"Where Strandzha mountain meets the sea" - Tsarevo is promoting its beauty
published on 8/11/23 1:35 PM
Photo: Tsarevo Municipality
A new video looks at the culture and history of the settlements in the Tsarevo region and invites us to visit the place "where the mountain Strandzha meets the sea, but also where history has left its rich imprint", we learn from the Facebook page of Tsarevo municipality.
The promotional video presents the old Orthodox churches, the folklore traditions, the authentic Nestinari custom, the festivals and the culinary delights in this part of Bulgaria’s Southern Black Sea coast. "Because you don't just come to Tsarevo to rest. You come to immerse yourself in history, indulge your senses and feel truly alive!” the publication says.
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The new video is already being shared by hundreds of users, after another promotional video for the municipality was published last week, which became a real sensation with over 200,000 views in just a few days. The highlight of it is the interaction between Strandzha mountain and the Black Sea and presents the fascinating nature that this corner of Bulgaria is rich in. "Where every beach has a name with a sense of magic - Silistar, Lipite, Delfin, Varvara, Veleka, Nestinarka, Vasiliko, Arapya, Oasis, Coral...
Where deep in the Strandzha Mountain, thick shadows, cool streams and beautiful waterfalls await you", it is also said in the video about Tsarevo.
The town of Tsarevo is located on three picturesque bays with steep rocky shores, clean beaches and a large park by the sea.
The wonderful conditions for rest make it one of the most popular destinations for seaside recreation in Bulgaria. And the nearby Strandzha villages guarantee coolness and contact with beautiful nature, as well as a rich cultural calendar.
These days, tourists in the area can travel only 10 kilometers to the southeast, to the nearby village of Brodilovo, which will celebrate on August 12. This village in Strandzha is known for its Nestinari traditions, remains of ancient fortresses and the temple of St. Panteleimon which has been declared a monument of culture.