Private Bulgaria holidays – although Pomorie is not a very big town on the Southeastern Bulgarian coast, it has its beauties and attractions. A walk on its small streets will take us to the Salt Museum.
It’s the only museum of the kind not only in Bulgaria, but for whole Eastern Europe. It opened its doors to visitors in 2002. It is a specialized outdoor museum which shows the production of salt. It’s an ancient Anchialos method and is through solar evaporation of seawater.
Private Bulgaria holidays in Pomorie – grab the many possibilities it offers
Pomorie has long ago appeared on the history stage. For its 25-century history the town has seen many things. At first, it was a Greek colony. Then it became a prosperous town in the Roman Empire and it had the right to cut its own money.
It was also an important fortress of the First Bulgarian State. By the time of the Ottoman Empire, Pomorie was the main supplier of sea salt, wine and brandy. The town is among the good places for private Bulgaria holidays. It is a preferred sea resort for its good location, nice climate and the fact that it’s close to resorts like Sunny Beach and the city of Burgas (that gives many possibilities for entertainment).
It’s also preferred for yachting and sailing. It’s an attractive balneological resort as well and a destination perfect for personal tours Bulgaria and private Bulgaria holidays.
For those who love Antiquity, the Roman Mausoleum or the Thracian Beehive Tomb, will surely be a place of interest. This is the only one of its kind on the Balkan Peninsula and is the biggest tomb in Bulgaria. Specialists believe it served like a mausoleum of a rich Anchiali family. Another interesting place is the functioning monastery ‘St. George’. It attracts with its icons kept from XVIII and XIX centuries.