16 Feb 2024
Wet & Wild Fun in Bulgaria
Our Guide to Aqua Parks & Hotels with Waterslides in Bulgaria… Bulgaria enjoys such glorious sunny weather a day of fun at an aqua park is a must! Well, we are pleased to say that Bulgaria has plenty of Aqua Parks to choose from. There’s one in Sunny Beach, Nessebar and Albena and many hotels have their own aqua park or waterslides. Here is our guide to aqua parks in Bulgaria... (Aqua Parks) Sunny Beach - Action Aqua Park Action Aqua Park is attached to Hotel Aqua Nevis and anyone can use it. It’s a great day out as it has all types of slides. For thrill seekers there’s the Kamikaze, turbulence or the
01 Feb 2024
Luxury Holidays in Bulgaria
As the true specialist tour operator to Bulgaria, we are the first to say that whatever your budget we have a holiday for you. With that in mind let’s have a look at the luxury end of things in Bulgaria and ask the question, what luxury holidays does Bulgaria offer? Well, we sent a crack team to check out a selection of luxury hotels along the Black Sea coast…(it’s a difficult job, but hey, someone has to do it!). This is what they came back with… First, let’s define luxury. Of course one person’s idea of luxury isn’t the same as someone else’s, but generally we would say a luxury hotel
26 Jan 2024
Get a Taste of Bulgarian Food
We know that All Inclusive Hotels are very popular these days but there is still something special about a day spent on the beach and then going back to your hotel for a shower and then hitting the town for a lovely dinner as the sun sets. This is what helps make holidays special… So, if you are Booking Self Catering or Bed and Breakfast then this blog is for you! There’s a wide choice of restaurants in the resorts we offer. Big restaurants on the beach, restaurants on the main street, small restaurants tucked away in a side street …all of them serving food from all over the world. So, which one do you choose? Well,
11 Jan 2024
There’s Lots to Do on Bulgaria’s Black Sea Coast…
We all look for something different from our holidays, some of us like to relax by the pool or on the beach, some like to explore the local area, or perhaps a bit of both. Whatever you like to do Bulgaria can accommodate you, that’s the beauty of this wonderful country. Your accommodation is also very important and this is where Bulgaria scores highly as there is such a wide choice, more of that later!The largest resort in Bulgaria is Sunny Beach. It is a big resort with so much to do, so how about starting the day with a trip to the beautiful sandy beach? Here you can hire a parasol and a sun lounger or you can find a space where you
23 May 2023
11 Things to Do in Sunny Beach
Sunny Beach is Bulgaria’s most popular beach resort, with its wonderful weather and sandy beach it’s easy to see why. There’s so much to do while you’re on holiday in Sunny Beach, here are some suggestions…    1. A Day at the Beach – It’s named Sunny Beach for a good reason! The beautiful sandy beach stretches for 5kms around the bay, from St Vlas to Nessebar and perfect for chilling out or enjoying the water sports on offer.    2. Visit an Aqua Park – There are two excellent Aqua Parks in and around Sunny Beach. There’s Action Aqua Park which is
14 Apr 2023
Seven Romantic Things to do in Bulgaria
Bulgaria offers so much for a wonderful holiday, including a romantic getaway! Here are some suggestions for two love birds to do on holiday who only have eyes only for each other…     Nessebar Old Town  Take a stroll through the cobbled streets of this historic and beautiful town. Then enjoy a romantic dinner for two in a restaurant overlooking the sea – Romance Rating 5/5    Water Taxi from Nessebar to Sunny Beach  After your romantic meal for two a taxi back to your hotel is nowhere near romantic enough! It has to be the Nessebar Water Taxi that glides across the bay to
20 Oct 2022
History and Adventure in Nessebar
Nessebar is one of those destinations that feels like the complete package. Luxurious hotels and villas are complimented by a vibrant local life and fascinating Old Town. And we haven't even started on the the resort's coastline, which is among the best and most charismatic in Bulgaria. If there's one thing Nessebar is known for, however, it's history. The town contains a great many links to the past and it's well worth exploring these during your time here. Take a look at our some of our favourites below. The Church of Saint Sofia Located in Old Mitropolia, this place of worship was once the centre of an ancient
19 May 2022
Indulge in a couple's trip to Nessebar
The time that we get to spend with our loved ones alone is precious, so it is important to choose the destination for a couple's trip very carefully. Nessebar on the Black Sea coast is perfect for this as it blends the charm of traditional Bulgaria with some pristine beaches, as well as good places to try local food and drinks.     So whether you prefer to walk hand in hand along the sand or while exploring the cobbled streets of the old quarter, you are bound to find the holiday destination to suit your romantic needs. There has been a settlement at Nessebar for 3,000 years, with various
22 Apr 2022
Nessebar - A Historic Slice of Heaven
Situated north of Bourgas and south of the Stara Mountain, Nessebar is a Black Sea coastal resort with a rich history dating back some 3000 years. The old part of the city is located on a small piece of terrain linked to the mainland by a narrow neck of land. The new part of the city is situated on the coastline and has grown significantly over recent years creating invisible borders between Nessebar and the surrounding cities and resorts. Established towards the end of the Bronze Age by the ancient Thracians, Nessebar was originally named Melsambria - the city of Melsas, after its creator. During this time, the city was home to two
03 Mar 2022
Discover 3000 Years of History in Ancient Nessebar
Bulgaria is famed for its beautiful Blue Flag beaches, fun resorts and family holidays, yet just around the corner from Sunny Beach, is the ancient port of Nessebar which can claim to be one of the oldest towns in Europe, dating back an impressive 3,000 years. A UNESCO World Heritage Centre, the old quarter of the town has been preserved as a living museum, displaying cobbled streets and the remains of 40 ancient churches from the medieval and other periods in history. The city’s remains, which date mostly from the Hellenistic period, include the acropolis, a temple of Apollo, an agora and a wall from Thracian fortifications.
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