Ravda is slightly away from the serious hustle and bustle of Sunny
Beach but very near to get to for when you fancy a change. It has an
excellent bus service to pretty much anywhere along the coast. Sunny
beach is about 10 minutes and costs about 30pence. Taxis are easy to
get also, they are cheap but agree a price first. A nicer way to get
about is to use the waterbus, which connects, between
Ravda-Nessebur-Sunny beach and further up the coast. There is also an
open-air “mini train” travelling at low speed between Ravda and Nessebur.
There are all the usual water-sports available within a couple of
hundred yards of the apartment, Paddleboats, Jet ski, Para-gliding etc.
There are 2 water parks within a 10-minute bus journey.
Just 2 miles from Ravda and is themed around a
castle. The other called Action Aquapark is on the outskirts of Sunny
Beach. Both have a really good variety of thrilling slides for all
ages with bars and restaurants inside the parks.
An absolute “must visit”, especially as its just down the road! Its
been designated as a world heritage site and its easy to see why. The
old town go’s back about 9000years and has buildings that date back to
11th century. There are churches with stunning facades and interiors.
All the old part of town has retained its original romantic
atmosphere. Narrow cobblestone lanes, tiny squares Gift shops, pubs
taverna’s and open air concerts/displays make it a fantastic place to
just stroll around day or night. Try one of the restaurants
overlooking the bay, its as good as it gets.
Just a mile further on than Nessebur is Sunny Beach. The largest
resort on the black sea coast. It has 8km of golden beaches with loads
of water sports, restaurants and cafe’s alongside. Nightlife is lively
with live shows, casinos, disco’s and shops and stalls open late into