Krusha is a village in north-east Bulgaria, part of Avren municipality, Varna region. It is located 28 km north-west to the city of Varna, 28 km north-east to the village of Avren and some 3 km from Kamchiya River.
The relief in the are is hilly. The village is surrounded by century-old oak forests with plenty of game. The air is clear and unique influenced by the proximity to Kamchiya River, Stara Planina mountain and the sea-coast. The climate is temperate-continental and is characterized by a cool summer, a sunny spring, a mild winter with plenty of snowfalls and a colourful spring. The population numbers to approx. 90 people. the former name of the village used to be Dyulger. Altitude - 50 m.
In Krusha there is a tavern, a pensioner's club, a chapel, a post office, a community center witha library, a grocery shop. The nearest school, doctor's and dentist's offices are located in the village of Staro Oryahovo /18 km away/. The village is supplied with water and electricity on a regular basis. Its residents may take advantage on all kinds of modern communications - digital telephone exchange, coverage of all mobile operators, internet. The roads are in a good condition, regular bus transportation is available to the city of Varna and the nearby villages. Several foreign families are permanently residing in the village.
Near Krusha lies a former government hunting residence along with several ponds for carp breeding. These ponds and the nearby longoz forest by the river of Kamchiya attract many and various types of birds - black stork, great cormorant, predator birds. The village and its surroundings are a point of departure for the migratory birds part of the so called Via Pontica - the bird's route to Africa on the Black Sea coast.
Due to the abundance of natural resources /the proximity of Kamchiya river, ponds and lakes, century-old deciduous forests with plenty of game, the favourable climate, beautiful and various landscape/ the area offers excellent opportunities for the development of rural, eco and hunting tourism.
Excellent conditions are available for the construction of holiday settlements and tourist huts far from the havoc of the city life but yet near the city and all the conveniences the modern life offers.
The local people are predominantly occupied in agriculture.
Source: Mirela, internet
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