Tag: Varna


Varna CathedralVarna, often referred to as the sea capital of Bulgaria, is the third largest city in the country.

Milesian Greek founded Varna and and named it Odessus in the 6th century BC; later, it became Thracian and then Roman.

In AD 681, it joined the First Bulgarian Empire (c. 679-1018) and was renamed VarnaRead more


KavarnaThe last couple of years the town of Kavarna became popular as “the rock capital of the Balkans” thanks to the yearly rock festival, organized from the mayor of the town –Tsonko Tsonev.

Over 40 world famous rock bands were guests of the stadium – Dio, Manowar, Deep Purple, Scorpions, Accept, Slayer, Nazareth, Billy Idol, Whitesnake and Saxon are just a part of the bands, played in Kavarna.

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Saints Constantin and Elena

St. St. Konstantin and Elena

Saints Constantine and Elena is the oldest resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast and is just 9 km. north-east from Varna. More than 50 hotels in the resort offer accommodation. Read more


Riviera Holiday Club

Riviera Holiday Club is top-class resort place only 17 km north of Varna and close to the complex Golden Sands /Zlatni Pyasatsi/.

Riviera Holiday Club consists of 6 hotels that offer luxury and comfort.

The beach is private and full of sports and recreation facilities. There is also a beautiful park with old trees and mineral water springs. Read more

Golden Sands (Zlatni Pyasatsi)

Yachtport Golden Sands VarnaGolden Sands Resort (Zlatni Pyasatsi) is the largest resort on the northern Black Sea coast.

Golden Sands is situated 18 km. north-east from Varna.

Golden Sands is famous for its mineral springs and summer parties.

The resort’s beach strip is 3,5 km. long and up to 100 m. wide.

There are 4 five-, 16 four-, 38 three- and 22 two-star hotels, holiday clubs, two villa complexes and 10 luxury villas. Read more