Yailata is a seaside terrace, separated from the Dobrudja Plateau with 50-60-meter high cliffs. Located 20 km. north of Cape Kaliakra, it combines both archaeological finds and wild nature. There is a cave town consisting of 101 cave dwellings from the V century BC., an ancient sanctuary, altars, wineries, four necropolises and an early Byzantine fortress from the V-VI century AD. During the Middle ages the caves were used as a monastery complex. The walls of some of the caves still keep legible proto-Bulgarian signs – runes, crosses and stone icons. The Via Pontica migratory passage crosses this area. More than 178 species of nesting migratory birds can be seen here.
A combination of ancient history, wild sea, glorious views, unique nature and wandering winds
My price is 10 Euro per hour + petrol costs (air-conditioned car)
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