Complex “Poseidon” is located in the town of Nesebar, and it consists of six buildings – Orion, Triton, Tesey, Arion, Pegas, and Starfish. The complex, meant for true connoisseurs, is decorated with elegant pergolas and sculptures made in antique style. It features alcoves and rotunda, charming bridges, fountain, benches and walkways, all of which are illuminated in the evening by elegant lanterns. Poseidon Nesebar
Orion is the son of Poseidon and Gorgon Euryale. He was born in Beotia – a fertile land in civilized Greece - whose people had been described as farmers in the winter and sailors in the summer. Orion had the power and ability to walk on water.
Triton, the son of Poseidon and Amphitrite, is a sea god, and just like his father, he carries a trident but his power lies in his shell, the sound of which either comforts or raises the waves. He and his parents live in a marvelous golden palace in the depths of the sea.
Tesey is a legendary hero who created the unity of the Athenian state. He has been in the underground kingdom and has lived in King Minos’ palace. Tesey is famous for his heroic feats and the display of relentless courage in the killing of the Minotaur.
Arion is an ancient Greek, mythological, speaking horse. He was born as a result of the love between Poseidon and Demetra. His speed made the king of Artos the only warlord who managed to save himself in the campaign against Thebes.
Pegasus is the beautiful, winged, immortal, white stallion who carried Zeus’s lightning and guns. According to one of the legends, he is the child of Poseidon and Medusa. His name means ''wellspring'', for every time he stomped his hoof, a fountain would spring.
In Christian symbolism the Starfish stands for the Virgin Mary. ''Virgin Mary - Star of the Sea'' is the ancient name of Jesus Christ’s mother. Starfish is also a heavenly symbol representing eternal divine love. It shines in all directions and provides safe journey through murky waters in times of danger.