"Eureka!" exclaimed Archimedes and jumped out of the hot water pool in the baths at Syracuse. He had just discovered that "any object, wholly or partly immersed in fluid, is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object," a rule which is now known as Archimedes' principle.
You, however, will shout "Eureka!" – or "I have found it!" – under different circumstances – while dashing into the sea. Your enthusiasm will be justified because you will have discovered one the few still undeveloped and almost-parasol-and-lounger-free spots in Bulgaria. There you can still swim undisturbed by water jets, thugs and their chalga-listening female retinues. When you look at the shore, you will be hard pressed to make out any new development eyesores.
Where in Bulgaria are you?