Arriving early in the morning is well worth the effort! You beat the crowds - and, understandably, there are many during the summer season. Another advantage is that you can scope out the place for cafes, restaraunts, and remarkable views. In 1983 Old Nesebâr was declared a UNESCO Historical Site.Old Nesebar sits on a pennisula, and the only access is via the walkable causeway from the new town. On the causeway to Old Nesebâr, a windmill welcomes you. Nesebâr's fortress walls (3rd-4th century) open up and welcome you to into Old town.
With its history dating back to circa 6th century BCE, Nesebâr has a lot to offer. Once home to over forty churches spanning from the 8th century to late 19t...Read More