Hotel Anchor ⚓  SinemoretsSinemorec

The village of Sinemorez is undoubtedly the paradise spot o n the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. The beautiful nature of the spot will charm you. The green waves of Strandja thouch the silver beaches outlining bays with a cristal clean caressing warm sea water. Far away from the vanity and dirt of the frantic world nowadays, there o ne can open his senses towards the colours and aroma of seaside, mountain, river. o ne plunges in the silence and the natural environment God has given to us.

Sinemorez \since 1934\, Galadzaki, Kalandja \till 1934\ is situated o n a peninsula south from the estuary of Veleka river, at about 5 km south from the town of Ahtopol and 90 km from the city of Burgas. The today’s name of Sinemorez is a literally translation from the Greek word “Galaza” which means “azure”.
The oldest written source about Sinemorez goes back to 1498. In a document related to salt trade there were listed 19 families who inhabited the area. The name of the village is also o n the map of the Ottoman Empire elaborated by the German geographer Christin Rainhard in 1821.

After the Liberation of Bulgaria, Sinemorez was still in Turky. It was liberated later o n during the Balkan War. After it, according to the agreement Mollov – Kafandaris in 1977 the entire Greek population of Kalandja was expatriated in Northern Greece while, at their place, Bulgarians refugees from Eastern Thrace were settled down, the majority of them coming fom the village of Blatza. The population earned their living by cultivating the land, cattle-breeding, logging and coaldigging. Several families earned their living by fishing.
During subaquatic researches in Potamia bay, south of the village there were discovered ceramic fragments from 5-6 century BC and from the Middle Ages. An anchor and a lead skin of ancient ship were also discovered.

Being included in the border zone between Bulgaria and Turky till 1989, Sinemorez was difficult to access. After 1990 the border barrier existing no longer, more and more people can enjoy the incredible natural characteristics of the area.

Bulgarians as well as foreigners take a great interest in the village.Beautiful private houses and hotels are built there. Sewerage has been provided as well as a purifying station.
Reliable electroconductive and water-supply systems have been set up. There is a digital phone system available as well as a cable TV.

Sinemorez disposes of overnight accommodations for more than 1000 people spread in hotels, private houses and holiday resorts. The conditions and the quality of the tourist services are competitive to the most well-known hotels. More than that, the holiday-makers having rest in the village feel like at home. It is quite common to see in the evenings how a land-lord or a hotel owner, siting at the table with their guests, cutting mellow tomatoes fill with sunny juice, pouring brandy for his guests and how all together enjoy listening to Strandja songs and legends, melt into the infinity of the vault of heaven till dawn.
In the small and quiet restaurants of friendly and simple-hearted ambience o ne can have fresh fish or taste the pecularities of a crystally chilled mastic mixed with the fragrance of the heavy with fruit trellis-vines and the darkgreen branches of the fig-trees.

The most visited and popular place is the beach called Butamiata. The wide sand srtip thouches the green balls of the woods. From the shadow and the grass you step right away o n the hot sand. There are four great pubs, cold beer and sprat of course. “Butamiata” is still away from following the widespread standards of beaches in the towns of Primorsko and Sozopol.

If you find the place too animated, south of Butamiata there are two beaches with preserved wild virgin nature.At 1,5-2 km from the village there are “Lipite” (the Lime-trees) and 2 km further there is a small beach called “Listi”. In summertime o n those places o ne can come across to deers and hinds that run away and save themselves in the depth of the woods or get cool by the breeze of the sea shore.
The last southern beach \6 km\ is “Silistar”. After it, next to the Turkish border, there are no more sand strips. Not o nly because of that, but also because of its natural specifics like warm shallow sea and tender sand that the beach is popular.

Синеморец- Hotel Anchor, Sinemorets
Синеморец- Hotel Anchor, Sinemorets
Синеморец- Hotel Anchor, Sinemorets
Синеморец- Hotel Anchor, Sinemorets
Синеморец- Hotel Anchor, Sinemorets
Синеморец- Hotel Anchor, Sinemorets
Синеморец- Hotel Anchor, Sinemorets
Синеморец- Hotel Anchor, Sinemorets
Синеморец- Hotel Anchor, Sinemorets