Enjoy incredible adventures that can be found in Nesebar, Burgas, Varna, Sozopol and Pomorie. Visit archeological digs from ancient times and see the unusual architecture, the harbours, museums, beaches – unique wonders of nature. There are many small family restaurants, which have a charming and genuine atmosphere, as well as delicious food and a feeling of being welcome.
The ancient city of Messambriya, known as Messemvriya during the late middle ages, and called Nesebar nowadays, was populated millennia ago. The city flourished under the rule of the Ancient Greeks, Romans and Bulgarians. It is an architectural, as well as archeological reserve, recognised by UNESCO as a part of the world’s cultural heritage.
Visit one of the best-for-living cities in Bulgaria and major Black Sea harbour – Burgas. The city is located 36 kilometres away from Hotel Alba and offers various comforts and entertainment for its guests.
Visit Varna, located 94 km away, referred by many as the Sea Capital of Bulgaria. Make sure you visit the Dolphinarium and enjoy the unforgettable demonstrations of the trained dolphins, visiting from Festa Dolphinarium.
Located 70 km south of Hotel Alba is another antique city founded by the Ancient Greeks – Sozopol, the heir of the Greek colony of Apolonia and, along with Nesebar, one of the oldest cities in Bulgaria.
If you would like to see the one and only museum of salt in Southeastern Europe, you can find it 19 km away from Hotel Alba. Salt production has been the primary source of sustenance for the local people for centuries. According to historians, the salt pools date back to about the 5th Century BC. The so-called “white gold” is still produced and gathered here today.