Sinemorets – a paradise for relaxing at sea and adventures.

Situated on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and the mouth of the Veleka River, Sinemorets resort has unique amenities for recreation at sea combined with hiking trails. The beaches of Sinemorets are among the
most beautiful along the Black Sea coast. Two of them are completely wild and suitable for those seeking tranquility and privacy in nature. The 8 km stretch from the mouth of the Veleka River to “Tsarsko kladenche” is sailing, which provides opportunities for a motorboat and kayak trip, to observe the rare yellow water lily.
Sinemorets is located on the territory of Strandzha Nature Park (the biggest nature park in Bulgaria) and next to it are located two protected areas with unique natural resources.

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Primorsko in Bulgaria – information, landmarks and beaches.

The town of Primorsko, Bulgaria is a large Black sea resort and has superb qualities for sea holiday combined with a lot of fun. Its location near the Ropotamo Reserve provides plenty of opportunities for nature walks and historical monuments. The tourists like this town also and because of the folklore festivals that take place here. The place offers a variety of attractions that make it suitable for both a relaxing family holiday and a stay with active nightlife with lots of parties and fun.

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Hiking trail from the thracian cliffs “Beglik Tash” to the Cape “Maslen Nos”

The hiking trail provides an easier access to the famous destination – Cape “Maslen nos” near town of Primorsko, Bulgaria. The Cape is an ancient harbor, a point of reference for sailors and a beacon for centuries. In the present – an exotic beach with waters rich in fish and the presence of remarkable rock formations resembling fjords. There is also a good opportunity for a panoramic view of the wild shores of the southern side of the Ropotamo Reserve.

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