About Bulgaria and Kavarna
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Bulgaria is one of the oldest European States with 20-century-old history and traditions. It is situated in Southeastern Europe and it occupies a part of the Balkan Peninsula which has been a very busy crossroad during the centuries.

The climate in Bulgaria is moderate continental with four yearly seasons and average annual temperature of 10.5 С Winters are cold but no so bitterly cold, summers are hot and sunny with average air temperature of 30 С and average water temperature of 25 С

Besides the mild climate which attract lots of tourists from all over Europe and beyond, Bulgaria is also famous for its picturesque nature. The sublime mountains, age-old forests, lovely valleys, great plains, golden coastline and incredible sea-water make Bulgarian nature extremely attractive.

The beautiful town of Kavarna is situated on a rocky plateau over the sea shore of Dobroudzha and is connected with the sea through a forest fault romantically named the Valley of the Yellow-hammers. 

      

It has very good infrastructure and well-developed service facilities. There are many sightseeing to be visited, a good fishing base and the mineral springs, the beautiful bays, the calm crystal sea and the fabulous beaches that spread their sandy strip over 74 000 sq.m attract lots of tourists from Bulgaria and all over Europe.

Kavarna is also known as the new Bulgarian Mecca of the rock music as more than 20 world-famous rock bands have already played here. Nazareth, Deep Purple, Scorpions as well as Manowar, Whitesnake, Ronie James Dio, Motorhead, Lube, Twisted Sisters, Super Max, Billy Idol and Fillip Kirkorov are only a few of them. Probably that Is the reason the fellows of Kavarna to live with the self-confidence of the Balkans rock capital citizens.

There is a yacht port nearby as well as several golf courses including the one designed by the legendary Mr. Gary Player.

Another place not to be missed is the beautiful cape of Kaliakra which cuts into the sea with a two-kilometre long wedge and closes a huge horseshoe-shaped bay. The "Kaliakra" Natural Reserve was announced in 1960 and it currently has an area of 687.5 dca with wild steppes and impressive coastal cliffs, some up to 70 m high. The flora numbers over 400 species. 47 of them are rare and threatened with extinction. Kaliakra is among the few places in Europe where the rose-colored starling, the black wheatear, the stone curlew, the Isabelline wheatear, the shag and the Alpine swift nest.

 

 

                     

  

 

      

 

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