Albena Travel Guide
Albena has a seven kilometre beach which is part of the Black Sea coastline and faces east, offering beautiful sunrises and white outstretched sands for luxurious summer holidays. Apart from the Black Sea waters presenting safe bathing conditions due to the absence of strong tides, the average sea temperature ranges from 20-24 c, making it even more suitable for various kinds of water sport training programmes and facilities on offer such as sailing, yachting, jet skiing, windsurfing, waterwheels and scuba-diving.
Albena Restaurants and Bars
Although food and drink in Albena is believed to be the most expensive in Bulgeria, one certainly gets value for money when being presented with a delicious variety of the best that Bulgeria can offer. There are quality restaurants serving traditional Bulgarian cuisine, plenty alfresco restaurants and bistros offering from continental European to Indian and Chinese cuisine, also bars and intimate cafes along the resort's main thoroughfares and beside the beach.
The most popular and visited places according to public opinion are: Picnic Orehite, Slavyanski Kut,Starobulgarski Stan, Flambe Restaurant, Stariyat Dub, Ribarska Hizha, Arabella ship-restaurant - for delicious seafood,The Tropical cafe - on the main street is very popular with budget-travellers, Dolphin cafe - on the see front also very much in demand
Albena Bars & Clubs
Albena has 3 major nightclubs:
Laguna situated on the beachfront and seems to be the most popular.
Uncle Jim`s - (ground floor of Dobrudza) for good beer.
Tzar discoteque - for nightlife entertainment.
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