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Sozopol lies in the southern part of the region, some 40 km south of Burgas.

Sozopol lies in the southern part of the region, some 40 km south of Burgas. Many people visit it because they are attracted by the discotheques, night clubs and modern hotels of the new town. Still more people go there led by the strong desire to witness the historical beauty of the Old Town. It has a lot to offer, indeed. Historians claim that the first people to settle this area came at the end of the fifth century BC. Since then many different cultures have ruled across these lands, all of them leaving invaluable evidence for their prominence and achievements. The archaeological exhibits displayed at the history museum provide detailed account of the Antiquity period of the town. The fortification wall that runs along the seafront dates back to the Middle Ages and tells the story of the Second Bulgarian State. Most houses in the Old Town are cultural monuments and represent the architectural style characteristic of the Bulgarian Revival Period of the 19th century. Its churches preserve the good Christian traditions but one of them in particular keeps something more than that. The Church of St. Cyril and St. Methodius in Sozopol is the only temple in the world where tourists will be able to see the relics of John the Baptist. The tours around the Old Town usually end in one of the many taverns on the territory of the resort where one can kick back with a glass of wine and taste the best traditional Bulgarian meals.





The town of Balchik up north is yet another pearl in the crown of the Bulgarian seaside that is worth visiting by those who wish to further expand their knowledge on local culture. read more


Kavarna is a place of rich history which has preserved its virginity and the charm of its unique nature and in the meantime - a developing centre of golf tourism. read more


Zlatograd is a charming village located in the Smolyan Province of the Rhodope Mountains only 2 km from the Greek border and 60 km southeast of Smolyan. Between the years of 1867 and 1912 under the rule of the Ottoman Empire the area of the township was known as Daridere. Remittances of that era remain with its numbers historic buildings and 19th century Orthodox churches including a town mosque. read more


Smolyan is a small town, located in the southern part of Bulgaria, near the border of Greece. It is mostly known as a ski resort with a beautiful natural landscape and a popular tourist destination. Its population is about 30000, but it is larger during some parts of the year due to its reputation for having many visitors. It is only a three-hour drive from Sofia, Bulgaria’s capital city. read more

Pamporovo Ski Resort

Pamporovo, located in southern part of Rhodopes, is the southernmost ski center in whole Bulgaria and is one of the most popular winter resorts in the country. Located only 80 kilometers from Plovdiv it is easily accessible by roads. read more

Veliko Tarnovo

Have you heard of Veliko Tarnovo? Has anyone ever told you anything about this town? Did you know that it was established over 7000 years ago... read more


The Bulgarian East wouldn’t be the same without this pebble in the fine golden sands of the Black Sea Coast - Burgas. It is situated 134 km south of Varna and is the fourth largest city in Bulgaria with a population of around 200 thousand people. read more

Gela Village

In the middle of a mountain, surrounded by gigantic peaks, you can find a tiny village called Gela. This place is may be tiny in terms of residents or size, but it is greater than anyone thinks. read more

The coastal town of Byala (Varna)

Byala is a small coastal resort situated 50 km south of Varna and 79 km north of Bourgas. The resort offers wide beaches, clean sea water and broad-leaved forest. The shore line of Byala is characterized by combination of a rocky shore, small bays, and beach lines with sand dunes. read more


The city of Varna is situated in the North-Eastern part of Bulgaria, on the Black Sea shore. Varna is the third largest city in Bulgaria and the largest one on the Black Sea shore with population of about 330 000 people. read more
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