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Outside BBQ at Restaurant Megdancheto. Merdanya, Bulgaria.

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There are several places to visit that are near the campsite. Great for a short walk or a half day visit if your itinerary doesn’t allow much time for sightseeing. Our village, Dragizhevo, is only 300 meters away and you can get a good sense of Bulgarian village life with several shops for groceries. There also monasteries, churches and local nature areas to visit.

Category: Near The Campsite

  • Restaurant Megdancheto, Merdanya

    Restaurant Megdancheto, Merdanya

    You do not want to go to the city? After a long ride, you prefer to eat at a place near the campsite? You would like to experience traditional Bulgarian cuisine? In this case, Restaurant Megdancheto is the perfect place for you. Restaurant Megdancheto is located in the neighbouring village, Merdanya. The name Megdancheto comes […]

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  • Kika Pizza in Gorna Oryahovitsa

    Kika Pizza in Gorna Oryahovitsa

    If you fancy pizza for tea then Kika Pizza in Gorna Oryahovitsa offers delicious home made pizzas for collection only. They have a large range of pizza toppings and each pizza is made fresh to order. Choose either a 30 cm pizza, which is ideal for two people. Alternatively, choose a 50 cm pizza which […]

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  • Hotel Banyata in Lyaskovets

    Hotel Banyata in Lyaskovets

    Hotel Banyata in Lyaskovets offers hotel accommodation, coffee shop and restaurant. The hotel was converted from the public bathhouse many years ago. The name translated literally means “the bath”. It is only 6 Km from the campsite so great to pop out to if you just want a quick evening meal. You can dine outdoors […]

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  • Bus Service to Veliko Tarnovo

    Bus Service to Veliko Tarnovo

    If you do not want to drive into Veliko Tarnovo with your camping vehicle then, it is possible to catch the bus service to Veliko Tarnovo. The local bus service, Number 99, goes from the campsite to a local town called Lyaskovets. In Lyaskovets you change to the bus service, Number 14, that goes to […]

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  • Country Walks Around The Campsite

    Country Walks Around The Campsite

    The country walks around the campsite are simple paths through the fields. The paths are not marked however are very easy to follow as they are used by the farming vehicles so they are large paths. The terrain is mostly earth and some rocks so good footwear is recommended. These walks are not serious hiking […]

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  • Dragizhevo Village

    Dragizhevo Village

    Locally, people call Dragizhevo “The Cherry Village”. This is because it produces the first and best tasting cherries in Bulgaria. It is great if you are here in late May, as you will get to try some. Dragizhevo is a typical Bulgarian working village. During the warm summer evenings the village comes to life as […]

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  • Bird Watching

    Bird Watching

    Bulgaria is home to over 420 bird species and is one of the up and coming destinations for ornithologists. The various wild habitats provide shelter for 22 endangered species. Hence, Bulgaria is a great place for bird-watching and photography. The Via Ponitca, one of the migratory routes in Europe, passes through Bulgaria. There are two […]

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  • Local Walking Trails

    Local Walking Trails

    Walking and hiking have been a popular pastime in Bulgaria for generations. There is a criss-crossed of way-marked eco trails in Bulgaria. The Local Walking Paths lead you through mountains, valleys and villages. There are several beautiful local walking trails close to the campsite that offer tranquility, the beauty of nature and wonderful scenery. Two […]

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  • St. Peter and Paul Monastery

    St. Peter and Paul Monastery

    St. Peter and Paul Monastery, Lyaskovets is situated on the highest hill in the area over-looking the village of Dragizhevo. It is one of the smallest but also one of the best maintained. It perches high on the rocks of the Arbanasi plateau and this explains why, through history, it has remained largely untouched. Today it […]

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