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Sunny Beach is the largest resort in Bulgaria located just 35km from the Burgas Airport. It is situated on a bay in the shape of a crescent between the town of Nessebar and the resort Saint Vlas. With its multiple entertainments and catering establishments, shops, developed infrastructure and 10 kilometers long beach line is the perfect place for your summer holiday vacation!
Hotel Grenada is located at the South side of Sunny Beach and is in the middle between Nessebar and the Resort`s center. Just 150 from the unique sand dunes where more than 16 species of rare plants grow from the sand. The protected natural phenomenon surrounds the South Beach of the resort and tourist have to
The beach is covered with extremely fine yellow sand. With a length of 10 kilometers and a width of 100 meters. Divided between paid areas covered with umbrellas and sunbeds and free areas on the South Beach there is something for every taste. The bay has a smooth descent, flat and safe seabed which makes it extremely suitable for children. Kitesurfing and Windsurfing are just some of the water sports that tourists can enjoy during their stay in Sunny Beach. Waverunners are available for rent throughout the whole beach. The night life at the South Beach is also very active as there are located some of the most iconic disco clubs of the resort such as Bedroom Beach, Cacao Beach, The One and more.
Sunny Beach - Nessebar walking alley
Immediately in front of Hotel Grenada passes the pedestrian promenade that connects Sunny Beach and Nessebar. The alley is a wonderful place for walks, especially Nessebar and the part where the view is to the whole bay - Sunny Beach, Saint Vlas, Elenite and cape Emine. Beside walking tourists can catch the tourist train - small attractive open side train going thru the promenade or can rent bike - one, two or four-seater for the whole family.
The promenade will take you to Nessebar old town
Nessebar old town
The old town of Nessebar is World Heritage Site recognized by UNESCO. There you will find yourself in a mixture of cultures of Thracians, Greeks, Romans and the Bulgarian Middle Ages. Today, a walk through the cobbled streets of the Old Town takes tourists to the remains of about 40 brick churches, the earliest of which are more than 1,500 years old.
Tourists can also enjoy the many wonderful seafood restaurants and cafes and their panoramic views of the Black Sea. in addition to pretty restaurants and souvenir shops. in the Old Town are the Archaeological and Ethnographic Museums.
In the old town is the Sea Station where you can dive into sea adventures taking advantage of their excursion packages or just catch a sea taxi to Sozopol for a day at the beach there.