Holidays to Sinemorets let you escape the crowds as you explore its untouched beaches and enormous nature park.
Peaceful Seaside Village
The tiny village of Sinemorets drops anchor on the south-eastern edge of the Bulgarian coast. As well as being sandwiched between two long, golden-sand beaches, it backs on to the country’s largest protected area, where nature goes untamed. As it’s in such a remote location, it hasn’t yet found its feet in the mainstream market, so it’s ideal if you’re looking to escape the crowds.
Top Beach Scene
Beautiful beaches are easy to come by in Sinemorets. They all have two things in common – fine, honey-hued sands and crystal clear waters. If you’ve got a car with you, take a 10-minute drive along the coast to Silistar beach. This crescent moon-shaped bay is really secluded – owls and deer are more common than people.
Strandzha Nature Park
Nature lovers will feel at home in the Strandzha Nature Park – it covers an area as big as the city of London. Some of the trees are more than a million years old, and hundreds of different types of bird, butterfly and reptile call it home.
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Staying here puts the huge Strandzha Nature Park at your fingertips. It’s a remarkably untouched place where rare birds,butterflies…View details »