The Fortress Wall
Visitors to the architectural, historical and archaeological reserve Old Nesebar, before they can enter the old part of town they must go through the gate and remains of the fortifications.
In V-VI century the small peninsula was surrounded by a massive fortress wall. The continuous action of the waves and the elements, and possibly the constant attacks of the enemy in Nesebar destroyed the wall, smashed bricks and tiles were interspersed. Belt of 4-5 rows of square stones lend the walls not only greater strength, but are also traded picturesque. Today, the best preserved parts of Nesebar are protective equipment near the harbor in the city gate of the isthmus.