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Summer in Lipite Beach in Sinemorets
Bulgaria

"Lipite" is a wonderful place near Sinemorets. "Butamiata". It is not an overcrowsed beach from the resort village, because it is not located near restaurants and hotels. It is situated in a small bay surrounded by high cliffs that provide tourists with beautiful landscapes and a wild forest in the back. The beach is spacious and covered with fine golden sand, the water is clean and pleasant. The sea is shallow which makes it suitable for families with little children. There are no paid umbrellas and sunbeds at "Lipite" and there is plenty of space. It is called a "wild" beach which attracts people willing to get away from the crowd and relax in the nature. It is a popular place for surfers. It is also a popular occasional tent camping site for lovers of camp fires in the evening.

Copyright: Branimir Minkov
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Taken: 28/07/2014
Uploaded: 05/08/2014
Updated: 06/08/2014
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Tags: beach; people; forest; tree; sand; umbrella; tourists; vacation; relax; wave; black sea; south coast
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