SEASIDE HOLIDAYS IN POMORIE RESORT Hotel Via Pontica 5*

Dates:

8 days / 7 nights



price: 0

 
SEASIDE HOLIDAYS IN POMORIE RESORT
Hotel Via Pontica 5*
8 days/7 overnight
Day 1
Arrival to Bourgas Airport. Transfer to the hotel.
Day 2 7
Time to relax on the beautiful sunny beach and enjoy the multiple entertainments. Possibility to visit nearby attractions or the town of ancient Nessebar, included to UNESCO list of World Heritage.
Day 8
Check out. Departure to the Airport. End of the program.


The price ıs in euro per person sharing double room.

The price includes:
7 overnights sharing standard double room.
Board BB
The transfers from and to the airport of Bourgas (transfers from/to Varna Airport or other airports are available for supplement fee).
Sun beds and umbrella at the hotel pool
Complimentary Wi-Fi in the hotel

The price does not include:
Air tickets
Sun beds and umbrellas on the beach
Food and drink not listed in the program.
Sea view supplement
Extra services and excursions
Personal expenses and tips

Pomorie resort
Pomorie is a lovely town in the southern part of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, 22 km away from Burgas Aırport
It is one of the most popular destinations in summer because of its beautiful climate and the beach, about 5 km long.
Moreover, the region has been famous for the medicinal qualities of the healing mud extracted during the production of salt in Pomorie Lake ever since ancient times, as well as the lye used for the treatment of skeletal and skin diseases is extracted during the salt production process.
The healing powers of the mineral water in the town are also well-known. The slow cooling of the sea water is very typical for the region. In the morning before sunrise the air is rich in ozone, negative ions, ultraviolet rays and iodine released in gas form by seaweed.
There are many interesting places to be visited during your stay. The Museum of Salt which follows the development of the salt production industry which has played an important role for the town. This is the only place in Bulgaria where salt-mines using ancient salt production technologies continue to operate. You can visit as well the Pomorian Beehive Tomb. It impresses with its architectural design and it is the only one of its kind on the Balkan Peninsula. According to some people the tomb served as a mausoleum of a wealthy family from Anchialus. Some of the finds discovered there can be seen in the History Museum. It was declared an architectural-construction monument of culture by virtue of publication in State Gazette, issue No 35 of 1965.