Things are improving in Bulgaria. Malko po malko, that is little by little the Bulgarian road system is improving with more and more highways opened. The Sofia-Burgas highway is ready since summer 2013. Be warned to have your car filled-up with petrol before you pass Plovdiv on your way to Burgas or before you leave Burgas on the way to Sofia. Our last test showed no stations on the highway between these cities. Only solution is to head into the country side.
The Pernik-Dupnitsa highway also opened in summer 2013. Now we anxiously wait for the opening of the Dupnitsa-Kulata stretch expected in 2015. Read more
The Gorno Ezerovo Monastery of St. Mary is located between the neighborhoods Meden Rudnik and Upper Ezerovo in Bourgas near the village of Cherni Vrah.
According to the legend the building of the Monastery of St. Mary goes back to the 12 century.
The monastery was built near a former Thracian sanctuary of healing springs, each of which has a different chemical composition and medicinal properties. Read more
With its strategic location, with its air and sea ports Burgas is the fourth largest city in Bulgaria, situated on the southern Black Sea coast 384 kilometers from Sofia.
The city is a starting point for visiting the seaside resorts in the area – Sunny Beach, Elenite to the north and Dyuni holiday village to the south. Read more
Tsarevo is situated 72 km south of Burgas. It lies over two small peninsulas, bordering a beautiful inlet.
There is an international port for medium-sized passenger and cargo ships.
Many private lodgings provide accommodation during the summer. The prices are low in Tsarevo due to the resort’s relatively lower popularity in comparison to the other seaside resorts. Read more
Ravda is a small resort village, 5 km from Sunny Beach and 30 kilometers north of Burgas.
Ravda has several beaches, almost reaching Nesebar to the north. The sand is fine and clean.
A range of sea sports is at tourists’ disposal. The air is clear and fresh because of the lack of industrial facilities in the vicinity. Read more