The Bulgarian Black Sea coast was inhabited centuries ago - the earliest records date from 5th century BC. Nowadays it is a magnet for hundreds of thousands of Bulgarians and foreign visitors every year. The welcoming climate from late May to late September with average sea temperatures of 25C, the beaches with fine golden sands, and the modern resorts not surprisingly attract more and more tourists. The Black Sea coast is also one of the best spa areas in the country where the combination of sea climate, mineral baths, hot springs, and curative mud adds to the possibilities of holiday enjoyment. The vast tourist complexes such as Sunny Beach and Golden Sands, newer resorts like Albena, and holiday villages such as Elenite and Dyuni compare favorably with villa settlements in the Mediterranean.

Golden Sands
The Golden Sands resort is the largest one on the northern Black Sea coast.
Sunny Beach
Sunny Beach is the largest seaside resort on the Bulgarian Riviera...
Albena Seaside Resort
Albena is located 35 km north of the city of Varna on a pretty bay on Black Sea's north coast.
Situated on a rocky peninsula on the Black Sea, the more than 3,000 year-old site of Nessebar ...
St. Konstantin & Elena
The picturesque resort of St. Konstantin is one of the oldest on the Black Sea coast.
The city of Sozopol, originally named Apollonia is the oldest city on the Bulgarian cost of Black Sea.
Balchik is a 2600 years old town, a formerly Greek-Byzantine fortress Dionysopolis.
The modern resort of Elenite is situated at the southern part of the Black Sea coast 10km ...