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LE COCK cottage is a remarkable spacious one bedroom cottage with a small private garden. It provides truly astonishing infinity panorama over half of the Bulgarian sea coast line, where every sunrise and sunset have a new delight to unveil. This unique luxury and serenity studio is located in a quiet green residential area, just off the historical town of Balchik and world famous resort of Albena with its magnificent 5km sandy beach.

The Interior space, the art, the view, give an exceptional experience for your sences. The open-plan living area is artistically parted from the bedroom quarters both open to the garden where “”the cock”” stands a watch.
LE COCK offers an excellent holiday retreat for a couple with (or without) children.

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Balchik, Dobrich, Bugarska

Some fantastic places near by:
The greatest landmark of Balchik – the Palace – outstands 4 km away from us, was a former summer residence of the Romanian Queen Maria Alexandrina Victoria De Edinburgh (1875 – 1938). The residence was constructed in 1924. The Botanical Garden – another great landmark of the town – is also situated within the borders of the residence.
A large number of historical findings, made during excavations in the region, are stored in the Historical Museum of Balchik. The artifacts speak of the founding and the development of the town in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. The period in which Balchik and South Dobrudzha were under Romanian ruling are presented by pictures and documents. All finds and marble statues from the Kibela (The Mother Goddess) Temple are stored in the museum. The Temple of Kibela was found in 2007, and according to archaeologists it dates back to about 280 – 260 year BC. 27 preserved scripts were found in the remains of the temple, and almost all images are of the Goddess Kibela. After the earthquake in the middle of the 6th century, the temple was covered up. Nowadays it is accessible without paying an admission fee. On request of the tourists, a curator of the Historical Museum can tell the history of the temple on site. During visiting the site, be careful because it has not been maintained and is situated at the bottom of a deep pit.
The building of the Ethnographic Museum is situated opposite to the building of the Historical Museum. The museum is housed in a house from the Period of Revival, which was an ownership of a tradesperson from Balchik. Domestic articles, jewels and traditional clothes are presented here. Special place is made to crafts such as: copper making, homespun tailoring, etc. Traditional costumes from Dobrudzha and Kotel can be seen on the second floor of the museum, as well as interesting tools, such as carding machines (devices for wool combing), distaff, looms, etc.
Tourists can learn more about the development of Balchik during the Revival (18th – 19th century) in the Mutual School and the church St. Nikolas, which are a symbol of the struggle of the local population for their own church and education. The two sites are united under the name Revival Complex. In the school the tourists can see what the class room and the teacher’s office had looked like in the period 1861 - 1865. In the class room one can see the school desks of the youngest students – “sandpits”, then the school desks for writing on marble slabs, and the desks behind them had been for the most advanced students, who were writing on parchment sheets.
The Art gallery is also an interesting place to stop. After the returning of South Dobdudzha to Bulgaria in 1940 the gallery was closed, and the exponents were taken to Romania. Reconstruction of the cultural institution began in the 1960s. Nowadays, works of art created by multiple Bulgarian authors are exhibited on an area of 800 square meters. There are a foreign art hall and other two halls which accommodate temporary exhibitions on its first floor. A central place in the foyer of the second floor is occupied by the statue of God Dionysus. Here is the permanent exhibition of the gallery. There are more than 1500 works of art made by Bulgarian and foreign authors in the gallery fund.

The sea resort of Albena is situated in close proximity to the house (4km). The two destinations are connected by a sea shore alley called Dambata. It begins from the yacht port, passes by the Palace and reaches Albena, as its total length is 7300 meters.

The Monastery Ak Yazala Baba – St. Atanas is situated at a distance of 16 km from Balchik, near the village of Obrochishte. The local people call it the Tekke (a dervish monastery). It was built in the 16th century, but it was held by Christians and Muslims as well. The Muslims consider a patron of the monastery the Muslim saint Akyazala Baba. After his death the dervishes built a Tekke, around which the village of Tekiedzhik (today’s village of Obrochishte) was built. On this place the Christians honor St. Atanasius the Great. They believe that there was a monastery here once, which was turned by the Muslims into a dervish sanctuary, and St. Atanasius was murdered by the Ottomans while he was defending his faith. Nowadays visitors can see two buildings – the türbe (tomb), in the middle of which is the grave of Akyazala Baba, and the imaret – the place where the monks were performing their rituals and had accommodated travelers. The buildings have similar architecture – a construction of seven walls, with a rectangular anteroom stuck to one of its walls. The imaret roof was demolished during the war between Russia and Turkey in 1768 – 1774.
There are three premium top class golf courses in close proximity to Balchik. There are also other interesting places in the region – the village of Kranevo, the rock capital of Bulgaria – town of Kavarna. The reservation of the Kaliakra fortress is also near.
Kaliakra (Bulgarian: Калиакра) is a long and narrow peak in the Southern Dobruja region of the northern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, 12 kilometres (7 mi) east of Kavarna, 60 kilometres (37 mi) northeast of Varna and 65 kilometres (40 mi) southwest of Mangalia. The coast is steep with vertical cliffs reaching 70 metres (230 ft) down to the sea.[1] Kaliakra is a nature reserve, where dolphins and cormorants can be observed. It sits on the Via Pontica, a major bird migration route from Africa into Eastern and Northern Europe. Many rare and migrant birds can be seen here in spring and autumn and, like much of this coastline, is home to several rare breeding birds (e.g. pied wheatear and a local race of European shag). The rest of the reserve also has unusual breeding birds; saker falcon, lesser grey shrike and a host of others.
It also features the remains of the fortified walls, water-main, baths and residence of Despot Dobrotitsa in the short-lived Principality of Karvuna's medieval capital.
The Bolata Cove with a small sheltered beach lies just north at the mouth of a picturesque canyon, also part of the nature reserve.
Probably the most popular legend about the place is one about 40 Bulgarian girls, who preferred to tie their hair together and jump off the cliff into the Black Sea rather than face the prospect of being captured by the Ottomans. An obelisk dedicated to this legend is placed at the entrance to the cape, called The Gate of the 40 Maidens.
Another legend tells the story of Saint Nicholas, the patron of seamen, who was running away from the Ottomans when God made the earth under him longer and longer so he could escape, and the cape was formed this way. The saint was eventually captured and a chapel was built in 1993, symbolizing his grave. A dervish monastery is also said to have existed on the same place during Ottoman rule, which is thought to have preserved the relics of Muslim Bektashi saint Sarı Saltık.
A third legend is about Lysimachus, a successor of Alexander the Great, who seized the royal treasure and escaped to Kaliakra, dying in a major storm along with his whole fleet.[5]

Tyulenovo is a village and seaside resort on the north Bulgarian Black Sea Coast.
"Tyulenovo" means "Village of seals" in Bulgarian, but seals haven't been seen in the area since the 1980s. The story of their appearance is almost as blurry as their vanishing. It is rumored that Queen Marie of Romania who had a summer palace in the nearby town of Balchik released a pair of seals she had raised for several years.
Its name during Ottoman rule and Romanian rule was Kalaç-Köy ("village of the sword") and Calacichioi, respectively.
The settlement was founded in the Ancient period, probably by the ancient Tracians and in the next periods was part of the Roman, Bulgarian and Ottoman empires.
Tyulenovo can be reached by taking the old seaside road from Kavarna that passes along the rocky coastline, through the sea resort of Rusalka, and village of Kamen Bryag.
There are about 60 permanent inhabitants, but during the summer there are close to 200 people living here. In the center there are two small hotels, a fishing harbor and a small beach. Dolphins can be seen from the coast and they usually come nearer to the land in the early morning or late afternoon. The caves in the cliffs were used as dwellings, and nowadays backpackers set up camp inside for free accommodation. There is also a great sand beach in Bolata, less than 2 kilometers from Tyulenovo.
Further on down the seaside path from Tyulenovo to Kamen Bryag there is a megalithic complex called the Rocky Monasteries (Bulgarian: Скални Манастир). The megalith consists of tombs carved into the rock and sacrificial stones used by the ancient cult of the Sun. More information about the whole area can be found at the tourist center in the village of Balgarevo where recently discovered artifacts from the Durankulak Eneolithic settlement, belonging to one of the world's earliest civilizations, are also on display.

Varna (Bulgarian: Варна, Varna [ˈvarna]) is situated some 30 km from the house. It is the third-largest city in Bulgaria and the largest city and seaside resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. Situated strategically in the Gulf of Varna, the city has been a major economic, social and cultural centre for almost three millennia. Varna, historically known as Odessos (Ancient Greek: Ὀδησσός), grew from a Thracian seaside settlement to a major sea port on the Black Sea.
Varna is an important centre for business, transportation, education, tourism, entertainment and healthcare.
The oldest gold treasure in the world, belonging to the Varna culture, was discovered in the Varna Necropolis and dates to 4200–4600 BC

City landmarks include the Varna Archaeological Museum, exhibiting the Gold of Varna, the Roman Baths, the Battle of Varna Park Museum, the Naval Museum in the Italianate Villa Assareto displaying the museum ship Drazki torpedo boat, the Museum of Ethnography in an Ottoman-period compound featuring the life of local urban dwellers, fisherfolk, and peasants in the late 19th and early 20th century.
You can see the highlight landmarks using Varna City Card - it combines all essential cultural locations, gives many discounts to tourists in restaurants and bars, and overall saves money.
The Sea Garden, Varna
The 'Sea Garden' is the oldest and perhaps largest park in town containing an open-air theatre (venue of the International Ballet Competition, opera performances and concerts), Varna Aquarium (opened 1932), the Festa Dolphinarium (opened 1984), the Nicolaus Copernicus Observatory and Planetarium, the Museum of Natural History, a terrarium, a zoo, an alpineum, a children's amusement park with a pond, boat house and ice-skating rink, and other attractions. The National Revival Alley is decorated with bronze monuments to prominent Bulgarians, and the Cosmonauts' Alley contains trees planted by Yuri Gagarin and other Soviet and Bulgarian cosmonauts. The Garden is a national monument of landscape architecture and is said to be the largest landscaped park in the Balkans.
The waterfront promenade is lined by a string of beach clubs offering a vibrant scene of rock, hip-hop, Bulgarian and American-style pop, techno, and chalga. In October 2006, The Independent dubbed Varna "Europe's new funky-town, the good-time capital of Bulgaria".[65] The city enjoys a nationwide reputation for its rock, hip-hop, world music, and other artists, clubs, and related events such as July Morning and international rock and hip-hop (including graffiti[66]) venues.

Euxinograd palace
The city beaches, also known as sea baths (морски бани, morski bani), are dotted with hot (up to 55°С/131 °F) sulphuric mineral water sources (used for spas, swimming pools and public showers) and punctured by small sheltered marinas. Additionally, the 2.05 km (1.27 mi) long, 52 m (171 ft) high Asparuhov most bridge is a popular spot for bungee jumping. Outside the city are the Euxinograd palace, park and winery, the University of Sofia Botanical Garden (Ecopark Varna), the Pobiti Kamani rock phenomenon, and the medieval cave monastery, Aladzha.
Tourist shopping areas include the boutique rows along Prince Boris Blvd (with retail rents rivalling Vitosha Blvd in Sofia) and adjacent pedestrian streets, as well as the large mall and big-box cluster in the Mladost district, suitable for motorists. Two other shopping plazas, Piccadilly Park and Central Plaza, are conveniently located to serve tourists in the resorts north of the city centre, both driving and riding the public transit. ATMs and 24/7 gas stations with convenience stores abound.
Food markets, among others, include supermarket chains Billa, Kaufland and Metro. In stores and restaurants, credit cards are normally accepted. There is a number of farmers markets offering fresh local produce; the Kolkhozen Pazar, the largest one, also has a fresh fish market but is located in a crowded area virtually inaccessible for cars.
Like other cities in the region, Varna has its share of stray dogs, for the most part calm and friendly, flashing orange clips on the ears showing they have been castrated and vaccinated. However, urban wildlife is dominated by the ubiquitous seagulls, while brown squirrels inhabit the Sea Garden. In January and February, migrating swans winter on the sheltered beaches.
Varna has some of the finest and oldest museums, professional arts companies, and arts festivals in the nation and is known for its century-old traditions in visual arts, music, and book publishing, as well as for its bustling current hip hop and pop-culture scene. Over the past few decades, it developed as a festival centre of international standing. Varna is a front-runner for European Capital of Culture for 2019, planning to open several new high-profile facilities such as a new opera house and concert hall, a new exhibition centre, and a reconstruction of the Summer Theatre, the historic venue of the International Ballet Competition.
The Dolphinarium – Varna
Varna Dolphinarium is the only attraction of its kind in Bulgaria. It is situated amidst the greenery of the Seaside Garden of Varna and offers a wonderful view over the sea.

Museums in Varna
• National Naval Museum, on display Drazki torpedo boat
• "Nicolaus Copernicus" Observatory and Planetarium
• Varna Archaeological Museum (founded 1888)
• Naval Museum (founded 1923)
• Roman Baths
• Aladzha Monastery
• Battle of Varna Park Museum (founded 1924)
• Museum of Ethnography
• National Revival Museum
• History of Varna Museum
• History of Medicine Museum
• Health Museum (children's)
• Puppet Museum (antique puppets from Puppet Theatre shows)
• Bulgar Settlement of Phanagoria ethnographical village (mockup, with historical reenactments)
• Aquarium (founded 1912)
• Nicolaus Copernicus Observatory and Planetarium
• Naval Academy Planetarium
• Museum of Natural History[73]
• Terrarium
• Varna Zoo
• Dolphinarium (founded 1984)
Galleries in Varna
• Boris Georgiev City Art Gallery
• Georgi Velchev Gallery
• Modern Art Centre (Graffit Gallery Hotel)
• Print Gallery
• Numerous smaller fine and applied arts galleries[74]
Stoyan Bachvarov Dramatic Theatre
• Opera and Philharmonic Society (opera, symphonic and chamber music, ballet, and operetta performances; earliest philharmonic society founded 1888)
• Stoyan Bachvarov Drama Theatre (founded 1921)
• State Puppet Theatre Varna[75] (in Bulgarian, founded 1952; often cited as the finest one in the nation, performances for children and adults)
• Bulgarian Theatre
• Varna Ensemble (traditional folk music and dance)
The best shopping malls in Varna
• Grand Mall Varna
• Delta Planet Mall

Recommended Restaurants in Varna
• Olea – part of “bm” restaurants
• Happy Bar & Grill - Port of Varna Cruise Terminal - part of “happy” restaurants
• La pastaria - Varna City, ParkMart Complex, 482 Boris I Blvd, Primorski Park II
• Mr. Baba – on the Beach, close to port of Varna, 27 "Primorski" Blvd.

Other useful information:

1. Supermarket
• Lidl – 7 km away, Balchik direction

2. Restaurants recommended at Balchik promenade street:
• Regina Maria - BM Restaurant
• Corona

3. Restaurant recommended in Albena:
• Poco – Locco

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