A Pearl Of The Black Sea
Now, when your Christmas plans are done, it?s just the time to begin thinking about your summer vacations. Let me introduce Bulgaria ? one the most pleasant but not expensive resort destination on the Black Sea shore. From May till late September its beaches are overcrowded by the tourists, mainly from Germany and Russia. Depending on your preferences you have a choice of the several good resorts ? Golden Sands, Albena, Kranevo, St. Constantine and Hellena, Sunny Beach.
Golden Sands and Sunny Beach are the biggest ones, but those who like to rest in calm and quite atmosphere (and pay less money) prefer Kranevo or St. Constantine and Hellena. If you have chosen Sunny Beach you will arrive to Bourgas Airport. In all other cases you will land in Varna.
Sunny Beach is the biggest resort on Bulgarian Black Sea shore. It has more than 100 hotels.
Beaches, dunes and sun are the characteristic feature of the Sunny Beach. Even if the weather in all Bulgaria is cloudy here you are most like to find sun. The resort is not far from Nessebar ? one of the oldest and most interesting tourist destinations in Bulgaria. In 1956 this town was proclaimed an architectural and archeological reserve. The remains of an antique fortified wall with a gate dating from III-IV century, the churches from V-VI century and the ones dating from the medieval period (X-XIV century), the 60 houses of the revival period, give the town unique appearance and atmosphere. Here you feel a lot like in Italy or Greece. In short, it?s on the best samples of South European architecture and nature.
Golden Sands, Albena, Kranevo, St. Constantine and Hellena are not far from each other and not far from Varna. The closest to Varna is St. Constantine and Hellena. Not big, but very cozy and leafy resort.
Golden Sands is the second biggest sea resort in Bulgaria. It is surrounded be the sea from one side, and by the hills and forests from the other. The profusion of the greenery allows feeling comfortable even during July heat. The resort has long coastline and the amount of the hotels barely lower than in Sunny Beach. The city seems consisting only of hotels, restaurants and bars. The most of people working here, live in Varna.
Albena is a relatively big resort too, a little bit further from Varna. Kranevo is very close to Albena but it?s a kind of village with a lot of local population living there. The prices are aloud lower than, for example, in Golden Sands. So, if you?d like to feel the real Bulgarian life, you?d better choose Kranevo. A lot of tourists here prefer to stay not in the hotels, but in the private houses.
From all these resorts you can visit Balchik and the cape of Kaliakra. Balchik is a resort too, but it?s also a town with a lot of attractions and long history. The most popular tourist places are the palace complex and the botanical garden once belonging the Queen Maria of Romania. Kaliakra is a beautiful cape close to the Romanian border. Usually, it is the final stop of foreign tourists looking for pretty sights and interesting places to the north of Varna. The cape stretches 2km deep into the sea and consists of 60-70m-high rocks. Sometimes here you can see dolphins.
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