St. Anastasia IslandCurrently Open
- Address: St. Augustine Island, Bulgaria, Burgas
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
- Tags: Island, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
The only inhabited island off the Black Sea Coast has an interesting history. There used to be a convent here that was built in the middle ages, but when the island was transformed into a prison in the1920s, it was abandoned. When communist prisoners escaped the island, and later came to power, they renamed this isle as the Bolshevik Island.
Today, visitors to the island will find pubs, restaurants and accommodation. There’s a lighthouse that you may walk up to, and a small museum on the island’s history to visit. There’s a beautiful, small chapel.
- BGN 9 ferry ticket for kids and elderly.
- BGN12 ferry ticket for adults.
- Tickets must be bought at the boat in Burgas.
- The ferry ride takes 30 minutes.
- You can only get here by ferry from Burgas.
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95% of people who visit Burgas include St. Anastasia Island in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
29.76% of people start their St. Anastasia Island visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 5 Hrs to see St. Anastasia Island
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting St. Anastasia Island
Beautiful place, helpful people, nice place to visit.
This is perfect place for children. Have a museum, an ancient church, tea and coffe bar, restaurant...
Very beautiful place,it might be small, but it's worth to be seen! The restaurant has a typical menu,the church is authentic and the views are stunning! They have the little cafeteria/there is a typical name,not café/ authentic as in the past. Plus there is the lovly boat trip until you get there! Something worth seeing!
Amazing place! 😍
Единственият български остров в Черно море, превърнат в туристическа атракция. До него се стига с корабче, а пътуването продължава около четиридесет минути в едната посока. Самият остров е малък. Табелите са малко, а пристанът е пълен с мидени черупки, от които лъха неприятен мирис. Музеят, обаче, е много оригинален и интересен. Можете да си вземете сертификат за островитянин. Една от залите му е посветена на животните в Черно море. За всеки представен вид има информация на български и английски, както и модел на животното в реален размер. Макар да има какво да се подобри, остров Света Анастасия е красиво място и си заслужава да се посети.