Bulgarian Beaches on the Black Sea have been famous with Eastern European for decades.
When the Soviet Empire existed, people from other communist countries with no possibility of going to Western Europe or the rest of the world used to flock to Bulgaria for their holidays.
Bulgaria is famous for its nice sandy beaches. Its Beaches are divided into southern and northern along the shoreline.
In the south temperatures are a bit higher than at the north. But during summer in Europe they are all adorable.
Nessebar is a town on a peninsula on the shores of the Black Sea
Nessebar Bulgaria is on a rocky peninsula. The Old town of Nessebar is a tourist attraction by itself. It offers several nice beaches near town plus the Sunny Beach resort only 2 km from Nessebar.
There are ancient buildings in this peninsula dating to the 11th to 14th Century mostly churches like the Christ Pantokrator church built in the 10th century. Some of the churches have stunningly beautiful facades and interiors and are among the best preserved ones in the Balkan Peninsula.
Nessebar beach resort extends over a small peninsula. It lies 37 km northeast of Burgas. Its beach is considered to be one of the finest along the Black Sea coast due to a large sandy strip of land between the town and the village of Ravda, covered with clean golden sand.
Varna is Bulgaria's largest city on the Black Sea
Varna is Bulgaria’s largest city on the Black Sea. It’s a cosmopolitan city and a nice one to stroll through; Baroque, turn of the century and contemporary architecture pleasantly blended with shady promenades and a handsome seaside garden.
It is the main port for both naval and commercial shipping. It is a close neighbor to the popular coastal resorts of Golden Sands, St Constantine and Helena, and Albena.
Varna is also the host city of numerous prestigious cultural events. The city lies in the Bay of Varna, nestled in a deep valley. It is over 11 km long, while its width, including newly erected residential quarters, is nearly 9 km.
The city’s structure resembles an amphitheater as it follows the curves of the Bay of Varna. It is surrounded by gardens, vineyards and groves.
Burgas the country's most important Sea port on the Black Sea
Burgas Bulgaria is the country’s fourth largest city, situated in the southeastern part of the country.
It is the most important sea port of Bulgaria on the Black Sea.
The weather here is mild and the city is an important center of industry.
Even though it’s not famous as a beach resort like Nessebar it features a few beaches that we are mentioning here.
Burgas serves as a starting point; its airport is where most of the flights with tourists arrive during summer.
Cacao Beach on the shores of the Black Sea
A few of the most famous Bulgarian Beaches
Albena Beach Club on the Black Sea, Bulgaria
You’ll find many sports facilities like water skiing, boat driving, banana riding, parasailing, yachting, surfing, jets, underwater fishing and beach volleyball. This beach is calm and green and perfect for relaxed vacations.
Its shallow waters are ideal for small children. It is a naturally sheltered bay protected from strong winds making it great for water sports of all kinds.
Primorsko is one the longest of Bulgarian Beaches on the Black Sea
It features golden sands and the waters are shallow, warm and calm. This is the ideal start for a boat ride, yacht cruise or fishing adventure.
The beach has special fees for campers, renting of tents and parking fees. It features a few restaurants, restrooms and showers. To summarize this beach is for young students and camp lovers.
Shkorpilovtsi Beach is the longest and widest beach in Bulgaria
Enjoy the Bulgarian Beaches like the Europeans have been doing for centuries.
For more information visit Bulgaria Tourism
Map of the Bulgarian Beaches on the Black Sea
Image Credits for bulgarian beaches:
nessebar by minxan opera
burgas by zourich
primorsko by boby dimitrov
All courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
The resorts images are courtesy of the resorts mentioned.