covered with forests
Famous for its many nightclubs and beautiful beaches, the Mediterranean island of Ibiza (another pronunciation of the name is Ibiza) is visited annually by a huge number of tourists from around the world. The wonderful climate, discos, electronic music, warm and clear sea water – this is what attracts most travelers here. But some tourists arrive on the island only to see historical monuments that are under the protection of UNESCO. Among these attractions, a special place is occupied by the ancient castle, the first mention of which dates from the XII century. Continue reading
The Costa Brava is a territory of Spain and is located in the southeastern part of the autonomous community of Catalonia.
The coast is replete with inaccessible cliffs, high cliffs on which pines, pines and firs grow. It is not in vain that the name of this area in one of the translation variants means “rocky coast”. However, between the rocks are wonderful beaches, cozy bays, picturesque bays. That is why the coast has such an attraction for tourists. Many travelers from around the world come here every year.
But on the coast you can not only swim and sunbathe: there are a large number of historical attractions. This, in particular, megalithic structures and the ruins of ancient castles. Continue reading
Golden Sands is the most popular resort in Bulgaria and one of the oldest. It began to be built in 1956, and Soviet basketball players became its first guests. Then tourists began to come from neighboring Czechoslovakia: they were not ready to let them on the Adriatic, but Bulgaria came up. Since 1963, the resort began to receive guests from Western Europe.
The village is located on the territory, which since 1943 has the status of the Golden Sands nature reserve and borders on another reserve – Baltata, which was established in 1963. Ecological paths and observation platforms have been set up along their territories. If you want to look at the subtropical coniferous forest, you should go to Golden Sands, if you want to look at the swampy floodplain forests where many waterfowl nest, then go to the north, to Baltata. Continue reading