On board of Paradise Sailing to St. Anastasia Island
The volcanic rock island St. Anastasia is located in the Bay of Burgas. It is the only Bulgarian Island which has a church – “Ascension”, which is a part of the monastery, which once existed there.
Imagine the pleasure being on board of Paradise Sailing for a perfect sailing trip from Nessebar to the rocky island!
Every Sunday and Monday!
The free bus will take you directly to Nessebar Harbor.
After boarding we will inform you about the program and safety rules. You will be welcomed with drinks and after that everything is set for an exciting sailing trip, during which you can relax without any worries. You can just have fun – the bar is open and tea, coffee, beer, soft drinks, croissants, cookies and crackers will be served. The music is on and our crew will boost your mood!
Have fun and enjoy the pleasure of being our special guests on board of the newest catamaran in the region.
At around 11:00 we moored at the island St. Anastasia
. Once, a place of exile, today he is transformed beyond recognition in attractive and pleasant place for relax. The former prison is transformed into a hotel, the chapel is restored also. You can enjoy the small island beach.
Back to the catamaran, you can swim or if you wont you can continue with the sunbathing. Meanwhile the lunch is served. It is time also for new soft drinks.
We weigh anchor and sail back, while you are enjoying the panorama of the coast.
We moored at Nessebar Harbor. We will take you back to your bus stop.
Duration: 7 hours
Day: Sunday, Monday
Price per person: 135 Levs
Children 2 -11,99 years: 80 Levs
The price includes:
transfer, sailing, visit the island, bathing, lunch and drinks
All Inclusive Drinks:
Tea, coffee, mineral water, soft drinks, white wine, beer
Cookies, crackers, croissants
Grilled vegetables: marrows, aubergines, mushrooms, onions, lettuce, carrots, tomatoes, cabbage, cucumbers, green onions
Flat sausage (lukanka), larded sausage, salami
Yellow cheese, cottage cheese
Bread rolls (white, brown)