"Butamyata" is a wonderful and known place in Sinemorets. It is the most visited beach in the resort village, because it is secure and located near restaurants and hotels. It is situated in a small bay surrounded by high cliffs that provide tourists with beautiful landscapes. The beach is spacious and covered with fine golden sand and the water is clean and pleasant. The sea is shallow which makes it suitable for families with little children. There are paid umbrellas and sunbeds at "Butamyata", but there is enough space outside the paid area. There are provided pedalos, jet skis and boats for suitable amounts. Prices in the restaurants on the beach are very decent. One can eat cooked fish with beer, pizza, salads and more. Sinemorets is a small and peaceful village which is perfect for relaxation. The nightlife fans are also happy, there are nearby resorts of 10-15 km with bars and discos.
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