Sunny Beach on Bulgaria’s South coast certainly lives up to its name with over 17,000 hours of sunshine from May to October each year! The resort’s wide semi-circular bay boasts an 8 km long Blue Flag beach with fine golden sand, natural dunes and a clean and gently sloping sea. You’ll be spoilt for choice with the variety of sports on offer from surfing to waterskiing to hang-gliding and parachuting. The children are well-looked after too with everything from waterslides to children’s pools to mini-golf. Evenings can get fairly lively with a good range of bars and nightclubs. Floor-shows and folk nights also add a little touch of tradition and culture. shops, bars, restaurants and great value hotels. On the outskirts of Sunny Beach the ancient town of Nessebar, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is well-worth a visit for those interested in Bulgarian culture and history. Book a holiday to Sunny Beach and find out why it's so popular with families, solo travellers, couples and groups of friends.
Sunny Beach's long beach with its calm waters is perfect for water sports and swimming. There are three Aqua Parks in and around Sunny Beach for brilliant family days out. Hire a quadbike and go for some offroad fun. Go gokarting, take a catamaran sailing trip or enjoy a donkey or jeep safari. With so many things to do in Sunny Beach, youll have no time to be bored.
Sunny Beach is the place to be if youre looking for late night partying with its great range of discos, bars, beach bars, nightclubs and casinos. The most popular hotspots to head to are Dance Club Mania, Beach Bar Mexo, Disco Orange and Disco Lazur. From wild party night with drinks and foam flowing freely, or a cosy karaoke bar where you can show off your singing skills, theres something for everyone in Sunny Beach.
Sandy Beach has over 150 restaurants so youll never be short of somewhere to eat. This includes many international restaurants such as Chinese, Indian and Italian. For a fast food fix, there's always McDonald's Sunny Beach has two of them. Local specialities include shopska salad (chopped tomatoes, cucumber, onion and feta cheese), Kavarma, moussaka, skewers and pigs roasted on a spit. Zagorka and Kamenitsa are the main brands of beer and the local wines are good too. Rakia, the national aperitif, is a strong brandylike drink made from grapes.
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