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Welcome to Family Hotel Lazur at the Bulgarian Rivera!
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Sunday, 13 January 2013

ImageLean back and enjoy. Take your time for relaxation and recreation, for this is what you will find at our family hotel in sunny Ravda. To assist you in making the best out of your holiday is our goal!

Whether you are seeking for a peaceful recreational vacation or an exciting adventure, our hotel offers the perfect accomodation. Situated near the beach, in the idyllic village of Ravda and close to all tourist attractions, we offer you the chance to experience the authentic Bulgarian atmosphere and customize your very special holiday.

Enjoy wonderful stays at sea, whether during sunbathing or long beach-walks, and experience the diversity and cultural heritage of Bulgaria by excursions in the area.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Ravda!

Warmest regards,

Family Andreev & Employees

Last Updated ( Sunday, 09 February 2014 )
Ravda – Beyond mass tourism
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Monday, 14 January 2013
Beyond the mass tourism the beautiful village of Ravda is a well-known hot tip among the insiders. ImageHere you will still find virgin nature-beaches, romantic bays, small restaurants and original taverns with excellent food and a cosy ambience.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 09 February 2014 )
Bulgaria - cultural landscape in southern sun
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Tuesday, 15 January 2013
ImageThe geographic position/situation of Bulgaria as a crossroads between the East and West, provides the extremely rich and diverse cultural heritage of the country. Thracians, Greeks, Romans, Slavs, Protobulgarian, Byzantines and Ottomans left behind their traces in what is Bulgaria today.  Bulgaria is the homeland of the mystical singer Orpheus and the legendary Gladiator Spartacus. Many traditions and today-practices in Bulgaria (such as the Nestinari Dance and The Day of Wine for example) could be traced back to Thracian times.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 09 February 2014 )



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