4-hour boat trip with fishing, lunch and unlimited drinks in Nessebar
Take a 4-hour all-inclusive boat tour from Nesssebar. Enjoy a barbeque prepared on the boat, sip on unlimited drinks then fish and swim in the water.
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Charming villages, cultural traditions and beautiful Balkan scenery are what this off-road adventure are all about. In a powerful 4x4, you'll zoom along the roads, tracks and trails of the countryside to discover real, rural and authentic Bulgaria. There's a typical lunch included, a fascinating folklore show and a tasting of distinctive local Manov honey.The action begins in the scenic surrounds of Strandja Nature Park – Bulgaria's largest protected area. We'll stop for an eco-tour of the pristine forest and you'll find it's home to a rich variety of rare plants, birds and wildlife like reptiles, wild boar and even jackal. Next, we'll head up to the Foundryka Cave, famous for its underground lake.After a typical lunch in Mladezhko village, we'll make our way to Brashljan hamlet for a folklore show performed by women of the village, and a visit to the open-air ethnographic museum and a tasting of locally made honey. Heading back to base, there's a final stop at a waterfall for some time to relax.
What better way to seek out the sights of the former Soviet satellite state than touring in an iconic Trabant. Driving your own classic East German vehicle, you'll hear the history of the area as you drop in at a brandy distillery, a local home and stop for lunch at a lakeside lodge.After a quick briefing and a test-drive, you'll hop in your classic car and be ready to ride. Driving by beautiful Balkan scenery, you'll roll through the rustic villages of Tankovo, Aheloy and Kableshkovo, learning about th region's history as you go. Stop for a snifter of brandy at a distillery and find out how the famous 'rakia' is made before tasting some local honey and seeing a snapshot of local life and traditions in a typical home.Rumbling on along scenic roads, tracks and paths you'll arrive at Forest Lodge for a typical lunch in a rural setting. Once lunch is settled, try your hand at the Lodge's activities - fishing, baking or paintball - before it's time to see what the star of Soviet car production can do as you speed back to base.
Action Aquapark Sunny Beach from Duni and Sozopol
Action Waterpark in Sunny Beach lives up to its name in every way. Get ready for a day out with all the family that takes you whooshing down waterslides, whizzing down flumes and splashing about in activity pools. You'll enjoy all the rides the park has to offer while soaking up the sunshine in fun and friendly surroundings.
Nessebar old town has more cultural riches than anywhere else on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast. Enjoy a private walking tour along its winding streets and alleys fringed with medieval stone houses and churches, some dating back to the 5th century. Learn about the town's ancient history, including its Greek and Roman roots, Byzantine heritage, and Ottoman influences.
A day out at Aquapark Neptun will have the whole family smiling. This fun-packed waterpark is just a stone's throw from Sozopol. Face your fears on extreme slides, grab a mat and fly down the racers, or relax on a sunbed. There's even a splash park for kids. And when you've worked up an appetite, you can take your pick from a huge choice of bars and restaurants, too
Nessebar Guided Tour by Fast Ferry
Packed with ancient towns, historic cities and seafront scenery aplenty, it takes something special to stand out from the crowd on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast – but Nessebar does just that. Discover a maze of cobbled streets, charming churches and delicious cuisine on a tour of this UNESCO-listed town.Your day begins in Sozopol where, you'll hop on the fast ferry towards Nessebar – an ancient seafront settlement that's now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After coming ashore, you'll enjoy a tasty lunch of traditional dishes in a local restaurant, before a guided tour of the town.Wandering the narrow streets of the old quarter, your guide gives you the lowdown on all the must-sees as you feel the history amongst the ancient city walls. With free time to explore, you can stop by a host of charming churches, pick up a bargain or two in the shops and stalls or simply sit back, relax and soak up the atmosphere.
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For an adventure into the Balkan mountains surrounding Sunny Beach, look no further than this extreme off-road excursion in the countryside. You'll journey to the village of Poroy to enjoy panoramic views over the landscape, try some local dishes and take in a host of interesting places along the way.
With its wide neoclassical boulevards and pedestrianised centre, Bourgas is pretty impressive in its own right. And with the best array of stores in this stretch of the Black Sea – it makes for an ideal spot for a day of shopping.You'll be driven from your resort to Bourgas and dropped off in the centre. Stroll the tree-lined streets of the shopping district and take in the sights. Abundant cafés and restaurants – some of which are the best in this region – make for a welcome break. There are also historic churches and museums worth checking out.And if you get shopping out of the way early, head over to the sea garden – a massive area of parkland running the length of the town, with terraces filled with manicured flowerbeds, sculptures and cafés facing onto the sea.
Sozopol Guided Tour by Fast Ferry
Bulgaria's Black Sea coast is a treasure trove of ancient towns, historic cities and natural scenery. With so many places to see, this trip to Sozopol by fast ferry is just the ticket. Departing from Nessbar, the ferry whisks you to explore ancient Sozopol. And to top it all, lunch is included.It's an early start as we head by bus to the harbour at Nessebar to board the ferry. After an hour's cruise on the high-speed passenger catamaran Seacat One you'll be docking in Sozopol. On the ferry there is a bar serving coffee, tea, soft drinks and beer, at your own expense.Arriving in Sozopol, you'll have time for a guided tour and a tasting of regional Bulgarian wines before heading for a traditional lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, make the most of the free time to explore at your own pace. Return from Sozopol to Nessebar by fast ferry in the late afternoon.
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If shopping is your thing, then heaven awaits on this full day tour to the village of Kableshkovo and city of Bourgas. First up is the traditional market in Kableshkovo followed by a visit to a shopping centre in Bourgas. Round off the day with free time in the city centre, where you'll be able to sightsee or rest those limbs after all that shopping.We'll get the tour underway in Kableshkovo – a village where you'll find a market crammed with stalls all stocked with everything Bulgarian – from wine to fresh produce, leather goods and more. Take some time to freely meander from stall to stall before we head to modern shopping Mecca of Bourgas.After the mall, you'll be dropped off in the heart of the city where you can recuperate and explore at your own pace. Stroll through the Sea Garden or take the weight off your feet at one of the waterfront cafés.
Nessebar Old Town Walking Tour
Strolling through Nessebar is perhaps the most culturally enriching experience on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast. This headland, known as the ‘Pearl of the Black Sea', is only slightly larger than the Vatican City yet has many more churches. Ivaylo, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘Nessebar is a living museum – there are monuments here that were built as far back as the 5th century. Due to its strategic location, the town has always been a busy merchant hub. This is why it was here, over 2,500 years ago, that money was invented and first used for trade.'You'll begin with a guided walking tour of the old town, which is crammed onto a narrow peninsula jutting out into the Black Sea. Historians know that there's been a town here for 3,200 years, making it among Europe's oldest. There's so much history packed into the old town that Nessebar is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Relics from the second millennium BC, from classical antiquity and the Middle Ages have been unearthed. There's evidence here that reflects the architectural progress of the whole Balkan and East Mediterranean regions.Winding streets and alleys fringed with characterful timber homes lead you to more than 40 churches dating back as far as Byzantine times. There's also some free time to explore the town on your own, soak up the scenery on a seaside stroll or browse for souvenirs.
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