Natural Sites in the Nessebar Region
To the north and south of Nessebar are wide beaches and natural sand dunes, whose crests form a fabulous natural phenomenon.
Nature has been exceedingly generous to this region. The coastline is 50 km long. The combination of sea and mountain is unique. Among the natural landmarks are the protected natural reservations of Irakli and Kalinata, distinctive sand formations and rare plant species.
The park is located in the southeastern part of Nessebar on a territory of over 27 decares. The park’s creator has included many park elements and diverse corners, opening excellent vistas of the old Nessebar, the sea shore and the golden beach. There are four children’s playgrounds, a water cascade, observation points, a singing fountain, a sun clock, relaxation corners, etc.
Decorative plants are arranged in the periphery of the park and along the slopes, and the flatter areas are planted with resilient grasses. Mostly species indigenous to the Black Sea coast have been chosen, which amount to over 250 taxonomy units.
Each park visitor can see the renovated subtropical corner where the species can survive only under specific climatic conditions. Some of the more interesting ones are: pomegranate, fig, feijoa, several types of palms and cacti, succulents, etc.
All plant species have been labeled with their Bulgarian and Latin name, for the edification of young visitors.