Beach Club 117 is a legendary Crimea seaside nightclub that features live music, beach partying, and a stunning Russian-seafood menu. This 20-something party spot is where the annual Crimea Trance Fest is held. My good friend, local expert Levent Alver has given us the scoop on yet another hidden Crimea gem. Located in fabulous Feodosiya, Beach Club […]
Black Sea resorts
In a bit of great news for Bulgaria tourism, hotels on the Black Sea have reportedly closed bookings for the Summer holiday season. According to reports, the season is completely sold out for the 2016 season.
According to news from novinite.com, February 2014 saw 1,893 hotels and other stays gain 11.1% year on year. The hotels reached a total of BGN 33.9 million, according to data released by the National Statistical Institute.
According to the news from Burgas, Bulgaira the seaside resort has already begun preparations for the beached there to start the season. Beginning April 10th beach preparedness is job one for city officials.
Authorities in the seaside resort of Koktebel announce plans to enhance the resort’s amenities. For new visitors aiming at Summer vacation, here’s a choice you probably never knew about, the wonderful Crimea.
Foreign tourists flock to Bulgaria’s Black Sea resorts in their droves these days, but communication remains a big problem – most especially when it comes to dealing with the law.
For many of our readers the Black Sea port of Varna may be more memorable as the place Dracula embarked from in the 1992 film version of Bram Stoker’s classic. While Gary Oldman and Anthony Hopkins did a nice job entertaining us, the reality of Varna, Bulgaria is far more entertaining. Argo Travel decided to take a look at one of Varna’s oldest and most famous seaside resorts, Riviera Holiday Club.