Situated on a small picturesque peninsula jutting out into the sea Nessebar is one of the few UNESCO World Heritage sights in Bulgaria. Take a sightseeing walking tour to explore few unique Bulgarian churches from all the 40 ones situated on the peninsula built between 11th and 14th C by the wealthy merchants and fishermen, living in the town. One of the oldest sanctuaries is the Basilica built on the coast most probably around the beginning of 5th century. You will visit the Archeological museum and the Church St.Stefan which boasts with colourful wall paintings depicting more than 250 biblical scenes.

Continue with a drive along the Southern coast to reach city of Burgas. Walk in the pedestrian area and pass by the building of the former synagogue, which is housing now the City Art Gallery. Your guide will show you the highlights of the town such as “the Compass” which marks the perfect architectural centre of the city, known to the locals as “The Hub”, and the Gramophone - quite imposing, standing at around 2 meters tall it is one of the city symbols and is located at the oldest largo of Burgas. After that you will have some time to explore the pedestrian area at your own pace. On your way back to Nessebar visit an orchard garden and a farm which boasts with unique collection of 23 species of peacocks. Started as a hobby the farm became the only one in Europe with such variety of the beautiful birds. The farm is situated amidst a vast orchard garden, where cherry, apricot, peach and apple trees are organically grown. You will have a treat with seasonal fruits, which also you can pick from the tree yourself. On completion of the visit, return to ship.