Nessebar, Burgas
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Posted almost 5 years ago
Nessebar
A sea town by the Black Sea in Bulgaria , offering unforgettable summer holidays. The UNESCO heritage site of Old Nessebar is ideal for travellers enjoying nature, cobbled streets and old authentic and ethnic houses and shops. A stroll into Nesebar with a cone of gelato will ensure the hours pass by without effort! The beaches in Nesebar are pristine and the sand the finest to touch. Night life is also varied and caters for all tastes and situations. Families can enjoy fine meals in the many traditional Bulgarian restaurants and the party types can join the crowds of the many night clubs in neighbouring Sunny Beach. A boat trip during the day to Bourgas or Sunny Beach will ensure great sea breeze touches your skin and hair whilst enjoying one of the finest views over the 400 kms coastline. Nesebar is best enjoyed with your family, friends or loved ones in months of May- Sept with the high season being July - Aug and temperatures of 38C.
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