biopark every visitor has the opportunity to walk among the pink massifs of the complex.
During the walk, in front of you will be amazing panoramic views, and if you plan to visit in the period from mid-May to mid-June, you will have the opportunity to feel the unforgettable aroma of blooming oil roses.
Except the beautiful ones oil roses, in the park areas of the complex you will enjoy over 150 different types of decorative roses.
Visitors to the Damascene Ethnographic Complex will enjoy the incredible St. George Waterfall, located in the eastern part next to the Rosary. Under the sounds of vats and falling water, the waterfall will leave you with an incredible feeling of calm and harmony. Every tourist can go through the tunnel, which occurs under the waterfall, to enjoy the melody of the falling water.