Hi, all! It's the 2nd of September and summer is about to leave, so sad! I wish I could rewind time to the beginning of June when summer months were on their way and everybody was looking forward to their holiday. Luckily, the weather is still hot and I had the chance to feel that summer is still here, spending 3 days on the beach.

More precisely, on my favourite beach - Smokinya, near my favourite town on the Black Sea coast - Sozopol. I am sharing with you some photos of a very beautiful place, called "Germankata" (translated from Bulgarian "The German girl"). 

The story behind the name is that a German girl was sitting on the rocks when suddenly a big wave took her away and she died. It's an area where dangerous rocks meet the sea and where you can watch a beautiful sunset, as we did. 

Have you ever heard of this place? Hope you enjoyed the photos! Have a nice day!

Germankata Germankata Reviewed by Stanislava E. on September 02, 2015 Rating: 5


  1. Миналата година намерихме това местенце, търсейки едно друго :) Много е хубаво, наистина!

  2. Ah it looks so peaceful their! I love the scenery I don't think I would want to leave this place. Glad to hear you are still enjoying the last bit of summer :) Also I love your dress x


  3. Hello Sany! I know what you mean, wish I could rewind the time as well :/ Lets enjoy the heat till it lasts. This place is marvelous and so are your photos, the story behind the location is pretty sad though. You look awesome! Many kisses! xo

  4. Have you been doing a beach hop in August Stanislava? I'm honestly quite envious of all the gorgeous beach views but at least you're sharing them with us :) I can see why this one is your favorite. It sure is beautifully serene! And the story behind the rock is really interesting but I hope it'd not true since it's sad. I really wish we could backtrack to the beginning of summer and do it again as well. At least it's also still quite hot in NYC and I'm not complaining cause soon enough it will be cold and snowy again.

    Thanks for dropping by and catching up with me lovely! I like how you describe Sofia and I think I would agree based on what you've shared of it on your blog. Yes you should totally get yourself a stripe tee. You will wear it all the time ;)

    Rowena @ rolala loves

  5. Oh, the story of German Girl is so sad, personally I haven't heard about this place before. But btw, you took beautiful photos, there is something emotional in them (maybe thanks to the story of this destination...? :) ). What's more, you was very lucky that you spent few days near seaside, do you live near sea? I hope that you're having great day and even better week (luckily, the weekend is so closer:D) ;)

    1. Hi Ivonne! Thanks for your comment! No, I don't live by the seaside. I live in Sofia (the capital of Bulgaria), but the good thing is that it's only 4 hours away from it.

  6. Such lovely photos, and what an interesting story about how the name Germankata came to be. You look very pretty too!
    XO Amanda | Sans Scrubs

  7. I had never heard of this place, so thanks for introducing it. It must be so great to see the sunset as you did when you were there.

  8. Great pictures!Thank you for this sahring this wonderful post, always a pleasure to read your posts.

  9. Hope you had amazing day, dear friend :)

  10. What a gorgeous place and yet a pretty macabre story behind its name! I hope it didn't actually happen in real life, then again if it's notorious then one death is probably not a realistic number either!


  11. What a beautiful and serene looking environment, but I do hope the story is a myth, otherwise how sad is that? Marvellous photos Stanislava and thanks for sharing. You look lovely as well. <3 Have a great weekend dear./Madison
    Cast-Iron Cooking

  12. За пръв път чувам за тази местност! Много интересно място, обожавам гледки от скали.

  13. Този пост съм го пропуснала. Много красиви снимки :))

  14. That's a rare fine view! The outlook is simply marvelous, I can enjoy it for ages.
    I can't but pay a compliment to the photographs which you've taken. Good job, Stanislava!


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