Beglik Tash represents a natural phenomenon of huge megaliths that were later carved by a Thracian tribe and were used as a place for pagan ceremonies. It is situated close to the southern seaside town of

Primorsko

. It is a bit hard to reach as signs are nowhere to be found, save for one at the entrance of Primorsko, if one drives into the town from the main seaside road from Bourgas to the Bulgarian-Greek border. Nevertheless, it is worth making the effort to find it as in our view, the place is comparable in historic value and beauty to the biggest Thracian sanctuary in Bulgarian lands,

Perperikon

close to the town of

Kurdzhali


History and General Info

: Beglik Tash is the name of a wider surrounding area and a natural rock formation of huge monolithic blocks crowded at the end of a spacious clearing in the forest. The stone blocks are of volcano origin, and were formed of hardened magma that erupted from the nearby peak of Kitka. The latter currently is just 215m high but used to be an acting volcano during the Mesozoic era. Later on, a Thracian tribe named "esti" used the place for cult ceremonies in worship of the Sun.


The Silistar protected area covers the territory between the villages of Sinemoretz and Rezovo. The fabulous Silistar beach lies several hundred meters off the road.

History and General Info: The Silistar beach became popular among tourists only in the last couple of years. Located in a national park of the Southern Strandzha mountain, naturelovers can find various animals, birds and insects there. The beach has wonderful sands, and is loved by families with children due to its serene, shallow and always-crystal waters. It has been cultivated at late with lifeguards being put at regular distances along the beach and a cool-shadowed pub offering food and refreshments having been erected in its northern end. The waters around the rocky ends of the beach offer a great view of marine life to amateur and professional divers.

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