The hotel has a very good location in the center of Lyubimets and offers its visitors great proximity to important international roads and interesting sightseeing places.
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Many natural attractions and tourist destinations
Deaf Stones – it is a rock cult complex created by the Thracians a few millennia ago. It is located a few kilometers from the village of Malko Gradishte in the north-eastern Rhodope mountains. Several hundreds of trapezoidal niches are carved into a monolithic rock block 30 meters high. They were supposedly used as funeral urns.
50 m. away from the niches are located the megalithic tombs, two of which are perfectly preserved. The first is a 2 meter long and 1.5 meter wide room, carved into the granite rock. From it up the 33 carved into the stone steps one can reach the very top, where a tomb – mausoleum with dimensions 3 x 3 m is located.
The whole burial complex named Deaf Stones was surrounded by a large fortress wall, the foundations of which are visible to this day. The megalith complex Deaf Stones was one of the largest Thracian sanctuaries B.C. , whose power can be felt by anyone who visits it nowadays still.
The Thracian tomb Mezek
The Mezek tomb is located about 10 km away from Svilengrad. It is considered the largest and one of the most interesting and impressive dome tombs of the Mycenaean type in Thrace. It dates back to IV century B.C. It is fully preserved in its original form. It is distinguished by its unusual architecture – it consists of one round and two rectangular chambers.
Numerous unique objects of gold, bronze, iron, glass and ceramics were found in the tomb. According to archaeologists, it probably belonged to a local ruler. One of the most interesting findings in it is a bronze statue of a boar from the middle of the second half of the IV century B.C.
THE MEDIEVAL FORTRESS NEUTZIKON NEAR THE VILLAGE OF MEZEK
The fortress of Neutzikon is located next to the village of Mezek at an altitude of about 210 meters. It can be reached by road from the western end of the village leading to the hill of Sheinovets. The fortress is about a kilometer north of the Greek border, and a military facility in the place of the eastern tower built during the Cold War points to this fact also.
The fortress falls within the natural landmark “Kaleto” for protection of rock formations, declared a protected area with code No. 273 in the register of the protected areas in Bulgaria.