Nesebar | Hotel Alba | Sunny Beach

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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.

Here you can see the “Sv. Bogoroditza Elueska” basilica, which was built in the 6th Century, the “Sv. Sofia” church, also known as the Old Metropolitan, which dates back to the 5th Century and is a well-preserved historical monument, the Byzantine thermals of Justinian I the Great, which are only partially preserved and yet are an imposing monument of the Byzantine era.

You can also go for a walk in the Old Nesebar and see the wooden houses from the late 18th – early 19th Century. These are the most numerous and well-preserved monuments from the age of Bulgarian National Revival, whose architecture is an expression of the genius of Bulgarian builders.

If you enjoy good food, you can visit one of the many small restaurants where you will be greeted as a cherished guest. Many of them offer a good view to the sea.