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Stone Hotel Istanbul
Şehit Mehmet Paşa Yokuşu No 34 Istanbul 34400 Turkey
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Description Stone Hotel Istanbul
Centrally located in Istanbul, in Sultanahmet, the Stone Hotel Istanbul boasts a unique design, warm hospitality, comfortable rooms, beautiful garden and panoramic roof terrace overlooking the Marmara sea.The hotel is furthermore an ideal starting point for discovering the wonderful town of Istanbul rich in art, history and culture.
The sport complex is located at the top center of the city near the bus station. The complex has an Aquapark and indoor sport halls. The aquapark offers attractions such as a downhill slide and provides entertainment for children. The sport halls are suitable for indoor football, basketball, volleyball and tennis. For relaxation there is a spa and fitness center. Other facilities include a restaurant and cafe.
The complex is open from 8am - 9:30pm and Aquapark 10am - 7pm
Lipite Beach is a small, quiet, secluded beach that is located south of Butamiata Beach. It is one of five beaches in the resort of Sinemores and is located on the Black Sea quite close to the Turkish border.
Lipite Beach can be reached by a small path, which crosses the rocks on the south border of Butamiata.
The beach Silistar is located 5 km south of Sinemorets and lies within a national park area with an abundance of animals and plant life. The water is shallow and calm, making it popular with families. Lifeguards are in attendance during peak season and food and refreshments are available.
The beach is located on the Black Sea and is the last beach before the border with Turkey.
Ustieto na reka Veleka
The mouth of the river Veleka is part of a protected area of 1511 hectares. The river is 145 km long of which 125 km belong to Bulgaria.
The nature reserve is home to a broad variety of fauna and flora including 30 species of fish, rare water turtles, water birds, water plants like the Yellow Water Lilly and trees that are typical for the area. Also the endangered Sea Eagle,which is listed in the World Red Book, can be spotted here.
Visitors to the reserve also have the possiblilty to follow a 10 km long eco-trail that is suitable for hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking.
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