Towns and villages - Melnik
This is a true museum town. Its picturesque location, the unique Revival Period architecture of its houses, tucked into the reddish sandstones, the wine-cellar caves, where the wine, spreading the fame of Melnik in the world, ripens and matures, have long earned it the fame of one of the most attractive spots to visit in Bulgaria. The little town is about 20 km southeast of Sandanski and about 95 km south of Blagoevgrad. This is the smallest Bulgarian town.

Melnik is located amidst the grand Melnik pyramids, a natural phenomenon, declared a nature landmark (1960). The impressive rock formations (earth pyramids) can be seen around Melnik and close to the village of Kurlanovo, where they reach a height of up to 100 m. They resemble pyramids, obelisks, gothic temples, towers, sharp-peaked ridges, etc. They have been formed by the erosion of the mountain springs, the evaporation of the rocks and by the rains onto the sediments of different mineral composition.

The Rozhen Monastery of the Nativity of the Holy Virgin is 4.5 km northeast of Melnik in the southwest slopes of Mount Pirin.

Discover Bulgaria
This tour presents the highlights of the Bulgarian culture and historical heritage: the famous golden treasures of the Thracians, the unique frescos and icons of Bulgarian monasteries, picturesque Rivaval towns and wonderful landscapes.
Monastery Tour
Seculed ath the foot of the mountain or perched on the hills, but always amidst vivid scenery have been a genuine treasury of Bulgarian spirit.Fantastic mural paintings and frescoes made by the hand of familiar or unknown icon painters cover the interior of the churches.
Three Mountains
Bulgarian landscape is fascinatingly diverse-low and high mountains,valleys and meadows, beaches and bays.Enjoy the the charming of the Bulgarian towns, still preserving the atmosphere of National Revival period –a unique combination of a legendary history and and fascinating present
Daily tour Koprivshtitsa
One of the most charming small Bulgarian towns-a museum of Bulgarian Renaissance architecture.Every street and house tells about the heroic past of this ancient town.A unique collection of ethnographic treasures,Revival works of art and embroidery has also been preserved.
Daily tour Rila Monastery
The holy ground for all Bulgarians.It is a symbol of their national identity and dignity.Visitors are impressed by the the pure harmonious line of the buildings, the exquisite colonnades and arches.
Daily tour Sofia
Sofia is one of the oldest cities in Europe, with thousand of years of history and monuments from different civilizations.Sofia celebrates on September 17 , as this is the day of its patron-saints Viara(Faith), Nadezhda(Hope), Lyubov(Love) and their mother Sofia which in Greek means “wisdom”
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