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SEAPORTS Black Sea coast is one of the physiographic zones and areas of Bulgaria. The area includes the coast, representing the entire eastern border of the country and adjoining water areas. In the section you will find information about seaports for public transport with national importance. The port is a facility on the shore of a sea, river, lake or bay, intended for acceptance of vessels and loading and unloading of goods and passengers. Important to the operation of the ports are the presence of deep waterways and berths, protection from wind and waves, access to ground transportation. In Bulgaria maritime ports of national importance are the Port of Burgas and Varna. The Port Burgas is including the area of ​​the geographical parallel of the Bulgarian-Turkish border to the geographic parallel of cape Emine. Port of Varna is including the area of geographic parallel of cape Emine to the geographic parallel of the Bulgarian-Romanian border.



Black Sea ports, Sea portsSee information on the public transport ports of national importance of the Republic of Bulgaria. The map contains data about infrastructure, port terminals, berths, piers, quay walls and others.

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About port of Burgas port of Burgas,,42.476,,27.500,,42.493,,42.476,27.500,42.493



About port of Varna port of Varna,,43.186,,27.942,,43.203,,43.186,27.942,43.203

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Bulgarian Ports (1879-2014) Co/13Bulgarian Ports (1879-2014)The book “Bulgarian Ports – A Chronicle (1879-2014)” was published with the initiative of Port Infrastructure State Company in order to celebrate 135 years of the port business in Bulgaria. In this book we have for the first time a gathering of the main events related to Bulgarian sea and river (Danube) ports. Its author is the history doctor and famous maritime publicist and explorer Atanas Panayotov. 5/17/2016 1:03:23 PMGP0|#ff2f39a8-3342-4b73-8b85-7764a7ea9f38;L0|#0ff2f39a8-3342-4b73-8b85-7764a7ea9f38|BPI Co;GTSet|#f10e8052-3a96-4abf-9ca4-c9b8abb3b5cf
The Construction of Varna Intermodal Terminal is Among Our Most Important Projects Co/83The Construction of Varna Intermodal Terminal is Among Our Most Important Projects<p><em>Discussion with the Director General of Bulgarian Ports Infrastructure Company (BPI Co.) Mr. Anguel Zabourtov on the topic of the approved investment program of BPI Co. for the year 2016.</em></p><p>Source: <a href=""></a></p>5/25/2016 8:01:31 AMGP0|#ff2f39a8-3342-4b73-8b85-7764a7ea9f38;L0|#0ff2f39a8-3342-4b73-8b85-7764a7ea9f38|BPI Co;GTSet|#f10e8052-3a96-4abf-9ca4-c9b8abb3b5cf
The Port of Burgas is a Starting Point for Cruises Co/84The Port of Burgas is a Starting Point for Cruises In 2015 one of the largest cruise companies in the world, Pullmenter Cruises, selected the port of Burgas as a starting and ending point for cruises. Tourists will arrive by chartered flights and will board the cruise ships in Burgas. For some other tourists Burgas will be the endpoint of their cruise. “In the case of the port of Burgas, this means doubling the traffic of passengers and respectively a serious growth for tourism” said the Executive Director of Burgas Port EAD, Mr. Nikolay Tishev. The port of Burgas has the capacity to accommodate the largest cruise ships sailing in the Black Sea. This will be a benefit for the port and for the tugboat companies, the pilot station, tour-operator companies and the state, said the Executive Director of the port. “Let us not forget that Burgas is the middle point between Nessebar, Pomorie and Sozopol. Through Trakia highway it will provide direct access also to other tourist, cultural and religious landmarks in Bulgaria” said Mr. Tishev. A main advantage of the cruise tourism is the good solvency of tourists and their great interesting in the cultural and historical heritage of the countries they visit. In the year 2013 the number of passengers who passed through Nessebar and Burgas was record-breaking: 55 ships and nearly 27 thousand passengers. For the year 2015 there are more than 60 reservations. The most intensive months were September and October. The main priority of the company in 2014 was the start of the operation of the new passenger port. Five cruise ships landed there with 5670 passengers within two weeks after its opening in October. 5/25/2016 8:16:32 AMGP0|#ff2f39a8-3342-4b73-8b85-7764a7ea9f38;L0|#0ff2f39a8-3342-4b73-8b85-7764a7ea9f38|BPI Co;GTSet|#f10e8052-3a96-4abf-9ca4-c9b8abb3b5cf