Tsarevo is constructed on two picturesque peninsulas on the Black sea coast. It is 70 kilometers south-east direction of Bourgas. The town was destroyed by a huge fire in 1882 and than reconstructed again. The town had a developed port and great traditions in ship-building and fishing. The close proximity to Strandzha, where wooden material for ship-construction was taken, was one of the basic advantages of Tsarevo. Traditionally, smaller to medium sized ships were built in the ship building plant in Tsarevo, but their distinctive feature was their sharp ship bow.
Today Tsarevo is amongst the most visited south Black sea resorts. The resort offers great hospitality, perfect service, lots of attractions and a rich market with fresh vegetables, locally grown. Very pleasant is an evening walk along the port over the pier, a walk in the town’s coast park or a walk to the bay where “Uspenie Bogorodichno” church is situated.
The small and cozy resort offers a lot of entertainment, especially for families with kids.
There are numerous restaurants which offer Bulgarian national and international cuisine, fish delicacies and many other good choices of food.
The central beach of the town is small, but surrounded by picturesque trees from the town’s park.
Regattas, windsurf competitions, underwater hunt, etc. are organized habitually in the resort.
The resort settlement of Lozenets is situated at a distance of 7 km from the town. The beaches of the former camping areas of Coral, South and Oasis are situated near Tsarevo. Other small resort towns such as Ahtopol, Sinemorets, Kiten, etc. are also situated nearby.