Abritus is included in the list of the 100 most important Bulgarian tourist sites. In the antique Roman, the village is found the greatest treasure of golden coins in Bulgaria. It weighed four kilograms and counted 835 coins from the 5th century, which were made in the mint of Constantinople, Ravenna, Antioch and Thessaloniki. Due to the fact that the Read more...
All Categories: HotelsAddress: 19 Khan Asparuh Str., 2770
“Adeona Ski and SPA” hotel is a divine place for ordinary people, which offers you wonderful conditions for rest and wellness at any time of the year. The hotel will receive and fascinate you with the exterior architecture, which is typical for the town of Bansko, skillfully combined by our designers with the modern and the luxury in the cozy Read more...
All Categories: HotelsAddress: Admiral Hotel, 9007
The Admiral Hotel – the jewel of the crown of Golden Sands is at only 18 km from Varna in a immediate proximity to the beach. The hotel history begins in 1957 – when was the opening of the hotel, which went by the name Rodina. At the end of 2003 and the beginning of 2004 the Admiral hotel acquires Read more...
Address: Obrochishte village
The grave of the mystical Alevi spiritual leader Ak Yazala Baba in Obrochishte village is now doing miracles, and hundreds of people are convinced so and go to the sacred place for their pains. Muslims worship the saint who lived for real, while for Christians this is where St. Athanasius is doing miracles. Muslims go to the saint’s turban on Monday, Read more...
Address: Golden Sands
Aladzha rock monastery still hides golden treasures and untold riches. Or so says the legend. According to it the cloister in the rocks near the Bulgarian sea resort Golden Sands is founded on the ruins of a city founded by King Philip of Macedonia. And treasure from this period is still waiting to be discovered. According to another legend, the last Read more...
Address: near Gradetz village
A unique custom takes place every year on the second day of Easter at the rock Albutin monastery. Near the village, Gradec in Vidin region every year on that day people gather to play the traditional Bulgarian dance horo to honor the dead. This must be played for the deceased who died between the past and the current Easter. If Read more...
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