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Albena resort offers programme for post-Covid rehabilitation

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Bulgaria participated at the 27th International Travel and Tourism Trade Show held between March 16 and 18 in Moscow. The Black Sea resort Albena presented an attractive programme for post Covid-19 rehabilitation. The programme is based on the favorable marine climate - air rich in ozone and iodine, optimal humidity and ultraviolet radiation with strong biological activity. The programme includes procedures with natural products, including hypothermal mineral water and highly mineralized thermal mud.

Albena is the preferred resort for families with small children. It is also known as a spa destination and European sports resort. Swimming schools, football schools and beach volleyball schools for children offered at this Bulgarian resort aroused interest. This summer some of the sports activities on the territory of the entire resort will be free of charge. However, people will be required to observe all anti-epidemic measures, announced the management of the coastal resort.

Compiled by: Veneta Nikolova

English version: Kostadin Atanasov


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