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Sea Tourism

The Bulgarian Black Sea coast is 378 km long. About 70 beaches with total area of 9 million square kilometers spread along the coast. Some of them are quite large, so hundreds of visitors can enjoy the hot sun there; others are small and calm, cuddled inside picturesque bays with incredible scenery. Steep watersides have formed at many places – perfect spots for lovers of romance, fishing and diving…

The Black Sea water has low content of salt. This, along with its moderate temperature (22-24 0C in summer), makes it especially nice for swimming and bathing. The tides are insignificant. There are no strong water currents, nor dangerous animals or water plants that could be any threat to the health and life of the tourists.

Several picturesque rivers flow into the Black Sea. Their creeks are surrounded by thick, cool, moisture-loving woods. Some of these rivers are floatable for small jet boats, so they offer the tourists unforgetable boat rides along the stream. The numerous seaside lakes – lagoons and firths, are shelters for a huge variety of rare plants and animal species, especially birds. Some of them keep large findings of curative mud, which, in combination with the hundreds of minerals springs along the coast, puts Bulgaria into one of the top places in Europe for richness of balneo-curative resources.

The Black Sea resorts offer excellent holiday conditions, inexhaustible opportunities for having fun and exciting challenges.