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  • 1 Town walls Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    One gets a glimpse of the walls of the old town from the access dyke flanked by a fine wooden windmill. Built of brick and stone and restored many times by the city's successive occupants (Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Bulgarians, Ottomans), the walls ..

  • The partly buried church of Saint-Saviour was built during the Ottoman occupation (1609). From this period it has retained a fine series of frescoes representing the Apostles among others. As you leave, you will notice, on your right, the remains of ..

  • The tall walls of this imposing basilica, pierced by arches, stand on a small square facing the sea. The building, erected in the 5C, is divided into three naves by two rows of columns, of which, in most cases, only the base remains. The main nave en..

  • The massive-looking St-Stephen's Church, erected in the 10C, features, of course, later additions. Before entering, note the cornice decorated with a green-ceramic frieze. Inside, you will admire carved-wood episcopal thrones, a fine, painted iconost..

  • 5 Church of St John Aliturgetos Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Overlooking the sea, this church always makes an impression on visitors. It owes its charm primarily to its location, but also to its very romantic ruined condition. After taking time to study the decorative geometric incrustations in the brickwork, ..

  • The beauty of the church of Christ-Pantocrator lies in its harmonious proportions. Built of brick and stone in the 13C, it is decorated with a fine green ceramic frieze underlining the blind arcading. The unadorned interior surmounted by a central do..

  • The church of St-John-the-Baptist was erected in the 11C in the shape of a cross. Unadorned and surmounted by a cupola, it boasts a fine Romanesque east end. Useful information: this sanctuary, with its thick walls pierced by loopholes, is a concert ..

  • 8 Church of St-Parasceva Interesting

    Religious buildings

    The church of St-Parasceva rises in the centre of a small, charming square. Built in the 13C, it boasts fine green-ceramic decorations and a nave modelled on that of a basilica. Today, it houses a small art gallery (tall people should be careful not ..

  • 9 Archaeological Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    Mesembriya 2 2

    The Archaeological Museum recalls the Greek, Thracian and Roman past of the ancient city of Messembria (the former name of Nesebar). It displays stelae including the Iulia stela, anchors, bronze objects and jars. It also recalls the Bulgarian medieva..

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