“Yug” campsite and “Coral” Beach are attractive places for sunbath, swimming, leisure and camping in nature. They lay on the same beach strip between the resorts of Kiten and Lozenets on the Black Sea Coast, Bulgaria. Fascinating for the visitors are the natural features: transparent waters, extensive dunes, thick wild forests located behind the sand, as well as the lack of massive concrete structures. Mainly campers visit the beaches as well as the guests of the nearby resorts, in searching for new inspiring views and opportunities to diversify the Black Sea holiday.Read more… “Lozenets: “Yug” campsite and “Coral” Beach”
Rezovo is the southernmost settlement on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and the border between Bulgaria and Turkey. Tourists visit it mostly because of curiosity to see the Turkish coast, which is just meters away from the Bulgarian coast. As a holiday destination, Rezovo is prefered by those vacationers that are seeking tranquillity, relax and quiet. Indeed, the village of Rezovo is a very modest and peaceful place for a vacation that has become a resort recently. It also has a small secluded beach.
In our estimation, the most interesting in Rezovo is its dramatic cliffs of the coast, as well as the preserved old wooden houses.Read more… “Rezovo – the southernmost bank of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast”
The beautiful beach of Varvara village – with its green slopes decoration, its reefs enclosing it at the southern end, together with its clear waters and tranquillity, unlike the noisy resorts. The beach could instead be called an exotic oasis and paradise and one of the most lovely beaches on the South Black Sea Coast. It is also popular with the name “Wake Up Varvara” because of the bar located here, with its thatched umbrellas and cocktails, which fits perfectly into this picture.Read more… “Varvara village: Black Sea exotics on the beach”
Silistar Beach is the southernmost big beach on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. The hospitable sheltered bay, the wild forest behind the beach, the lack of buildings together with the incredibly clear waters, the elongated rocky capes at both ends make it a favourite beach for the many vacationers who chosen the local area as a holiday destination.
The beach is attractive to both adventurers and vacationers seeking solitude, as there are two completely wild beaches nearby that one can reach along а coastal eco-path. Those are the beaches “Lipite” and “Listi”.
Silistar Beach lays between the resort settlements of Sinemorets (6 km) and Rezovo (7 km) and from the regional city Burgas is 88 km south. Can reach the beach by car, there is also parking in the woods.Read more… “Sinemorets: Silistar Beach”
Ahtopol is the southernmost city on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, located at the foot of the Strandzha Mountain. It is suitable for a quiet and peaceful holiday at sea, together with sightseeing of historical and natural landmarks. Inevitably, walking along the seafront promenade with the fishing pier, the lighthouse and the high rocky shores create dear memories in every visitor, that provokes a desire of returning.Read more… “Ahtopol – romance, sea, history and nature”
Tsarevo city is spread over three bays with steep rocky shores, beautiful beaches and there is a large park by the sea. It offers excellent opportunities for holidays on the Black Sea. Besides, the proximity of Strandzha mountain and the main road that starts from here and leads to Malko Tarnovo provides opportunities for eco walks and exploring the Strandzha traditions and customs in the nearby and famous villages of Brodilovo, Balgari, Kosti and Kondolovo. In case of a more extended stay, one can also visit the nearby Black Sea settlements of Primorsko, Varvara, Ahtopol and Sinemorets to see beautiful seascapes, beaches and to walk on hiking trails in nature.Read more… “Tsarevo – the gate to Strandzha mountain from the Black Sea”
The boat trip will allow you to enjoy the Veleka River’s shores which are vegetation-rich. You will also watch the rare yellow water-lily (Nuphar lutea) and many representatives of a Western Caspian turtle (Mauremys rivulata). On the Veleka River (Bulgaria), the place where you can rent a boat for a trip is at the entrance of the village of Sinemorets (on the Black Sea Coast). After you pass along the steel bridge turn to the right. There is a small pier in immediate proximity to the asphalt road. There you can hire a kayak or get on a boat with a waterman. He also has a role as a guide.
Sinemorets resort has excellent conditions for recreation at sea combined with opportunities for tourist walks around beautiful nature. To this contributes its location on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and the mouth of the Veleka River. The beaches of Sinemorets are among the most beautiful along the Black Sea Coast. Two of them are entirely wild and suitable for those seeking tranquillity and privacy in nature. The 8 km stretch from the mouth of the Veleka River to “Tsarsko kladenche” is acceptable for sailing, which provides opportunities for a motorboat and kayak trip, to observe the rare yellow water lily.
The location of Sinemorets is on the territory of Strandzha Nature Park (the most significant nature park in Bulgaria). Next to the village, there are declared two protected areas with unique natural resources. Read more… “Sinemorets – a paradise for relaxing at sea and adventures.”