Bulgarian Black Sea Coast

The Bulgarian Black Sea Coast is Cleaner this Summer According to the Tourist Minister

The water on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast is clean and tourists can enjoy their vacation. The inspections we made in Sunny Beach, Pomorie and Nessebar together with Tonka Atanasova, director of the Regional Inspectorate of Environment and Water and Burgas Dr. Georgi Pazderov, director of RZI-Bourgas, proved again that the water is clean.

The Extension of Two Parts of the Burgas-Sunny Beach Road will be Completed Earlier than Expected

The extension of I-9 Sunny Beach - Burgas in Pomorie - Ravda, as well as the bypass of Aheloy will be completed five months ahead of schedule. The goal is to movement on the two sections to be possible before the beginning of the active tourist season.

Construction will be Prohibited on Bolata Beach, Northeast Bulgaria

Bulgarian Minister of Environment and Water Neno Dimov handed to the mayor of Kavarna Nina Stavreva an order with which ''Bolata'' beach is removed from the reservation ''Kaliakra''. It will be included in the "Stepite" protected area, which is a guarantee that construction will be prohibited.

Construction Work on Bulgarian Summer Resorts will be Stopped from Tuesday

A ban on construction in most seaside resorts will be in force from Tuesday. That is why the construction of the first line of Golden Sands is happenening at the last moment. In the south resorts there is even more active work, where, besides new ones, existing hotels are being renovated, reports BTV.

Internationally Renowned Hotel Chain Plans to Make a Hotels on Bulgaria's Black Sea Coast

The US Marriott Hotel chain is interested in two sites on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. One of them is in Varna and the other is on the southern coast. This was announced by Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova in Varna. But she says it is too early for more specific information.

Controlled Water Release from Ticha Dam Continues

Ticha dam in the Shumen region (North Bulgaria) is overflowing at a rate of 10 cubic metres per second. The controlled release of water continues via the spillway, discharging 18 cubic meters / sec. The levels of Kamchia and Vrana rivers in which the dam is inflowed are low and can absorb the large amount of water.

Passengers at Bulgaria's Varna, Burgas Airports Increase in January

Combined passenger numbers at the Bulgarian coastal airports of Varna and Burgas added 85.4% year-on-year in January to 72,905, Germany's Fraport Group, which operates the airports, said on Tuesday.

Passenger traffic at Burgas airport increased by an annual 24.1% to 10,506, while passengers at Varna airport doubled to 59,862, Fraport said in a monthly statistical report.

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