Rusalka

Rusalka is a seaside resort situated in an oak forest on the northern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. It is located on a bay 90 km northeast of Varna. Rusalka features picturesque caves and small sandy beaches with crystal waters, where dolphin families are playing. In the place of old Roman thermae there are curative mineral water showers. Rusalka holiday village consists of 600 luxurious villas. The holiday village offers accommodation on All-inclusive basis. The complex offers an open air swimming pool with mineral water, a wide Jacuzzi pool, saunas, variety of recreation programs, facilities for children, yacht club, canoe-kayaks, tennis courts, archery, horse riding, etc.

  • Rusalka resort

    Location: Rusalka is a seaside resort situated in an oak forest of a nature reserve on the northern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. It is located on a bay 90 km northeast of Varna, 40 km north of Albena and 23 km from Shabla.

    Beach and climate: Rusalka holiday village features picturesque caves and sandy beaches with crystal clear waters, where dolphins are playing. In the place of old Roman thermal baths there are curative mineral water springs with temperature 38 C.

    Accommodation: Rusalka holiday village consists of 600 luxurious villas. The complex offers accommodation on All-inclusive basis.
    The restricted access to the complex ensure the security of the quests.

    Bars and restaurants: Rusalka holiday village features restaurants with dishes and specialties from the Bulgarian and European cuisines. Tauk Liman Restaurant offers an attractive terrace with a splendid panoramic view of cape Kaliakra. Guests can also visit Kosharite folk-style tavern, day bar, Bar-Tavern situated in a natural cave and a night club.

    Entertainment: The complex offers an open air swimming pool with mineral water, Jacuzzi, saunas and variety of recreation programs. There are diving center, children’s corners and all day Kindergarten, as well. Attractions in the vicinity include the Yaylata and Kaliakra nature and history reserves.

    Close to the resort are situated Yaylata Archeological Reserve and Kaliakra nature and history reserve with remains of an ancient fortress. These places are favorite destinations for bird watchers.

    Rusalka holiday village is situated in close vicinity of two protected areas - the Tauk Liman (Tauk Firth) Reserve and the Ptichiya Zaliv (Bird Bay) Reserve that is home to rare bird species.

    Sport: The resort offers opportunities for an active vacation. At guests' disposal are yacht club with 15 yachts and 15 canoe-kayaks, mini-football field, tennis courts, volleyball and basketball playgrounds, horse riding, archery, 10 tennis courts (2 of them are lighted), fitness hall.

  • Comments on Rusalka  (5)
    • Sanda from Romania
      Sent on 23 June 2010
      The campus is a small paradise, rooms are clean but not fancy. I didn't see air conditioning running and there is no hair dryer or mini bar. TV had only a few programs (2 German, total 10). The food was terrible, looked bad and tasted bad. They reheat the soups from previous day and even put the same bowl of fish egg salad just wiped on the sides and leveled a little. The coffee machine was working just between 7:30 and 10:00. Not to mention there was no teaspoon whatsoever. All juices had a weird taste either chemical or mold. I dont know about alcoholics (never tasted) but the local white wine had a strange phosphorescent color. Sports are just on the list, I saw only on the tennis court some people. We tried to rent bikes or go kayaking but the bikes were broken and about kayaks nobody knew a thing. They just sent us to ask another and another person. The personnel were so grumpy that you feel like an intruder and want to stay away from them. Anyway they cannot help you in any way because they dont know and even if they know, they hardly can put together a phrase in English. Too bad because the location is marvelous, well maintained and a bit savage, away from any noisy resort or city.
    • nicoleta from ro
      Sent on 15 June 2009
      service personnel poorly prepared, nobody except the receptionist does not know a foreign language, appear to be peasants in the area without any training of any kind... For ex.: after breakfast we found 2 maid room who were not bothered at all by this in our room, they not having a job with cleaning the room, had to deal with LCD screen TV that was in the room...In the food were some peasants who stay there, but not bothered to discard immediately after meals is released, expect to fill all of the scrap or be asked to clean.... probably changed the manager and regenerate the resort, giving up qualified personnel in favor of the peasants in the area, cheap labor is probably.... great pity that the location is superb...I do not think back soon, maybe years, to see if the staff has changed...
    • nicoleta from ro
      Sent on 15 June 2009
      p.s. paid parking although you can not get there otherwise than by car!
    • Alexandra from RO
      Sent on 02 September 2008
      Deceiving experience- we will never come again to this resort:the standard rooms are poorly equipped (3 stars and no fridge!!, the windows and the door are old and barely close), the food is disgusting and we noticed they re-cook the food that the tourists didn't eat in the previous days, the staff is arrogant and only at the main bar the drinks are included- so, if you are thirsty in the night(and remember, before 23:00) you have to walk aprox 300m to the bar to get a glass of water. The shops in there had thrice the prices normally seen in other resorts. It's a pity they didn't invest in this great area, cause the landscapes are great.
    • dawn mereweather from uk
      Sent on 13 March 2004
      have not been yet hopeing to go in june ahy one that has been like to here from you thanks

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