Travel with a car rental in Ravda
General information about Ravda
Ravda is beautiful small village located on the sea coast, between
Burgas. It is located on only 3 km away from Nessebar, 5 km away from
Sunny Beach and 30 km away from Burgas. The location is extremely communicative and at the same time the bay of the village is peacefull. There are many modern and new hotels and resort complexes.
The village is developing tourism successfully, for the last few years it attracts more and more tourists and visitors. Good prices and infrastructure are one of the main reasons for the resort to become more popular every year. Thea area around the village is wonderful for investors, which want to invest in real estate. Ravda is famous with its school camps, which are visited every year by the younger tourists. The beach in Ravda is very clean and the sand is fine. The proximity to all other interesting resorts in the area makes it good starting point for your trip. Top Rent A Car offers delivery to Ravda, or you could take a car from our office in Sunny Beach. Ravda has everything you need for complete holiday on the beach - luxury resorts, hotels and complexes, good fish and national restaurants, pubs, clubs and many others and on comparatively lower prices than other resorts nearby.
Virtual walk in Ravda
Sightseeing around Ravda
If you take a rental car, it would be very easy to visit the all interesting resorts, historical, cultural, archeological and many other sightseeing around. At the moment is building an ultra modern yacht port, which should be ready in 2 years. The children and school camps make Ravda visited by students from Russia, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Poland and many others.
In the village you could taste a traditional cuisine or buy a natural fruits and vegetables directly from the manufacturer.
These are only a part of ways to enjoy in Ravda:
- You could practise skiing, water ball, swimming, diving and driving jet.
- Facilities for anothes sports - football, basketball, tennis on court, table tennis, volleyball and others.
- Very good restaurants, clubs, discos and pubs.
- For those who like night life, the proximity to the crowds of Sunny Beach is good condition.
- The green area and clean water is good for fishin and picnics.
The scientiest and archeologists have found many ancient artefacts in the area, which evidenced that the village is settled since a long time ago.There are many different assumptions for the name of the resort village, but the most interesting is the Legend for young girl, named Ravdalina. She was so beautiful so even the Greek God of the sea Neptun fell inlove with her. He has offered to take her in the Sea with him, but she refused. God Neptun has become very angry and sent a storm and big waves, which have to destruct the village. The other Gods, preserved the village from the fury of Neptun, and thats how have been formed the wonderful bays around the village.
Ravda is divided on two parts by the cape Ravda. The south beach has more offers for entertainment, but the north beach is very pleasent and peacefull. Another interesting site in the resort is the old church, which was built in 1884, and later in 1998 it was renovated. The resort has easy access with rental car to the most preferred resorts on the southern sea coast: Nessebar, Sunny Beach, Aheloy, Sveti Vlas, Elenite, Obzor, and Byala.
Hotels, restaurants and places to go
The best hotels in Ravda according to Trip Advisor:
- Emerald Beach Resort & Spa
- Hotel Bijou
- Makao Family Hotel
- Rutland Bay Ravda
The best restaurants in Ravda according to Trip Advisor са:
- Sea Boulevard Cafe & Diner
- Coctail Bar Hawaii
Car hire in Ravda
You could rent a car in Ravda from Top Rent a Car. If you plan to visit Ravda and have not booked your car yet, you could do it by using our reservations form left. If you travel from Burgas, Top Rent A Car has office on Burgas airport, Burgas - downtown, and Sunny Beach, where you could pick up a car on spot. Top Rent A Car offers and delivery to Ravda.
Ravda beach By Izvora (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons