Weather Averages for Sunny Beach in April
Averages for Sunny Beach in April
April begins to get much warmer in Sunny Beach as spring arrives at the resort.
Daytime temperatures now reach a pleasant high of 16°C (61°F), however this can fall to as low as 7°C (45°F) in the evenings.
There is also much more hours of sunshine, so you would be able to be out and about during the day in light clothing such as t-shirts and shorts.
However there is still a risk of rain showers during this time of year so it would be best to also pack a light jacket or waterproof mac.
If the day is warm and clear you can of course head to the famous beach, with its miles of golden sand. Water sports are especially popular in the area, and you can try your hand at jet skiing, waterskiing, scuba diving and much more.
Water sports in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria.
Many more resorts and facilities begin to open up in April, so you can find something to suit everybody. Restaurants range from dinosaur themed family joints to more upmarket, romantic night spots. And there is also not one, but two McDonald’s restaurants!
Younger holiday makers will be pleased to hear that the wide variety of night clubs in the resort also begin to reopen at this time of year, so you will be spoilt for choice of venues in which to dance the night away!
Boat tours are popular round the bay and you can take a jeep safari to explore the scenery outside of the resort.
With more and more hotels reopening at this time of year, prices do begin to climb but there are still bargains to be had – whether it is the budget Palazzo Apartments or the four star Majestic Hotel and Residence, you’re guaranteed to find excellent accommodation in Sunny Beach.
Bird's eye view of Sunny Beach, Bulgaria.
April events in Sunny Beach
10th April 2015
Good Friday commemorates the moments leading up to and including the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, as told in the New Testament of the Bible. The most common symbols in observing Good Friday are the cross and crucifix, as well as traditions which include the venerations of the cross and the preaching or singing of the Passion of Christ.
11th April 2015
During Holy Saturday it is customary for the clergy and people to hold candles during the singing of the Lamentations and at the procession of the Epitaphios, an icon most often found as a large cloth, embroidered and often richly adorned. This practice is rooted in ancient Christian burial practices. Candles are lit to symbolize the victory of Christ over death, and to express as well the church's belief in Christ’s resurrection.
12th April 2015
In Bulgaria and the rest of the country, many worshippers celebrate outside churches after midnight liturgy, carrying candles to symbolize the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Painted eggs are cracked or smashed and richly-painted Orthodox churches are filled with clouds of incense and choir songs.
13th April 2015
Easter Monday is also referred to as “Bright Monday” or “New Monday” in many Orthodox churches. “Bright Monday” falls on “Bright Week”, which is a seven-day period that begins on Easter Sunday. For many Orthodox Christians, the fast and the time of mourning is over and it is a time to be joyous and happy.