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  • Snorkel the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria
  • Lots of interesting snorkeling opportunities between Varna and Burgas
  • Swim with dolphins… if you’re lucky!
  A Bulgaria snorkeling holiday doesn’t immediately come to mind when thinking of visiting this fascinating European country. Bulgarian beaches and sailing opportunities are very well known, but the Black Sea suffers from a bad reputation when it comes to diving and snorkeling - it is often said that there’s little wildlife diversity and visibility can be limited. Well, the Black Sea may not be as diverse as the Mediterranean, but if you know where to go, there are several opportunities for snorkeling in Bulgaria. The stretch of coast between Varna and Burgas has several ideal snorkeling spots, where you can admire rock formation and an interesting array of marine wildlife, including seahorses, turbot, sole and grey mullet. Your captain will know the best spots to drop anchor, making snorkeling the ideal activity to combine to your Bulgaria cruise. Further north from Varna you’ll find Rusalka, a famous holiday village - but not only! Rusalka Beach is often mentioned as one of the best snorkeling spots in Europe. Visibility tends to be better than elsewhere, you can see wrecks of wooden vessels and WW2 battleships, and dolphins are known to visit from time to time!   Find out more about Bulgaria snorkeling - check out our listings below!