Byala

The village of Byala is a small romantie piece of the Bulgarian nature
The village of Byala is a small romantie piece of the Bulgarian nature

The village of Byala (population: 2 330 inhabitants) is a small romantie piece of the Bulgarian nature, situated 50km south from our seacapitol - the town of Varna and 79 km north of Bourgas.

Founded in the 3 rd century before Christ, Byala today is a mix of traditional working village and tourist resort. Byala is a prosperous Bulgarian village due to the thriving local wine industry. The wine of the extremely fine vintage “Dimyat” is produced there.

It also boasts an impressive setting atop bluffs that end abruptly at the water’s edge. Stairs lead down to a secluded beach that curves north toward rocky Cape Atanas. To the south, another promontory separates the small sandy strip from the beach at Obzor. Bjala with its favourable conditions – crystal sea, sandy beach and a forest – offers wonderful opportunities for recreation.






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