St. Anastasia Island - details and images
St. Anastasia Island is a Bulgarian island located in the Black Sea. It is located 1.5 km from the coast, near Chernomorets, 12 meters above sea level and covered a territory of one hectare. It is the only island inhabited by the Bulgarian Black Sea coast.
The island is supplied with electricity and drinking water. It is named after the loading of the monastery of St. Anastasia located on it. The monastery existed since the Middle Ages and was rebuilt during the 18th-19th centuries. An abandonment abandoned in 1923, when an island was transformed into a closure.
Today on the island you must find a place, a museum, a restaurant and guesthouses. The island is said to be buried here like a pirate kayak
The island is a special natural beauty and full of archaeological and historical sites. The island can be accessed by boat from Burgas, from the barbarian in front of the Sea Gardens.
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