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Strandzha Natural park

The magic of nature

Forest Beach Natural Holiday Resort is situated nearby the biggest Bulgarian natural park Strandzha. There are 54 mammals, 261 types of birds, many reptiles and insects. The plants are more than 1650 types, 113 of them endangered and part of the Red Book.

The guests of Forest Beach Natural Holiday Resort can take a walk in the park on one of the eight eco paths and to enjoy the varied flora and fauna of this magical place.

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Ropotamo Reserve

The kingdom of water lilies

The reserve covers an area of ​​1 000.7 ha and extends around the two banks of the Ropotamo River. The river has a total length of 50 km, and all its beauty comes from the magnificent dense forest and beautiful water lilies. Tall elms, ash trees, maples and other tree species have woven and overhanged branches over calm waters. In the lower reaches, the waters are widely spilled and form lush meadows. Here you can see the most beautiful part of the river - the estuary, surrounded by forests, green hills and sand dunes. The Ropotamo Reserve also enjoys diverse fauna.

The Cape of Olives is the easternmost point of Strandzha and is the third largest on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. Its steep slopes make it inaccessible. In the past, he had the bad reputation of being on the front of many ships crashing into his sharp rocks. Since most of them were loaded with olive oil amphorae, this place was called the Oil Cape.

The Ropotamo Reserve includes several smaller localities that were formerly separate reserves: St. Toma (Snake Island), Arkutino Swamp, etc. On the Snake Island there are wild cacti - prickly pear, transferred and planted in 1933 by Bratislava. There is also an interesting variety of birds and snakes out there. It has an area of ​​12 acres and is famous for cacti, which is home to many birds. Snake Island is a small island, also called St. Thomas, to which the chapel located on it was dedicated. According to legend, pirate treasures were buried.

The marsh Arkutino is a lagoon with reeds, peppers and white water lilies. The reserve has a rich marine wormwood habitat, which is popular in folk medicine.

The Devil's river

The mysterious river - a real paradise

The mysterious Devil's River is a true paradise for romantics.

Its quiet waters are a great place to relax. The walk along its valley is filled with positive energy, and the beautiful views of the reed forest through which the river passes are unforgettable. Many fishermen choose the Devil's River to practice their hobby, because in it swim river and mullet, black barrel and other marsh species.

Whether you choose to just walk along the river or fish, this place will definitely fascinate you with its beauty.

On 3 km north of Primorsko is one of the most mystical places on our Black Sea coast - Begliktash. According to archaeologists, Begliktash is related to the old cult of the Goddess Mother and the Sun God and the stages of their marriage. Probably the place also served as an initiation of the Thracians in the Orphic doctrine. According to archaeological findings discovered so far, it is believed that the sanctuary was built in 14 BC.

The Begliktash area was the main sanctuary of the Thracian "Skirmians" tribe of the most ancient metallurgists in Thrace. They inhabited the coastal hills of Strandzha in the so-called Copper Ridge and supplied copper ore to other Thracian tribes and coastal peoples and their ruler. , and his residence was built high above the river on the famous rock called "The Lion's Head" 3 km. west of Begliktash - the main sanctuary. The road between them marks the sacred space that houses complexes of Thracian mounds, dolmens and small rock sanctuaries. This wealth of ancient monuments prompts the Primorsky Mountain on the right bank of Ropotamo to be called the Sacred Mountain of Thracians - Metallurgists.

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