Kavaci – Bulgarian Black sea

The sun is up and the summer is coming soon here in Bulgaria. There are amazing Black sea beaches and summer spirit everywhere!

20150823_115206-EFFECTS (1)

Do you remember my story for Sunny beach. Now let me take you in a place where the story is the opposite – it is relaxing area, beautiful, exciting wide siren beaches.

Here we are – Kavaci, region Burgas. It is between Burgas and Sozopol – so it is really reachable destination on the Bulgarian Black sea.

Kavaci

There is a forest around to decorate the camping area of Kavaci. The subject of protection here is the rare Pontic white dunes and the characteristic sand-dunes.

20150821_184602

The name of the district Kavaci originates from the word “kavak”, which in Turkish means the poplar, and is so named because of the poplars that grow in the area.

20150821_182809

Laying on the beach, drinking cocktail, reading a book… And watching the seagulls’ dance in the air… sounds like a paradise and it is possible! Kavaci. Black sea! Bulgaria!

I was there in September, so my pictures are a little bit different from the usual summer pictures. But I think the beauty of the place is so obvious. Follow me!

20150821_180229-ANIMATION

20150821_173305-ANIMATION

Kavaci is famous with the camping area but also have four stars hotels around. Absolutely for everyone destination!

I like the area because it’s calm and I can practice sport activities on the Black sea beaches here (That’s why I decided to go in September), I can stay alone and just breathe. And of course there are beach bars in Kavaci for the time when your summer party spirit will get wild.

I’ve never seen anything more beautiful than the sea before storming!

20150821_190005-ANIMATION

Can’t wait to visit this summer the Bulgarian Black sea!

20150821_184929

Are you ready?

Advertisements

One thought on “Kavaci – Bulgarian Black sea

  1. We spent 9 days in Sinemoretz last summer and it was fabulous. I’m so sorry we won’t be able to return this summer. Thanks for sharing your photos. I hadn’t heard of Kavaci before, though I’ve been to nearby Sozopol.

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s