My first pomegranate tree
During my short trip in Nessebar I saw my first pomegranate tree ! Nice colored just good to pick up from the tree . Passiflora was blooming on the wooden fences .I had this flower on my balcony and it's quit hard to look after .I saw a huge fig tree near a church . I'll always return with great pleasure to Nessebar because I'm sure that I'll discover another new thing .
Fishmarket in Nessebar
From Marieta Palace Hotel we walked to old Nessebar about 15 min. First arriving in old Nessebar we saw the fishermen in the wright part of the road . They were selling all kind of fish products : plaice , cod - fish , salted fish , tin fish . Salted fish were hanging on and the wind rotated them with a considerable speed . Cats were all around trying to get some fish :-)
A camera is a must to bring with you during your visit to Nesebur. A swim suite can also be handy as the new Nesebur has a sandy beach from which sunbathers can contemplate old Nesebur's charming shoreline. The beach also features a gentle slope from shallow to deep water as well as chair and umbrella rentals. Six kilometers up the road is the mega-resort of Sunny Beach.
Take a break!
You can have lunch in any restaurant for 3-5 €.
Other prices are:
coffee (ka’fe): 0.20-0.50 €
juice (sok): 30 cents
beer (‘bira): 0.25-0.50 €
1.5l of bottled water (vo’da): 0.25 € Shopska salata is everyone's favourite salad, so here's the recipe.
200g white cheese (sirene)
oil and salt
Chop the onion and parsley up into small pieces and salt.Slice the tomatoes and cucumbers and mix everything with onion and oil. Leave in the fridge for 2 hours and sprinkle with Bulgarian crumbly white cheese before you serve it.
The charming streets of Nessebar
It is still possible to escape the throngs of tourists and discover the quiet back streets of Nessebar's old town.
The town provides a maze of narrow streets between traditional houses and ancient churches, which are practically free from traffic.