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Bulgaria Guide - natural phenomena

Natural phenomenon,

Atanasovsko Lake is situated to the north of the town of Bourgas. It is a hyperhaline coastal lake. The nature around is incredible - charming greenery, fresh air, great diversity of flora and fauna. Many of the plant and animal species are under protection. This is the major reason for the establishment of a national reserve on ...
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Natural phenomenon, North Black Sea coast

The park lies 17km. north of Varna, near the Golden Sands resort. It was created in 1943 and covers an area of 1320 ha. According to the IUCN the park is V-th category protected area. The forests of the park go along the sea coast, surround the Golden Sands resort and in the south touch the forests of the town of Varna. The relief ...
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Natural phenomenon, Sofia region

Located about 15km south of Sofia on the way to Borovets resort in Rila mountain. Pancharevo Lake is perfect place for outgoings. The lake is 5km long and it is suitable for different water sports: rowing, surfing, water skiing. Paddle boats can be hired. Around the lake there are hiking trails, several grassy park areas with cafes ...
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Natural phenomenon, North Black Sea coast

Located 18 km westwards from Varna they are one of the most incredible natural phenomena in Bulgaria. The natural stone pillars - some reaching 6 metres high, some up to 12 metres across at their base are known as “the petrified forest”. Some columns resemble animals, others remind you of frozen fountains or cascades. Several rows ...
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Natural phenomenon, Pamporovo & the Rhodopes

The rock formations around the town of Karjali (the central town of the Eastern Rhodopes) were formed thousands of years ago as a result of intense underwater volcanic activity during the Paleocene. The riolithic volcanic tuffs were later sculpted by the sun, the wind and the rains. The rocks are of different colours because they ...
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Natural phenomenon, Pamporovo & the Rhodopes

The Devil's Throat cave is situated 1 km from the village of Trigrad in the marvellous Trigrad Gorge. The cave is lit by many lamps so you don’t need to take a torch with you unless you want to explore in detail all the niches in the rocks. After a long artificially dug corridor you will find yourself in an enormous gallery. ...
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Natural phenomenon, Veliko Tarnovo & the Balkan range

To visit Bulgaria and not go to the Valley of Roses is to go to Egypt and not see the pyramids. The Valley of Roses is in the very heart of the country and is shielded by the high slopes of two majestic mountain ranges - the Balkan and Sredna Gora. The rose, the queen of flowers, has been focusing the attention of people since ...
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Natural phenomenon, Pamporovo & the Rhodopes

The Yagodina cave is situated about 3km to the west of the village of Yagodina and 8 km from the village of Trigrad. As a part of the Buynovsko Gorge this cave is one of the most impressive karst formations in the Rhodopes. It is on 5 levels and is 10 km long. The uppermost level was inhabited by the people from the Eneolithic ...
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