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Archeological places near Burgas
Archeological places near Burgas
The Bourgas region has been a crossroad of ancient civilizations since the VII – V century BC. Evidences for that can be seen in each museum in the area: items from the prehistoric times (IV-V century BC), artifacts from Thracian times, from the Hellenic colonization of the Black sea and from the Roman Empire.
Nov 06, 2018 , 0
Bird watching in Burgas, Bulgaria
Bird watching in Burgas, Bulgaria
If you are interested in bird-watching, Bulgaria in general is a paradise and Bryastovets in particular is the perfect base from which to explore the many possibilities that the beguiling Black Sea coast has to offer. Only 20 km (ca. 12 miles) from the town of Burgas and its surrounding wetlands, you will be ornithologically speaking, in one of the most interesting parts of Europe. With its over 300 different species, including herons, storks, Ibis, buzzards, kestrels, cormorants, woodpeckers, nightingales, warblers and even pelicans, there is something here for just about all bird enthusiasts!
Nov 06, 2018 , 0
Burgas, Bulgaria
Burgas, Bulgaria
With a population of some 300,000 , Bourgas is the second largest city on the Black Sea coast but its main attraction is without doubt the sea. With its international airport, Bourgas is a great starting point for visiting the southern coast.
Nov 06, 2018 , 0
Sozopol, Bulgaria
Sozopol, Bulgaria
Sozopol is located on the Southern Black Sea Coast, 35 km south of Bourgas. It is a very ancient town and one of the most famous Bulgarian Sea resorts. According to archaeological researches, the first settlement on the territory of Sozopol grew up around 4th-3rd century BC. In year 610 BC was founded a Hellenic colony under the name Appolonia Pontica. Like Nessebar, Sozopol is divided into old part and new part.
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Nessebar, Bulgaria
Nessebar, Bulgaria
The town of Nessebar is a Sea resort and is situated 36 km northeast of Bourgas. Nessebar is one of the oldest towns in Bulgaria and Europe. It was founded 3200 years ago by Thracian settlers and was called Melsambria and later on - Mesembria. In our days, the town of Nessebar is divided into two parts - the Old town and the New town.
Nov 06, 2018 , 0
Varna city guide
Varna city guide
Varna is the biggest city on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast and the third largest in Bulgaria. It is located about 130 km northern of Bourgas. On the territory of the city, during archeological researches, were found remains of human activity older than 7000 years. In the 6th century BC here was built the ancient fortress “Odessos”. Nowadays, Varna is a modern city with a lot of tourist attractions and many interesting historical and cultural places to visit.
Nov 06, 2018 , 0
Pomorie city guide
Pomorie city guide
The town of Pomorie lies about 20 km away from Bourgas, to the North. It is situated on a narrow peninsula in Bourgas Bay. This is a very old town, which was founded by the Ancient Greeks. The old name of Pomorie was “Anchialos”. Nowadays, Pomorie is an attractive sea resort, famous for its curative mineral waters and the healing property of its mud
Nov 06, 2018 , 0
Plovdiv city guide
Plovdiv city guide
Plovdiv is the second biggest city in Bulgaria. It is situated around seven hills, called “Tepeta”. Plovdiv’s history dates back to 4000 years. In ancient times there was a Thracian fortified settlement which was conquered by Phillip of Macedonia and the city received the name Phillipopolis. During the course of time, Plovdiv was a possession of different empires like: the Roman Empire (under the name Trimontium), the Byzantine Empire and the Ottoman Empire (under the name Filibe). Nowadays, the city of Plovdiv is important industrial, trade and cultural centre in Bulgaria and a popular tourist destination.
Nov 06, 2018 , 0
Sunny Beach tourist guide
Sunny Beach tourist guide
Sunny Beach is the biggest and the most popular Black Sea resort in Bulgaria. It is situated about 35 km north of Bourgas, between Nessebar and Sveti Vlas resort. The nearest airports operating in the region are the Bourgas Airport (ca. 25 km) and Varna Airport (ca. 100 km). The beach line is 10 km long and on some places 60 m wide, with soft golden sands and shallow sea bottom, free from rocks and algae. The climate in the summer is hot and dry with average daily temperatures of 28° C of the air and 24-25° C of the water.
Nov 06, 2018 , 0
How to get to the villas by car
How to get to the villas by car
There are many advantages in arriving by your own car at our villas. In fact we have had guest arriving by car from all over Europe, i.e. Germany, Hungary, Switzerland, France, Poland. Having a car on your holiday will help you to get the most of your holiday at a reasonable cost and by the way you prefer. By driving your own car you can set your own schedule, stop when and where you like, take detours to interesting places en route, throw whatever personal belongings.
Nov 06, 2018 , 0
Play minigolf in Bryastovets
Play minigolf in Bryastovets
Our minigolf course is built of concrete lanes with soft felt carpet (artificial grass) and brick walls. The game is based on the basic putting skills only: force, direction, and break control. We are not using special golf balls on our course; in fact we are playing with one ball only, which have the purpose of equalizing the chances of all players. As we do not expect a lot of experienced players our obstacles and playing lines are not optimized for competition players of highest skill level
Nov 06, 2018 , 0
Seaside Holiday Villas in Bulgaria
Seaside Holiday Villas in Bulgaria
In Bulgaria more and more travelers are renting villas rather than staying in hotels. Why? Firstly, villas are more comfortable and functional (you have the option to cook a meal, for example). Secondly, you get to experience life as a local, and keep away from undesirable ‘tourist traps’. Thirdly, very often it’s a much cheaper option. Top of the list is the complete freedom in organizing your holiday, planning your own schedule and arranging your meals to suit you, whether it be at one of the excellent local restaurants or in a leisurely atmosphere on the patio, as the day slowly fades away in a magnificent sunset.
Nov 06, 2018 , 0
Basics on Getting There
Basics on Getting There
EU citizens holding valid passports can enter Bulgaria without requiring a visa. Dual nationals of Bulgaria and any other country should enter and exit Bulgaria on their Bulgarian passports. It is always advisable to carry your Bulgarian travel document with you as well as that of your second nationality. All children entering Bulgaria will need to have their own passport. Children included in parents; passports will only be allowed in if the passport also contains their photograph.
Nov 06, 2018 , 0
Short review of our villas
Short review of our villas
Once you have decided that you will be spending your summer holiday in Bulgaria you are faced with the question where exactly to book your holiday villa. While holiday rentals were quite uncommon in Bulgaria there are now many privately owned properties being offered for rent across the whole country.
Nov 06, 2018 , 0
Organising the perfect family holiday
Organising the perfect family holiday
Planing a holiday in BulgariaPlanning a family holiday is a stressful experience, sometimes it feels like just one big headache. We have tried to put this guide together to help take some of the stress out of planning your next Bulgarian holiday, trying to make your holiday in Bulgaria easier in every way. The guide will help you with tips to help you plan your holiday and enjoy it to the full. When planning the holiday in Bulgaria you should try to get the whole family involved. This can really help to make the whole planning experience much more enjoyable, and make sure everyone’s happy with the choice of your holiday rental! If your children are old enough, it would be a great idea to get them involved in researching some possible activities and places to visit online.
Nov 06, 2018 , 0