The eastern Bulgarian coast is washed by the Black Sea. 380 km marvelous stretch of beaches, calm and safe sea, clear water and healthy air, fine golden sand and natural dunes, mineral water springs, resorts, holiday villages and campsites. The welcoming climate from late May to late September with average sea temperatures of 25 C attract more and more tourists and investors each year.
Picturesque bays and rocks, spacious beaches with sand dunes and warm sea create the attractive force of the Bulgarian Southern Black Sea coast. Wonderful nature in combination with modern construction - this is the magic of the holiday villages of St. Vlas, Elenite, Pomorie, Sinemorets. Sunny Beach – the largest and most popular Bulgarian summer resort offers all kinds of entertainment mostly for the nightlife lovers. The romantic atmosphere of the ancient times can be felt in the beautiful small seaside towns of Nessebar and Sozopol with their old parts representing the cultural heritage of the country. To the north the long and indented coastline is bordered by the farthest spurs of the Balkan range and to the south - by the heights of the Strandzha Mountain. The habits and traditions, preserved in the Strandzha region, are still a part of the everyday life in Ahtopol, Tzarevo, Kiten, and Primorsko. In restaurants and bars foreign tourists are enchanted by the unique artistic atmosphere of the Strandzha fire-dances. History, culture and luxury combined together - this is the Southern Black Sea coast.