Locals refer to it as “The Lion's Head” – but, as you have deduced correctly, it's not a pub in South London. It's a rock high above a meandering river on the southern Black Sea coast. It's located in an area declared a nature reserve, which has managed to protect it from the unbridled construction and entrepreneurship seen elsewhere south of Sozopol.
Get to know the Bulgarian superstitions and myths in order to avoid getting your fish and eggs mixed. Or was it milk?
Environmentalists and landowners are at loggerheads over a nature protection programme that threatens the construction boom
Bulgaria's top leaders deflect the attention of the masses with a new kind of kitschy nationalism
Sky diving over Sofia is not for the brave, it is for the bravest. Yet, it's remarkably safe and easy