Pollo Resort

near Cacao Beach, Nessebar, Bulgaria
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Forum Posts

beach

by lmpeap

I am going to Nesebar soon, what is the beach like,
is the sea ok to swim in. Also where is the best place toget an authentic Bulgarian meal. Thankyou.

Re: beach

by MrMooo

Hi,

Nessebar is a beautiful spot on the Black Sea, one of the nicest towns in all of Bulgaria. The beach is good for swimming, the water should be warm in summer but can fluctuate a lot after (rare) stormy weather. Lots of great places for authentic Bulgarian food, the town is old and densely packed with cafes, restaurants, markets, food stalls, souvenir shops etc.

Lot of photos can be found by searching 'Nessebar' on Google (click Images). You'll no doubt find lots of info in VT travel pages too. Have a nice trip.

Re: beach

by visitBG

Hi! Nessebur is very beatufful town ( http://get.info.bg/visit/Dir.asp?d=0-1-Nessebur ) - there are old and new part of the town. But for beach I recomend you Sunny beach - the resort is contiguous to the town of Nessebur

Travel Tips for Nesebar

Old Nesebar

by SoulFisher

And this is the old town seen from the mainland.

The old town is the historic and cultural spot of the tourist region of Nesebar-Sunny Beach.

It is well worth a visit even if it's for a day, despite the crowds in the summer months. There are historic sites built by Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Bulgars plus many 19th century revivalist wooden houses.

It's more expensive than elsewhere in Bulgaria and I think it is destined to become another (albeit a lot smaller) overpriced Venice.

Have a look at The Church of Christ Pantocrator

by Nobbe

Have a look at The Church of Christ Pantocrator. The best-preserved church at Nesebur, with its colorful exterior of red brick, white marble and glazed polychrome ceramic inlays. It currently houses an art gallery.

The Church St. Paraskeva

by timada

The Church St. Paraskeva / XIII-XIV c./ is a single nave church, 15 m by 6 m in size, with a nartex. A pentagonal apse is jutting out to the East. The church is built of stone and bricks in rows. The Southern and northern facades are ornamented with blind arches which drums are richly decorated. The motives are fish bone, sun zigzag, checker board etc. are made of stone and bricks too. Over them decorative ornaments - round and glazed saucers are walled in. Result of later reconstruction, the roof of the church has two slopes. It is a typical cruciform church- the roof is formed as a cross and above it, in the central part, there is a drum with a dome. In the past there has been a bell-tower over the nartex. Its existence is proved by the stone stairway inside between the naos and the nartex.

Adapted from www.marinapalace.bg

Church St. Stephen

by Childish

The church St. Stephen is also known as The New Metropolitan. It was initially built in the end of the 9th century and then reconstructed first in the 16th and then in 18th century. The frescoes are impressive. The church is an example of the Bulgarian medieval architecture.
Currently the church of St. Stephen is closed for renovations till the end of 2008.

Church St. Spass

by Childish

This small church was built in the beginning of 17th century. The eastern facade was half dig in the ground.
There are frescoes on the walls that represent life scenes of Jesus Christ and Virgin Mary and are of big interest.
The tombstone of a Byzantine princess Mataissa Cantacuzina is saved there.
It is already possible to take pictures inside the church with no flash against a small fee (4lv).

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