As rip-roaring Bulgarian nights go, few can hold a candle to an evening at Khan's Tent. You'll enjoy a classic four-course dinner and a world-class cabaret show performed by an international troupe. And the Panoramic Bar boasts fantastic views over Sunny Beach bay, too.Known as Hanska Shatra to the locals, this venue in the hills overlooking Sunny Beach is located where the medieval Khan Krum set up camp to besiege Nessebar. And Bulgarian history and heritage are very much a part of the Khan's Tent experience.After transfer to the venue, you'll sit down for a four-course dinner and witness amazing performances, ranging from acrobatics to choreographed dances and featuring popular live music. Impressive doesn't even begin to describe it. You'll be dropped back at your resort after the show.
With Bulgaria's coastline on one side and the Black Sea horizon on the other, the views really don't get more beautiful than during this catamaran cruise. And to make it just that bit better, you'll be wined and dined and generally pampered while soaking in the sights and the sun.Step on board the largest luxury catamaran on the Black Sea and set sail with only chilling out in mind. You can stretch out on deck for a spot of sunbathing or amble over to the bar for a drink.After dropping anchor in a calm, secluded spot with just the right setting, you can go for a swim or snorkel and then it's time for a tasty lunch on board. This is what being on holidays is all about.
Catering for the whole family, this adventure on the high seas makes for the ultimate family cruise. The three-deck Sea Star Sunny Beach Boat includes entertainment and dining areas and an impressive sun deck. Adults can get busy doing very little on deck, while younger guests can get involved in the swashbuckling entertainment. It's provided by our irrepressible troupe in the roles of Captain Jack and his pirates.
A tough-to-reach village in the mountains of central Bulgaria, Bata's remoteness has helped keep traditions alive – so it's Ideal for an evening of Bulgarian entertainment. In a rural restaurant, you'll feast on traditional dishes, watch fascinating folkloric rituals and see the spectacular fire dance – one of the country's oldest customs.
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A famous Balkan beauty spot and Bulgaria's best wines are in store on this excursion. You'll embark on a walking tour of UNESCO-listed Nessebar, try local treats most tourists miss out on, and visit one of the Black Sea's top-rated wineries for a wine tasting tour.
What better way to seek out the sights of the former Soviet satellite state than touring in an iconic Trabant. Driving your own classic East German vehicle, you'll hear the history of the area as you drop in at a brandy distillery, a local home and stop for lunch at a lakeside lodge.After a quick briefing and a test-drive, you'll hop in your classic car and be ready to ride. Driving by beautiful Balkan scenery, you'll roll through the rustic villages of Tankovo, Aheloy and Kableshkovo, learning about th region's history as you go. Stop for a snifter of brandy at a distillery and find out how the famous 'rakia' is made before tasting some local honey and seeing a snapshot of local life and traditions in a typical home.Rumbling on along scenic roads, tracks and paths you'll arrive at Forest Lodge for a typical lunch in a rural setting. Once lunch is settled, try your hand at the Lodge's activities - fishing, baking or paintball - before it's time to see what the star of Soviet car production can do as you speed back to base.
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Strolling through Nessebar is perhaps the most culturally enriching experience on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast. This headland, known as the ‘Pearl of the Black Sea', is only slightly larger than the Vatican City yet has many more churches. Ivaylo, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘Nessebar is a living museum – there are monuments here that were built as far back as the 5th century. Due to its strategic location, the town has always been a busy merchant hub. This is why it was here, over 2,500 years ago, that money was invented and first used for trade.'You'll begin with a guided walking tour of the old town, which is crammed onto a narrow peninsula jutting out into the Black Sea. Historians know that there's been a town here for 3,200 years, making it among Europe's oldest. There's so much history packed into the old town that Nessebar is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Relics from the second millennium BC, from classical antiquity and the Middle Ages have been unearthed. There's evidence here that reflects the architectural progress of the whole Balkan and East Mediterranean regions.Winding streets and alleys fringed with characterful timber homes lead you to more than 40 churches dating back as far as Byzantine times. There's also some free time to explore the town on your own, soak up the scenery on a seaside stroll or browse for souvenirs.
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If shopping is your thing, then heaven awaits on this full day tour to the village of Kableshkovo and city of Bourgas. First up is the traditional market in Kableshkovo followed by a visit to a shopping centre in Bourgas. Round off the day with free time in the city centre, where you'll be able to sightsee or rest those limbs after all that shopping.We'll get the tour underway in Kableshkovo – a village where you'll find a market crammed with stalls all stocked with everything Bulgarian – from wine to fresh produce, leather goods and more. Take some time to freely meander from stall to stall before we head to modern shopping Mecca of Bourgas.After the mall, you'll be dropped off in the heart of the city where you can recuperate and explore at your own pace. Stroll through the Sea Garden or take the weight off your feet at one of the waterfront cafés.
The Veleka valley is one of Bulgaria's true hidden gems. On this motorboat cruise along the river Veleka, you'll discover landscapes barely changed by humans. From wooded banks to golden natural beaches and endemic fauna, this is the great outdoors as Mother Nature intended it. The fun kicks off as you hop onboard a motorboat and set sail on the Veleka towards the Black Sea. With an array of scenery to soak in along the way, and maybe even an encounter with amphibious animals such as turtles and snakes, this unspoiled river is the perfect place to relax surrounded by nature.The dense woodlands give way to the stunning beach of Sinemorets – one of the most beautiful in Bulgaria. It is formed from an 800-metre-long sandbar at the river's mouth, with cliffs either side. This coastal wilderness is hard to come by in this day and age – so make sure you have your cameras at the ready.
Are you up for the biggest boat party in Bulgaria? Just think about it – three decks packed with bars, a dance floor, sofas and sunloungers. And that's not all, there's a spiral waterslide that's shoots straight into the water. And rounding off the experience, you'll also get an hour-long open bar. It doesn't get any better than this boat party.We'll meet up in Sunny Beach before heading to the legendary Sea Star Party Boat. After a quick safety briefing, it's anchors aweigh as we sail into the Black Sea for the party of the summer. For more than three hours, you'll be living the dream as the DJ spins tunes while you soak in those sun rays.The first couple of decks are huge, packing in three bars, a DJ stand and a dance floor. Up on the top deck, meanwhile, there's plenty of sunbathing space, with loads of sofas and sunloungers to chill out on. There's also the waterslide for a quick cool off. As well as a swimming stop, there'll be girls vs boys games, too.
Enjoy 4 hour all-inclusive boat tour from Nesssebar. Eat a tasty barbecue prepared on the boat, sip on unlimited drinks, then fish and swim in the water.
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