Resorts and cities in Varna region

Varna region, located in the eastern part of Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, the second region in size but also one of the oldest documented is the most popular tourist destination during the summer holiday, modern resorts, massive investment in tourism infrastuctura , the emergence of modern resorts and hotels, beaches well maintained and quality services at reasonable prices attract thousands of tourists annually from around Europe for a vacation. If Albena, Balchik and Golden Sands are ideal summer destination for beach lovers and sun, Varna, the largest city of this region also offers excellent conditions for a perfect holiday with family and children.

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Golden Sands

Golden Sands

Golden Sands - the pearl of the Bulgarian coast - the most popular Bulgarian seaside resort, has its name from the word as the finesse and beauty of its sandy beaches. Located just 15 km from Albena and about 18 km from Varna, the resort takes place within the national park "Golden Sands", the attention of environmentalists care.


Albena

Albena

Albena is one of the most beautiful sea resorts on the Bulgarian seaside. Albena is situated only 30 km away from Bulgaria's sea capital Varna. The resort is remarkable for its 6-km long beach. The resort is named after a female character from a tale by Bulgarian writer Yordan Yovkov. Albena is a Bulgarian female given name. Albena is one of the purpose-built resorts on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast and has a uniform and unique architectural style. Many of the hotels are situated on the beach itself, exposed to maximum sunlight and providing direct access to the beach and sea.


St. Konstantin and Elena

St. Konstantin and Elena

St. Constantine and Elena resort is one of the first settlements appeared on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, was built as early as 1908. The oldest resort in Bulgaria can be described in just a few words through delightful parks, private beaches hidden in a series of small coves and cliffs, sand and sunshine. St. Constantine and Elena resort's name comes from the monastery of the same name that was in the area. Note that nowadays the monastery church was converted into a luxury hotel complex. The resort is located near the Golden Sands (10 km), about 9 km from Varna and is considered one of the most exciting resorts on the Bulgarian coast as combining in a very special mountain air, mineral springs and water Sea.


Kavarna

Kavarna

Yacht port town (about two yacht harbors are under construction) Kavarna is situated 48 km from Varna, 38 km from the border with Romania, just 18 km and 30 km from Cape Kaliakra Albena and Golden Sands. The city is located in the north-eastern Bulgaria, embracing the coast, north of the recreation complex Albena. The name comes from the word Karvun city - the name of an independent principality in the fourteenth century. Today the town of Kavarna is where tourism flourishes especially during the summer. Not far from Cape Kaliakra Kavarna is a rocky promontory, over 70 meters high, a tongue of land extending east from the sea over a distance of 2 km.


Balchik

Balchik

Spa town of Balchik is situated on the seaside, at a distance of 501 km from Sofia and 36 km north - east of Varna, near the resort of Albena and the city of Kavarna. History The ancient Thracians are the first inhabitants of the region is Balchik. In the area were found many artifacts 2,000 years old (glass, metal tools, weapons). In the Middle Ages there was a castle here, Cronuj, that protects the city against attacks from the sea. Religion In the central city is the medieval Orthodox Cathedral. Almost all icons have been kept in good condition.


Kranevo Resort

Kranevo Resort

Kranevo is a resort village on the seaside. The sea is shallow and allows safe baths for children. The name of the village comes from Kraneia fortress. Kranevo is a small village 24 kilometers north- east of Varna. It is known as a resort for small kids, where they go for their vacation - many school camps you can find here.


Sunny Day

Sunny Day

Located 10 km north east of Varna - the summer capital of Bulgaria - and 8 km from Golden Sands - Sunny Day is in the vicinity of the first resorts on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast - St. Constantine & Helen. It is a closed-circuit station, where visitors feel special. Lack of road traffic required ensure their silence. All hotels are located on the beach. It is 1 km in length and width from 20 m to 80 m. It is a favorite resort for families but also by tourists who want a quiet holiday to recharge batteries. Golf resort situated at the end of isolation, sandy beaches and is ideal for relaxation and balneology centers and convention halls are ideal for business meetings and treatment.


Byala

Byala

Byala is a small town and seaside resort in Eastern Bulgaria, located on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast in Varna Province. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous Byala Municipality and lies in a semi-mountainous region in the easternmost branches of Stara Planina.


Shkorpilovci

Shkorpilovci

Shkorpilovtsi is a small sea resort, located only 100 m away from one of the most beautiful beaches on the Northern Black Sea coast. Its proximity to the sea capital of Bulgaria – Varna makes it a preferred holiday destination for many Bulgarian and foreign tourists.


Russalka

Russalka

Russalka, the northernmost resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast is situated in an area of ​​spectacular rock and just 325 km from Bucharest, about 50 km from Vama Veche.


Riviera

Riviera

Riviera Holiday Club is located 17 km north-east of Varna, on E-87 international road, and at 27 km from Varna airport. It is very close to Golden Sands resort, both resorts are within minutes walking from each other. Structure with a few modern hotels all located a few meters from the beach and have swimming pools, playgrounds for children, treatment facilities, restaurants, conference halls. In the past, these hotels are owned by the government as a summer residence for its members. The beach is narrow and surrounded by dikes to form several bays.


Varna

Varna

Varna is a city in eastern Bulgaria, situated on the west coast of the Black Sea. It is an important seaport and resort. Varna is called the sea capital of Bulgaria, because Bulgaria is the largest coastal city. Varna has also long been the Bulgarian Navy. Currently, there is a Naval Museum with a museum ship (vessel torpedo Draski). In the sixth century BC in this place, Greek settlers founded Polis Odessa. In 1444, King Ladislaus III of Poland was defeated with his army of crusaders by the Turks at the Battle of Varna. Ladislas III died, receiving over-Varnensis name.


Chaika

Chaika

Chaika resort is situated in northern Bulgaria, between the major resorts of Golden Sands and St. Constantine and Elena, as well as Sunny Day and Riviera resorts. There are only a few miles from the resort. Chaika - resort name means "seagull" is a tiny resort but its advantages, besides silence and isolation, is its proximity to two great resorts: Golden Sands St. Constantine and Elena.


Cape Kaliakra

Cape Kaliakra

Cape Kaliakra is a nature monument of Bulgarian Dobrogea (the Quadrilateral), including a medieval fortress and a nature reserve.


Dobrich

Dobrich

Dobrich is the ninth most populated city in Bulgaria, the administrative centre of Dobrich Province and the capital of the region of Southern Dobrudzha. It is located in the northeastern part of the country, 30 km west of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, not far from resorts such as Albena, Balchik, and Golden Sands. The city is named after the Bulgarian medieval lord of the surrounding region - Dobrotitsa.