Festa Panorama Hotel
The pool deck of the Festa Panorama Hotel provides unbeatable views, as you can see right across the beach-studded bay. There’s also a bar on the deck, so you can pair the stunning panoramas with your favourite drink.
The list of activities is equally as impressive. Volleyball, water polo and ping pong are all in the mix during the day. In the evening, expect quizzes and karaoke.
For food, the main buffet restaurant specialises in international cuisine but regularly hosts themed nights to keep things interesting.
Overview of Nessebar
Located on the Black Sea coast, Nessebar is a major seaside resort that’s incredibly popular with people looking for holidays to the Bourgas region of Bulgaria. Don’t be fooled by modern accommodation options like the Festa Panorama Hotel, because away from the front, there’s more than 3,000 years of history to uncover.
The old quarter is a Unesco World Heritage Site that’s filled with 18th-century houses and the remains of nearly 50 churches. The area is a living museum where you can pick up souvenirs, enjoy seafood dinners and uncover history.
Things to do in Nessebar
Nessebar is connected to the mainland via a narrow strip of land, but it feels like it’s in a world of its own. It expertly blends old and new so, from the Festa Panorama Hotel, you can enjoy chilled beach days and historic sightseeing tours in equal measure.
The 2.5-kilometre-long beach is a big hit with families thanks to the range of water sports and gently deepening waters. For a spot of culture, the old town’s within walking distance. In the old town, Roman ruins, Ottoman relics, museums and traditional Bulgarian houses sit side by side.
Evenings are usually spent in the harbour, which is home to Nessebar’s top restaurants. Seafood is a speciality, but there’s plenty of cuisine from around the world.
Nessebar is home to all the very best bits of Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast. Sprawling on the beach, tucking into fresh seafood and exploring Roman ruins are all possible during your stay.