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Stone forest  - Kamchiya reserve and Pobiti kamani

Stone forest - Kamchiya reserve and Pobiti kamani

Morning departure - picturesque journey along the seaside to nature reserve "Kamchiya". A boat trip on one of the most beautiful rivers in the country whose inaccessible shores are surrounded by dense vegetation like an impenetrable jungle.

Trip to Varna - short free time and lunch, visit the natural phenomenon "Pobiti kamani" – walk amongst strange stone pillars, rising to a height of 7 meters and resembling stone forest.
Crossing the lake of Varna by ferry and visit the glass factory in of Beloslav - demonstration of hand-blown glassware, visit the "glass cave".
Opportunity to buy souvenirs.

Late afternoon arrival.

Kamchia Reserve

    The Kamchia Reserve covers the lower valley of the Kamchia river, the localities of the municipalities of Avren and Dolni Chiflik. The reserve is situated at a distance of about 25 km south of Varna.

Pobiti kamani (Upright stones)

    The natural landmark consists of an ensemble of stone columns, up to 10 meters high, hollow or thick cylinders, crossed cones, variously shaped and sized rock blocks and multiple stone pieces, spilled around the entire complex.

Beloslav - blown glass factory

    Tourists are offered the opportunity to learn about origins of glassware manufacture in Bulgaria, and to observe at the Beloslav Glassworks technology of the craft dating from 1893.

City of Varna

    Varna (Bulgarian: Варна, pronounced [ˈvarnɐ]) is the largest city and seaside resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, classified the third and the second largest city in Bulgaria. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous province and Varna Municipality and the tenth-largest city in the Balkans after Istanbul, Athens, Bucharest, Belgrade, Sofia, Thessaloniki, Zagreb, Skopje and Tirana.




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