Koleshino waterfall is located in the southeastern part of the Republic of Macedonia, on the northern slopes of Mountain Belasica, in the lower reaches of the Baba River. At an altitude of 600 meters, it is one of the highest waterfalls in Macedonia with a height of 15 m and a width of about 6 m. According to its origin, it is a tectonic waterfall, created in granite rocks. 

The waterfall is beautiful in every season and continually changes to reflect nature which surrounds it. In the winter, these fragile streams can become frozen and in the spring, strengthened by the recent rainfalls, the gentle streams rush more powerfully over the cliff sides. Now, during autumn, there isn't much water in the streams.

Koleshino waterfall is a tourist attraction and a work of nature that you must visit. The waterfall is reached by forest hiking trails that end at the top of the hill where the waterfall begins. You can also access the closest point with car and continue 5 minute walk to reach the waterfalls, but I strongly suggest a longer walk in the forest instead of using a car. The wooden bridge located right in front of the Koleshinski waterfall (from where the picture was taken) provides a view of the entire waterfall and the beautiful surroundings that seem calming to every visitor.

 With clear, crystalline and cold water from the Baba River, the Koleshino waterfall flows slowly, in a beautiful and rhythmic "ballet" of numerous water streams. After the short 19-meter "game" of the waterfall, these numerous streams unite into one whole and it continues to flow down the mountain. If you have an adventurous spirit, then for you on the left there are wooden stairs that lead to an additional path. The trail ends at the top of the hill and where you can stand very close to the river, while it flows down. The others have at their disposal several mountain gazebos for a picnic and a large restaurant near which offers a great top view on the village.