Bulgaria / Bulgarian Riviera South (Burgas) / Sunny Beach
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Heidi, traveling as a couple in September 2019
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- 8- or 15-day flight with renowned airline in economy class to Burgas and back
- Rail&Fly 2nd class including ICE use
- Transfer airport – hotel – airport
- 7 or 14 nights in a double room at the 4-star Club Hotel Sunny Beach
- All Inclusive
- German speaking tour guide
Summer, sun, beach & more – this is what the popular holiday region Sonnenstrand on the Balkan peninsula on the Black Sea promises. The 8 kilometre long sandy beach, which is also up to 100 metres wide, leaves nothing to be desired. From sunbathing to numerous water sports activities – here everyone will certainly get his money’s worth. The promenade, where countless beach bars, clubs and restaurants vie for your attention, also promises a varied stay. The hinterland invites you to explore its large mountain massifs, deep gorges with crystal-clear rivers, dense forests and hidden monasteries. Culture lovers are drawn to the neighbouring towns of Nessebar (approx. 5 km) and Burgas (approx. 30 km). Enjoy a sunny break and let yourself be enchanted by the Bulgarian cuisine!
Your holiday hotel:
The 4-star Club Hotel Sunny Beach (Landeskat.) is centrally located, but still quiet and only 100 m from the beach and the promenade (center-sun beach: 500 m). In the immediate vicinity there are many shopping and entertainment facilities, bars and restaurants. The modern complex consists of 3 houses and has a reception hall, lifts, free WLAN in the lobby, buffet restaurant, bars, 3 pools with sun terrace (sunbeds and umbrellas by the pool included, on the beach for a fee). The sports and leisure offer includes volleyball, football, bowls, table tennis, darts, fitness room, aerobics, aqua gymnastics and 6 x per week animation. For a fee: hotel’s own wellness centre with massage treatments, sauna and steam bath as well as water sports facilities on the beach (local providers).
Hotel, wellness & leisure facilities, some for a fee.
The friendly furnished double rooms (min. 1/max. 2 full payers) are equipped with shower, hairdryer, air conditioning, TV, telephone, safe, mini fridge and balcony.
Breakfast, lunch and evening buffet, snacks (12-14 o’clock), coffee/tea and pastries (by the hour), ice cream, local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks such as soft drinks, water, beer, house wine, cocktails, spirits (11-23 o’clock).
Supplement double room for single occupancy per week € 39.- (May) or € 149.- (June-September)
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Bulgaria has become a popular holiday destination in the last fifteen years. The Black Sea coast has miles of golden sandy beaches that young and old alike appreciate. The varied range of water sports and the famous discotheques are particularly popular with young people. Goldstrand, Bulgaria’s Riviera, is at the top of their list of favourites. Older travellers like to come to Sveti Konstantin or the surrounding villages for wellness or spa treatments. The mild climate in combination with the wide range of sports and leisure activities offers an ideal basis for relaxation. Small children are well looked after in the hotels and spend their holidays bathing and building sand castles.
Apart from the beauty of the coastline, the mountains, the national parks and the natural parks provide a stunning backdrop for nature lovers. Rare animals range from eagles to red deer. The Strandscha Nature Park is located in the south of Bulgaria near the Black Sea coast and includes the mountains of the same name. It has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Furthermore, there are countless cave systems in a mountain range in the southern interior, the Rhodopes. Some of these underground cave systems are more than 2,000 years old and are connected by small lakes. The Jagodina Cave is interesting for tourists as it is one of the longest caves in the country with an extension of about ten kilometres and is open to visitors. But also a walk in the hinterland near the coast is worthwhile. Fruit and wine growing as well as forests make the surroundings attractive.
Culture enthusiasts also find their destination in Bulgaria. Bulgaria’s varied history is reflected in ancient Roman and Byzantine legacies. Nessebar is worth a visit. The population is as diverse as the history. Bulgarians and other Balkan peoples live alongside Turks and Roma. Orthodox Christians and their churches are mainly encountered, but every tenth inhabitant of Bulgaria is a Muslim. The Aladja Monastery is only a few kilometres away from Varna and Goldstrand. It is amazing how the monastery is integrated into the rock. A crypt and a chapel can be visited. In Varna itself, the cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary convinces. The traveller can already see the onion towers from a distance, inside the splendour is overwhelming.
Bulgaria is a destination for all ages and travel desires.
Albena means vacation. The wide, golden sandy beach is ideal for bathing. Along the beach promenade, strolling past souvenir shops, restaurants and bars is a suitable pastime.
Burgas should not only be remembered by travellers for its (airport) port. Countless galleries, theatres and an opera house are signs of the cultural diversity of the country’s fourth largest city. The three-nave cathedral of the “Holy Brothers Kiril and Methodius” is worth a visit. Above all, the sea garden offers a beautiful sight. This park is home to an open-air theatre, where concerts and other performances take place alternately in summer. For the more adventurous, a paragliding flight offers a bird’s eye view of the city and the sea.
Goldstrand deserves its name. The golden sand stretches over several kilometres in length and up to a hundred metres in width, where tourists and locals bask in the sun. Numerous opportunities for going out and shopping are waiting to be tested. In the lovely hinterland a walk between vineyards and woods is worthwhile.
Not far from Burgas lies the historic small town of Nessebar. The old town rests on the offshore island, which is connected to the mainland by a dam. An ancient fortress wall has been preserved. Worth seeing are the Greek Orthodox and Byzantine churches and their remains. Houses with clad wooden facades from more recent times are another eye-catcher. UNESCO had every reason to make the rocky peninsula a World Heritage Site.
Plovdiv, the second largest city of the country on the Rhodope Mountains, is one of the oldest in Europe. An amphitheatre from the 2nd century is used today for productions. The Dzumaja Mosque offers non-Muslims an insight into the life of the inhabitants of the Muslim faith. Many houses are built in the style of the Bulgarian national rebirth.
As a health resort began the boom of Sveti Constantine. Numerous thermal springs attracted visitors and still do today. Strolling through the park is as popular as ever. However, the image as an exclusive health resort is outdated. Nowadays, Sveti Konstantin has become interesting for all age groups with the expansion of tennis courts, sports halls and water sports.
Varna should not be reduced to the beautiful beach and the largest port of the country. The ruins of a thermal baths, built by the Romans for their healing springs, and numerous churches, such as the Cathedral of the Mother of God, with its amazing murals and wooden ceilings, are worth a visit. For families the highlight of Varna is the sea garden. The zoo, the planetarium and the dolphinarium are next to the park a full day program.