Kavarna is a Bulgarian coastal town situated in the north-east of the country, and on the Black Sea. A popular tourist resort, there are a range of accommodation options in town, but perhaps the best choice, is to take a holiday rental apartment in Kavarna. Coming fully equipped with everything that you might need to make your stay a comfortable one, you will be close to the action, whilst at the same time, having a quiet, personal retreat to return to when you wish. A holiday in Kavarna is suitable for those people that would like access to the beach and all it has to offer, whilst at the same time discovering something about a country’s past and history that they might not otherwise have known a great deal about.
You may wish to take part in some leisure activities whilst on holiday in Kavarna, and there is certainly plenty to do in the immediate area. The beach and resort areas offer all the activities that you would normally associate with the seaside such as swimming, water skiing, kayaking and snorkelling. There is also a small port, where it might be possible to either go sailing, or go out on a fishing trip. Golfers may be interested in three golf courses which are nearing completion, one of which is designed by Ian Woosnam.
During your holiday in Kavarna, it might be nice to get out and about in order to explore and learn a little more about the area. The nearby Chirakman Hill has the remains of Roman walls and villas, churches and Medieval buildings. In the centre of town, a museum houses some Thracian art. Down the coast 6km is the Kaliakra Cape, which was once home to an impressive fortress. Nowadays only its ruins remain, but they still make for an interesting day trip out from your holiday rental apartment in Kavarna. Other places to visit include the nearby towns of Balchik and Dobrich.
The summer months are by far the most popular time of year to book self catering accommodation in Kavarna, and with good reason. The temperatures are lovely and warm, regularly exceeding 28 degrees Celsius, and rainfall is quite minimal. The winter months are noticeably cooler, and whilst escaping the snow that can fall on the higher ground inland, can be chilly. Rainfall is also more frequent during the winter months.
Travellers interested in a holiday in Kavarna will soon discover that it is quite simple to get to the town. Nearby Burgas Airport (BOJ) connects with many European countries, and the UK is no exception. Flights leave from London Gatwick (LGW) and Birmingham (BHX) courtesy of Thomson Airlines and BH air. For onwards transport to your holiday rental apartment in Kavarna, you could use public transport, catch a taxi, or even hire a car for the duration of your holiday.