Coastal Bulgaria holidays – Working is part of man’s nature. Relaxing is as well. Some love the silence, peacefulness of the mountain while others are absolute lovers of the water, and noisy places with many people. They love the scent of the sea, the sound of the waves. They also love the endlessness of the water, the always hungry seagulls… To them we recommend coastal Bulgaria holidays.
Not until the 1960’s was the Black Sea coastline of Bulgaria developed for mass tourism. At first, mainly the officials of the Communist party benefitted from the few resorts. Soon after that new and sophisticated resorts began to appear quickly attracting tourists from all over the world. Also, the Bulgarian seaside is generally thought of as one of the most reasonable and affordable summer destinations in Europe. In addition to it, the beautiful nature and moderate and pleasant climate make it preferable for any taste.
Whether you are a peacefulness-seeker, a person who needs a quiet place with good family facilities or somebody who loves a relaxing recreational experience… While for the energetic, young clubbers Bulgarian coast has its many clubs, discos, cafes. Especially Sunny beach, the largest Bulgarian resort, is famous with its popular clubs and parties. Every summer world-famous celebrities and DJs visit the place to give performances. That, as well as the many small hotels, apartment-hotels and big luxurious complexes, make the resort a favourite place for Bulgaria Black Sea holidays.
Coastal Bulgaria Holidays – the two ‘faces’ of your coastal Bulgaria holidays
Divided into two parts – Northern and Southern part, due to the Balkan Mountains that cross the country, the Black Sea coastline has two ‘faces’. One of the ‘faces’ is rough – this is the northern coast. Parts of it feature rocky highlands. While the other ‘face’ is softer with its wide sandy beaches. Whichever face you choose for your holidays in Bulgaria, you won’t regret. What is more, you can combine coastal holiday with adventure Balkan tours. Not far from the seaside, in the countryside, are the alluring mountains.
The Bulgarian Black Sea coast has the impressive 378 km of shore line. The northern coast starts where the Balkan Range runs into the sea at Cape Emine and runs north to Cape Sivriburun at the Romanian border. The southern Black Sea coast runs south from Cape Emine to the village of Resovo on the Turkish border.
There are places in both parts that worth to be seen during your coastal Bulgaria holidays – Cape Emine, Cape Kaliakra – a nature reserve that sits on the major Via Pontica bird migration route, a Medieval Fortress can be seen there, as well; Euxinograd – a former 19-th century Bulgarian royal summer palace and park on the Black Sea; Nessebar – UNESCO World Heritage Site; Sozopol – known for the Apollonia Art and Film Festival and many other.