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The prices defy all competition on this seaside. 3 hours from Paris.

L'été approach and the quest for a destination within reach. Affordable price becomes more and more difficult year after year. A few minutes from Paris, there are still seaside resorts at attractive prices. If Croatia woné its reputation as a trendy and inexpensive destination in recent years, the good deal quickly sold out. à as tourists from Western Europe have discovered the charms of Dubrovnik, Hvar, Sibenik or Zadar.

This is not (yet) the case anymore. the east. Welcome to the northern Black Sea coast, & the border between Bulgaria and Romania! This little-known region holds treasures for travelers in search of tranquility& ;eacute; and change of scenery, all at your fingertips. unbeatable prices. Vama Veche, a former fishing village that has become a Bohemian seaside resort, and Durankulak, the last Bulgarian village before Romania, are two essential stops. There are no large tourist complexes here, but charming guesthouses, waterside campsites and a few simple hotels. The atmosphere is relaxed, conducive to relaxation. relaxation and meetings.

Beer costs less than 2 euros, hotel prices are ridiculous in this European country and the beaches are still empty

The long sandy beaches are the major asset of the region. That of Durankulak, particularly beautiful, stretches out to a wide angle. loss of sight. The adjacent lake, classified as protected natural site of Ramsar, offers a striking spectacle in winter when thousands of migratory birds, geese, ducks, swans and pelicans meet there.

Side budget, it is above all one of the most affordable spots in Europe! Count around 20 euros per night camping, 40-60 euros in a double room   the hotel. According to reports from a Bulgarian media outlet Blitz.bg, a pizza will cost you around 5 euros per month. Vama Veche and a local beer between 1 and 2.5 euros. Unbeatable prices that attract a young and trendy clientele from Bucharest, but also from Europe and even from Dubai! according to a local expert.

To make the most of the region, it is better to rent a car. Varna Airport in Bulgaria, Only 3 hours of direct flight from Paris with Transavia in summer, is the ideal gateway. From there, the beaches of Durankulak are just a short walk away. a short hour's drive. But the secret of this little paradise begins à spread. The increasing reservations suggest a very good season. Tourism professionals warn of the risks of overcrowding and gentrification which threaten the alternative spirit and nature of the places.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116