It's summer! It's time for sea, emotions and more! It's time for exciting summer experiences filled with whisper of waves, cry of gulls, a light sea breeze and a a sense of uniqueness and life enjoyment. If we add a little adventure to this, we will achieve only one - exciting and memorable vacation, unexpected passions, beautiful memories and a feeling of summer, experienced in a non-standard and unique way!
The town of Sozopol is one of Bulgaria's pearls. Mystical, interesting, exciting, beautiful, magic ... and more ... and more. For Sozopol words are never enough. Sozopol is the oldest town on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. Situated on several small peninsulas in the southern part of the Bourgas Bay, one of the oldest Bulgarian towns is considered to be the direct successor of the Greek colony Apollonia.
Primorsko is one of the famous Black Sea resorts, which becomes more and more popular. It is located in Southeastern Bulgaria, only on 50 km from the big district of Bourgas. The town is situated on a peninsula, at the foot of the Strandjan peaks. If you look at bird's eye, we will find that Primorsko is taken to the Black Sea and its beautiful beaches lie between the Stamopolu lagoon and the unique Devil's Bay.
"In love with the wind"! Sounds beautiful and romantic, is not it?!
This inscription will welcome you at the entrance of the most romantic and exotic place on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. The year is 1996, and the place is the village of Ravadinovo, Municipality of Sozopol. This is the year when Bulgarians Georgi Tumpalov started the realization of his childhood`s dream - the first sod in the construction of the castle from a fairy tale.
Ropotamo Reserve is located about 50 km away south of Bourgas. It is extremely rich in a wide variety of biotopes, as well as many interesting and unique natural sites - the river Ropotamo, the Arkutino marsh and beautiful dense forests, various rock phenomena, wetlands, swamps and others.
In 2003, Ranuli's ancient sanctuary, called Beglik Tash, was discovered. It is located at the mouth of the Ropotamo River and is the longest inhabited area in the area. According to historians, this is one of the largest city-fortresses in Bulgaria, which was a district center during the Middle Ages. The walls of Ranuli, towering on the hill, now surround about 8 acres.