The city of Sozopol is located on a scenic bay along the southern Bulgarian coast, about 35 km south of Burgas.
The city, which has a population of 5,000, is one of the oldest on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and one of the country’s most popular seaside resorts. The romantic atmosphere of the city’s beautiful old town attracts visitors from all over the world.
Sozopol offers two beaches – the Central beach and the Harmani beach. There are also a few excellent beaches and campgrounds close to Sozopol: Zlatna Ribka (Golden Fish), Gradina (Garden), Smokinya (Fig Tree), Veselie and Kavatsi.
Sozopol consists of an old part and new part of the town. The Old Town mainly offers romantic old houses for accommodation, whereas the new part of the town is full of hotels of different categories and prices, from small family hotels to luxury hotels, from bungalows to guest houses. Check out the hotels in Sozopol in the left menu, book online and contact us for more information.
Numerous of bars, restaurants, fast-foods, grill- and toast-bars are scattered along the alleys of Sozopol. They offer diverse Bulgarian and international cuisine. The resort is famous for its night life, the multiple clubs, discotheques and bars. Morski Skali and Milet sea-facing streets are dotted with small bars and restaurants.
Many sports activities are possible at the city’s beaches, including jet skiing, surfing, beach volleyball, boating, and fishing.
The Ropotamo Nature Reserve is a short distance south of Sozopol, on the river of the same name. There visitors may take riverboat trips to view the region’s rich assortment of birds and plant life.