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Festival of the Sprat Itinerary -10th to 12th June

Festival of the Sprat Itinerary, Friday – 10/06/2016
Main Stage:-
18:00 to 20:00 pm – Music program featuring Nevena / X Factor / local groups and performers.
20:00-20:30 pm – Victor Kalev
20:30 to 21:30 pm – Goji – concert
21:30 to 23:00 pm – Orchestra Karandila Junior – live concert
23:00 to 04:00 pm – DJ SKILL – “Balkanton Retro …

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Downpour flooded hotels and holiday homes in Kranevo

Torrent poured in 5 hours over the historic village of Kranevo flooding sites on the waterfront confirmed the mayor of the village, Rumen Nikolov. The flooding has caused a lot of problems to the owners of tourist facilities.
Recreation facilities and camps, which are the first line to the beach and others are flooded because all …

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Aladzha Monastery

Aladzha Monastery is situated in a beautiful area 14 km north of Varna, near Zlatni Pyasatsi Resort (Golden Sands Resort), in the centre of Zlatni Pyasatsi Nature Park (Golden Sands Nature Park). There are no reliable historical records as to when the monastery was established, but there is evidence that it already existed in the …

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Geotechnical studies of landslides near Kranevo and Osenovo

Landslides near the village of Kranevo near Balchik and Osenovo, Aksakovo, will be studied announced Dobrich district administration on Thursday.
By mid-December active landslides area between stops “Farrah” and “Overview” and the flow of the ancient landslide cirque “Long Yar” the border between land and sea.
According to the contract with the Ministry of Regional Development the first stage …

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Varna Airport-Bigger and brighter

Caroline Cook finds out how Fraport’s Bulgarian venture is boosting the performance of its Black Sea airports.

In less than a decade, Fraport Twin Star Airport Management (FTSAM) has transformed two of Bulgaria’s busiest airports, with 2013 marking the operator’s biggest achievements in the country to date.
A joint venture between German airport operator Fraport and 40% …

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Germany interested in the port of Varna

Germany interested in the port of Varna

Varna. ”We are interested in the concession of the Port of Varna. We will wait and see what steps will be taken by the Bulgarian side to have a clear position” German Ambassador Matthias Hoepfner announced in Varna after talks with the city’s mayor Ivan Portnih.
The Municipality of Varna …

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Russians move to Bulgaria with their families

Boom in real estate purchase in Bulgaria led to a tendency of Russians gradually moving their business to the Balkan country and settling there with their whole families, Russian news website Tatre informs.
Russian companies started emerging in Bulgarian cities like the coastal Varna and Burgas few years ago.
According to the mayor of the Bulgarian town …

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Campaign to collect taxes in Kranevo

The mayor of the seaside village of Kranevo plans a campaign to increase revenue from collection of local taxes. This is because a number of hoteliers are operating unfairly and pay paltry sums in tourist tax.
The seaside village has registered more than 120 accommodations with nearly 6,000 beds. Part of hoteliers, however, even in the height of …

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Fight for parking at the beach in Kranevo

It is becoming an adventure with a Western flair to park near the beach during the summer.  The resort village is currently bursting at weekends, attracting vehicles from Dobrich and Varna.
Kranevo is preferable to locals because there is no admission fee as in Albena, parking is free and early risers can park on the central beach.
Later in …

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Tourists in plots with live reptiles and wade dust on the way to the beach

The mayor of the village explains the absurd situation of a lack of funds and litigation procedure for cleaning:-
At the height of tourist season there are plots with weeds and shrubs that have grown to more than a man’s height and you must wade through dust on the main route to the beach. Lizards and snakes …

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