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The town of Primorsko is relatively small as it has population of about 2,500 people. 52km south of Bourgas, the town lies on a cape jutting out between the Stamopolo Bay and the Dyavolski (Devil's) Bay. The town has two beaches, the Northern and the Southern ones. The former is more open and offers rough sea, which makes it treasured by surfers, while the latter is smaller and calmer, and hence preferred by families. Traditionally, the Southern Beach gets overcrowded during the top season, which makes holidaymakers sunbathe at nearby beaches, such as the one of the International Youth Centre. The youth centre is situated only 1-2 km to the south of the town and represents a typical holiday city for young people with plenty of villas, bungalows, hotels, bars, discos, and various sports grounds. The area is forested with deciduous trees and vegetation and is arranged as a park.. The centre was built in socialist times in a bid to promote interaction among youngsters from Soviet Bloc countries.
The most interesting part of the history and the culture of Primorsko is connected with the ancient Thracians who once live in this region. 4 sanctuaries, 12 dolmens and 10 hill necropolises have been discovered here. The most interesting of them is "The Beglik Tash" sanctuary, which reveals the cult of the ancients to the sun.
A sanctuary discovered in 2003 is said to be the earliest dated Thracian sanctuary in South-Eastern Thrace and the Black Sea coast known to this moment. The ceramic utensils discovered, show that there existed communication between the native people and the peoples from the island of Crete, Troy and Egypt as early as the III c. B.C. The sanctuary relates to the cult to the Mother-God. The big rocks and stones of the sanctuary are partially hewed and arranged in unique forms.
The nature reserve Ropotamo, known for its rock phenomena Lavska glava (The Lion's head) and Zmeiska kashta (The dragon's house) is situated on the territory of the town. The Ropotamo river and the Diavolska River cross the town and some 6 kilometres away is the remarkable Maslen cape The sightseers can visit the world famous nature reserves Vodni lilii (The Water Lillies) and "The Ropotamo", protected areas like the Arkoutino marsh and the Stamopolo marsh and the Perla sand dunes.
Kiten | The town of Primorsko is relatively small as it has population of about 2,500 people. 52km south of Bourgas, the town lies on a cape jutting out between the Stamopolo Bay and the Dyavolski (Devil's) Bay
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