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Destinations Near By

Sozopol (old town) – Sozopol is situated on a picturesque peninsula in the southern part of the Bay of Burgas. It is one of the oldest cities on the Bulgarian Black sea coast and one of the most popular seaside resorts in the country. The town was founded in the 7th century BC by Greek colonists and has established itself as a trade and naval centre in the following centuries. The city is divided into the Old Town and the modern section. Tourists from all over the world visit this beautiful and romantic place to feel the unique atmosphere of the Оld town and wander into small charming alleys of the city.

The accommodation options in Sozopol are varied – luxury hotels, small family hotels, guest houses, bungalows. In the immediate vicinity to the town several campings are located as “Garden”, “Zlatna Ribka”, “Kavatsi”, “Veselie” and “Smokinya”.

The biggest events in Sozopol are The Apollonia Festival (September 1-10) and the July Celebration (June 30-July 1).

Ravadinovo Castle

The Castle of Ravadinovo is a spectacular attraction located a couple of kilometers from Sozopol.

The Castle is in a quaint fairy-tale style with a wine cellar, set amidst landscaped gardens with fountains and a lake. The castle provides unique memories and emotions, along with being an excellent photo opportunity, especially if you come in the summer.

The Castle of Ravadinovo does not provide any sleeping options at the moment but Burgas, Sozopol and the nearby towns and villages along the coast all offer a good choice of hotel accommodation, restaurants and various tourist attractions.


 Nesebar is an ancient city and one of the major seaside resorts on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, located in Burgas Province. The town has a century -old history and it has preserved architectural monuments from all periods in its thousand-year old existence.

Originally a Thracian settlement, it became a Greek colony at the beginning of the 6th century BC.

Nessebar was settled at the end of the Bronze Age by the ancient Thracians, who called it Melsambria. Nowadays, you’ll find the preserved remains of ancient times —the Roman and Medieval walls, the Byzantine and Bulgarian churches as well as houses from the 18th and 19th centuries.

Because of its unique historic value, it was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1983. Today, the Old Town is an attractive place for romantic walks and sightseeing, between boutiques selling interesting handmade goods.

Sunny Beach

Sunny Beach is the largest resort in Bulgaria. It was created in the year of 1958. The accommodation options in the complex are exceptionally diverse – there are luxurious five star complexes as well as various categories of hotels, villas, guest houses, apartment hotels. Entertainment of tourists is guaranteed by diverse attractions – water sports, surfing, beach volleyball, aqua park.

Sunny Beach is situated along the widest beach strip. With its hundreds of bars and restaurants, multiple entertainment and shops and its developed infrastructure, the resort attracts thousands of tourists from around the world. The tourist season here lasts from May trough October.

Sunny Beach has a very small permanent population, but during the summer the resort is home to many thousands of tourists. Today, the complex is known as one of Europe’s wildest party destinations.

Old houses in Medovo

Built in the style of the Bulgarian National Revival houses, the complex unites the beauty and cosiness of the Bulgarian past and the comfort and luxury of the present.

The Old Houses Holiday Complex in the village of Medovo is 23 km. away from the city of Burgas and It is situated at the foot of the Eastern Balkan Range. The holiday complex is supplied with healing mineral water which is good for drinking and suitable for spa treatment and procedures.

Built in the style of the Bulgarian National Revival houses, the complex unites the beauty and cosiness of the Bulgarian past and the comfort and luxury of the present.

The proximity to Burgas and other tourist destination makes them easily accessible and desired tourist attraction.

Ropotamo River

The Ropotamo Reservation is situated at a distance of about 50 km south from Burgas.

There are multiple interesting and unique natural sites on the reservation territory – a firth part and an inlet terrace of the Ropotamo river with natural dense forests, natural sand dunes and a beach stripe, broad-leaved forests with Mediterranean elements.

The Reserve includes the Arkutino Swamp, a sea wormwood field, the Snake Island, and incredible rock formations, such as the Lion Rock, the Jolly Rock, fjords and sea caves, which you can see thanks to the boats leaving at regular intervals throughout the day. You will immerse yourself in the pleasant atmosphere of the virgin flora and fauna which includes rare birds, red deer, wild boar, roe deer, jackal, fox, marten and otter. All this beauty is seen against the background of dense forests and lianas.

Beglik Tash

In 2003 the unique Thracian sanctuary Beglik Tash was unveiled. It is located on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, 5 km from the town of Primorsko and 40 km from the town of Bourgas at the foot of Strandzha Mountain.
The sanctuary consists of a central part and two circles of smaller structures around it with a total area of about 6 decares.

According to the team of archaeologists, based on the finds (ceramics, Roman coins, animal bones) – the earliest artifacts date from the VII – V century BC. in the late Bronze Age.

Begliktash belongs to the group of objects with aesthetic, scientific, educational and research value and according to the original Bulgarian methodology for the assessment of geological phenomena, Begliktash is a phenomenon of national importance.