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Bulgaria's Top Beaches


Bulgaria is famous for its lovely Black sea coastline with nice, sandy beaches, which can vary from lively and sports-facilitated beach stripes to calm and beautiful campsites.

No matter what type of tourist you are: family tourist, adventure tourist or the typical sun, sand and sea tourist, you will be happy to find out that there is a variety of beaches, which can answer to your criteria. 
Some of the beaches offer the traditional facilities like parasols, sun-beds, barbeque restaurants, bungee jumping, trampolines, and bananas riding, while others offer even more attractive sports like parachuting above the sea, surfing, diving or kiteboarding.
Either way, just have a cocktail, put the glasses on and enjoy your deserved holiday.

1. Sunny Beach – Sunny Beach offers not just 8km fine, golden sand and calm sea. The real charm of Sunny Beach is its nightlife and party time. The resort offers countless beach bars and nightclubs along the promenade. Young people from all over choose the resort during the summer months to unwind and have a good time. Here you can attend at the best beach parties with DJs from all over Europe.

2. Goldens Sands – the resort is famous for the purest sand on the Black Sea coast and offers something for everyone. At certain points the beach is almost 100 metres wide, so there’s plenty of space to relax and unwind. 
The resort is abundant in lush vegetation and with the numerous bushes and trees it resembles a real park. The mineral water running out of several big pipes onto the beach, as well as the marvellous wood bordering the Frangen Plateau turn Golden Sands into one of the pearls of the Bulgarian Black Sea coast.

3. Albena Beach - Albena is a Blue Flag winning resort, ideal for family holidays. It is located away from the hustle bustle and is calm and green. The beach is up to 500 metres wide and is nice and fine-grained. The sea bottom descends slowly ay a small inclination. It is a nice place for people, who like sunbathing, but try to avoid the heats, as long as air temperature in the summer is around 25°C and there are typical light refreshing winds from the sea. There are many sport entertainments: water skiing, boat-driving banana riding, water skiing, para-sailing, yachting, surfing, jets, underwater fishing, beach volleyball.

4. Dyuni Beach at Dyuni Holiday Village, near Sozopol
Dyuni Holiday Village is located 40 m south of the city of Bourgas and 7 km south of Sozopol. The 4.5 km long and up to 100 m wide beach is covered with fine golden sand and natural sand dunes. The beach is hilly and forested, the sea is safe and calm, with a gradually sloping bottom, enabling even small children to safely splash about in the water. The bay is naturally sheltered against northern winds, making it an ideal place for all kinds of water sports. From early spring till late autumn the air carries the unique fragrance of both sea and forest. Dyuni Vacation Complex offers 7 tennis courts and a couple of swimming pools at guests’ disposal.

5. Lozenets - Lozenets is one of the places that you can spend your time lying on the golden sand beach and relaxing in cozy hotels. You can have fun surfing the waves or to take real adventure trip among the wild nature of the surrounding areas. Lozenets offers whatever you want - calm rest or extreme excitements and you will spend a lovely holiday there. 

6. Primorsko – Primorsko offers 10 kilometers-sandy beach is amongst the longest on the Bulgarian Black sea coast. It is known for a place preferred by young people who come here and stay in big number of rest homes, hostels, student dorms and campgrounds. 
The sand is fine and golden and the sea has a sandy bottom, shallow and warm. Tourist attractions are: going on a boat cruise, yacht cruise, underwater fishing.

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