Interesting places near BurgasThe coastal region of Burgas has an important tourist offer that has been growing in recent years. If we visit the area and plan to spend a few days in the area
Tourist resortsTo the north of Burgas lies what is known as the “Slantchev Bryag” or Sunshine Coast and is notable for its The town is a starting point for visits to the local seaside resorts: the Slantchev Bryag resort and the Elenite holiday village in the north, and in the south, the Duni holiday resort, known for its unique architectural composition.
Of all the towns along the Black Sea coast, the most interesting, both touristically and historically speaking, is Nesebar.
35 kilometres north of Burgas, the town is situated on a small peninsula surrounded by an imposing 3rd century city wall and is located on what is known as the “Slanchev Briag” or Sunshine Coast because of its beaches and the sun tourism offer of the region…
The city, founded by the Thracians in the 2nd century BC, has been occupied by the Romans, Byzantines, Ottomans and Bulgarians. The winding alleys of the town allow you to climb to the top of the hill past beautiful traditional houses that have stood the test of time.
But if there’s one thing you can’t miss in Nesebar, it’s its churches, which have earned the city a UNESCO World Heritage Site designation.
The best way to get from Burgas to Nesebar is to bus and car, which takes 40 minutes and costs 3 Leva.
It is a charming fishing village situated on a small peninsula 35 kilometres south of Burgas.
It is a tourist enclave of traditional style houses. In the past it was a holiday destination for painters, writers and bohemian people, a character that is still preserved today and that can be appreciated by strolling through its narrow streets.
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