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Kavarna - Bulgaria's Rock Capital

beachsunsetKavarna used to be no more than a small fishing port aside a man-made stretch of beach where local people congregated in summer to party on the sands and listen to rockmusic.

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St Konstantin and Elena, Bulgaria

st konstantin and elenaSt Konstantin and Elena, Bulgaria is just 10 km north of Varna, there is a small, quiet, lush green beach resort with some fantastic spa facilities. St Konstantin and Elena have a striking character different to all of the other Bulgarian beach resorts; it lies amidst a beautiful, verdant, natural park scented with century old fig, cypress and lime trees, along a coastline strewn with small, discreet bays and tall cliffs creating a paradise for those who love to fish or dive. It also boasts a precise microclimate, high in calming light-weight negative ions and an abundance of mineral springs making it the perfect place for those looking to relax or indulge in specific healing spa treatments.

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The Delights of the Black Sea Bulgaria - Sozopol

sozopolharbourSozopol lies 31 km from Bourgas city, and its closest international airport. Located on the southern part of the Bulgarian Black Sea, a major seaside resort and favoured by thousands of tourists from Bulgaria and Eastern Europe every summer until now. A growing number of tourists from other European countries and Russia are discovering the charming former fishing town, steeped in culture and history.

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Nature’s Gift, Primorsko

a beautiful coastlineA popular summer destination for tourists from all over the world, Primorsko and its nature on the southern Black Sea coast offers a warm temperate climate, scenic environment and roots dating back to 1 BC. There is much to see and do in this area making it an ideal base for those looking for a peaceful family holiday to those visitors who want more than just a resort. The town is located between the Stamopolo and the Diavolski bays amidst a varied and scenic landscape consisting of dense forests and beaches covered in parts with rare plant life; in fact this is one of the few places on the coast that you can see some wonderful sand dunes. Off the coast you can spot dolphins and monk seals as you bask in the warm and friendly atmosphere of the local population who will ensure that your stay in this delightful seaside town is both pleasant and memorable.

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St Vlas - luxury and style on the coast

Yacht Marina, St Vlas, BulgariaA luxurious beach resort located at the foot of the southern end of the Balkan Mountains (often referred to as the Stara Planina Mountains) in the calm Bourgas Bay makes it the only place on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast where all of the beaches face directly south. Its reputation as an up-market tourist resort is growing as it continues to provide a chic alternative to neighbouring Sunny Beach. It is now home to Bulgaria's largest yacht marina and attracts a great deal of wealthy new tourists as a consequence. St Vlas' beaches are almost two km in length and 16 metres in width. In 2007, the beach was extended using rocks and sand dug out during the construction of the marina. St.Vlas itself is a small town with just over 3,800 inhabitants. It lies 4 km north of Bulgaria's largest coastal resort Sunny Beach and 9 km away from the historical town of Nessebur.

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Smolyan - home of Orpheus

surrounded by mountainsSmolyan lies at the very heart of the one of Bulgaria’s most awesome mountain ranges, the Rhodope Mountains with its fantastic views and laid-back pace of life, quaint mountain villages still rooted in tradition and close proximity to arrange of good ski pistes and all of this set against the magnificent backdrop of the Rhodope Mountain range covered in rich green pine and spruce. This is a haven for nature lovers, with clean, fresh air scented with pine and a diverse range of flora and fauna from rabbits and squirrels, deer, foxes, wild goats, grouse to brown bears and wolves and kingfishers and golden eagles soaring through the skies. Winters are mild with plenty of snow and sun and summers are cool with beautiful blue skies. At night the star spangled skies are clear and perfect for romantic evenings dining and chatting al fresco.

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Pamporovo Ski Resort

pamporovo ski resortBulgaria's - Pamporovo ski resort is in the heart of the Rhodope mountains. It is the sunniest Bulgarian mountain resort with wonderful snow throughout the whole season. The specific combination of natural conditions makes the resort beautiful in winter as well as in summer.

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Skiing in Bulgaria's - Borovets

brilliant borovetsBorovets lies on the northerly slope of the Rila Mountains at an altitude of 1350 m. It is Bulgaria's biggest and most popular purpose-built ski resort and much has been invested into extending and improving the facilities here that it now easily competes with Western counterparts.Borovets is easily accessible from the capital Sofia, being only 73 km away. It also also only 125km from Plovdiv, which makes it an easy destination by air as both Plovdiv and Sofia have international airports. Nearby Samokov is a mere 12 km away.

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Balchik, the White Stone Town

balchik palace bulgariaBalchik’s incredible view out across the Black Sea so impressed the ancient poet Ovid that he wrote "O white stone town, I salute thee for thy inimitable beauty!" Balchik has been known as the White Town for centuries because majestic white limestone cliffs surround the quaint historic town centre and seaport.

The area is surrounded by a variety of secluded bays with quaint names like Shepherds beach, Golden Fish White rock.

The town has a population of 13,561 and lies directly on the northern coast in the southern Dobruzha.

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Along the Southern Black Sea

sinemorets on the black sea bulgariaThe forceful attraction of the southern Black Sea coast of Bulgaria is its wonderful bays and spacious beaches with sand dunes. The main modern holiday resorts are there, including the famous Sunny Beach, but there are other less well known parts to explore of this utterly charming coastline. This area is the best choice for scenic bays and vast dazzling beaches, small romantic peninsulas and picturesque small old towns.

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