Start with a drive along the Southern coast to reach city of Burgas. Take a walk in the pedestrian area and see the former synagogue. It is not functioning any more and is now housing the local Art gallery. Nevertheless one can still admire the beautiful architectural style of the building, which will soon celebrate 100-years from its construction.

Continue further inland to arrive at a small rural village and be welcomed in a family home. Once you are here take a glimpse of the the well tended garden and household. You will find a vegetable garden and orchard as well as domestic animals. In one of the corners see authentic agricultural tools used in blacksmithery, vine-growing and wine-making, beekeeping. 

Don't miss out the highlights in the yard's fully preserved house, build in 1882 and a chapel Sveti Dimitri recently sanctified. Enjoy the Bulgarian's favorite snack banitsa and home made cookies. 

Reboard your coach and have your cameras ready as you will stop for a panoramic view towards Nessebar peninsula. Snap a spectacular picture of this fine landstrip with your ship as a background. On your way back to port get acquainted with the history of Old Nessebar and its medieval churches during a sightseeing tour to explore 6 remaining churches from all the 40 ones, initially built between 11th and 14th C by the wealthy merchants and fishermen, living in the town.

Walking Information: Moderate. Cobblestone streets in Nessebar