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Golden Sands is a modern resort with more than 50-year history and traditions! It features an incomparable combination of a unique national park, warm and clean sea water and fine golden sand!

Golden Sands was declared a protected territory in 1943. The tourist complex has an area of 177.13 hectares. In this way a large part of the park has been preserved in its natural state, with no human interference. The closeness of the sea, the mild climate and the sea breeze have had a strong influence on the flora and fauna of the park, for which reason it is distinguished from the other national parks. The dense deciduous forest with its tree tops wrapped in lianas gradually descends to the sea coast.
There are a number of restaurants, sports and entertainment facilities, located both along the beach and amidst the beautiful verdure. The golden beach starts literally from the foot of the forest, and the curative mineral springs form the resort’s enormous wealth.

Golden Sands resort is holder of the “Blue Flag” – a prestigious international award for an ecologically clean resort. The beach of the resort has a length of 3.5 km and at places its width reaches 100 m. The beach is flat, covered with fine golden sand and is known as one of the best sandy beaches in Europe. The sea bottom is also sandy and flat. There are no rocks and abrupt changes in the bottom level.

The clean and calm sea water has low salinity (lower than that of the Mediterranean Sea). It has no fishes and animals dangerous for the people, which makes it suitable for children and diving.
The climate is mild, temperate continental, close to the climate of the famous Mediterranean resorts.




Varna is of the most ancient cities in Europe. In 6 c. BC, attracted by the extraordinary calmness of the Black Sea in this region, Greek sea farers from the town of Miletus reached the Thracian coasts and after long wars managed to found their own colony.

In the antiquity the town was known under the name of Odessos. Several cultural layers intertwine here – antiquity, Middle Ages, periods of the National Revival and the contemporaneity. It was not by accident that exactly here, on the outskirts of Varna, the excavations of the Varna Necropolis revealed the most ancient gold treasure on the planet (4th millennium BC), which today is exhibited in the Varna Archaeological Museum.

The proximity of the sea has a strong influence on the temperate continental climate in Varna. Spring here is cool, summer – moderately warm, autumn – calm, and winter is mild. The magnificent beaches and warm mineral springs, running for centuries both in Varna and its outskirts, determine the development of the city as a world-famous tourist centre. In 1926 Varna was declared a seaside resort.

Varna region is one of the main scientific and cultural centres of the country.
It has four higher education institutes. Varna is one of the most dynamically developing cities in Bulgaria. Varna has a modern international airport, the largest sea port in the country, a marina, a railway station, and the busy freeways and roads make the travel to Varna fast, easy and convenient. Varna is one of the most important transport hubs in Southeastern Europe. A number of ferryboats depart from here to Georgia, Ukraine, Turkey and other countries.





Saint Vlas is  a cosy resort town on the Black Sea coastline. It is located 2 km from the world-famous resort Sunny Beach, 30 km from the Bourgas airport and 10 km from the ancient town of Nessebar.

The developed sandy beaches of Saint Vlas, extending at a width of about 1 km along the sea coast, reveal a panoramic view of the ancient Nessebar and the magnificent mountain slopes.

Saint Vlas is a family resort with a cosy atmosphere, and the entertainment area of the Sunny Beach resort is located nearby, which will not allow the tourists to be bored. The development and the annual improvement of the infrastructure of Saint Vlas – its restaurants, shops, cafes, tennis courts, fitness gyms and yacht clubs will make your holiday an unforgettable one.

Located between the mountain ridge of the Balkan Mountains and the Black Sea coast, Saint Vlas offers its guests a wonderful combination of sea and mountain air, which makes the resort suitable for people with respiratory diseases.



Sunny Beach is the largest and most famous resort in Bulgaria with the most developed infrastructure and recreation facilities. It is located 30 km north of Bourgas and 434 km east of Sofia. The resort stretches along the cove of the Saint Vlas resort town in the north as far as Nessebar in the south.

The resort is famous for its unique natural beaches, situated in the cove. The length of the beach here reaches 9 km. The fine sand and sloping coast are perfect for a family holiday with small children. Sunny Beach is the most actively developing region of the south seaside of Bulgaria and is located in the foothills of the Balkan Mountains.

Sunny Beach has modern infrastructure and offers abundance of entertainment complexes, restaurants, bars, aqua parks, tennis courts, and balneological centres. The resort is awarded with the prestigious international award “Blue Flag” for proven ecological advantages of Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast.



Nessebar is a fabulously beautiful town located on a small rocky peninsula, connected to the mainland with a narrow isthmus. The preserved medieval churches and buildings dating from 19 c., as well as the small cobbled streets give the town its peculiar charm. Nessebar is one of the most beautiful towns in Bulgaria. Its ancient churches comprise a bizarre mixture of Slavic and Byzantine architectural traditions.

Nessebar is the most frequented town on the Bulgarian seaside. It combines fortress walls from the time of the Thracians, residential and public buildings from the Hellenic period, medieval churches and residences from the time of the National Revival, and vast beaches with natural sandy dunes stretch north and south of the town.

The new Nessebar offers convenient transport connections to the old part of the town and the Sunny Beach resort. At every step one can find restaurants, cafes and taverns, offering meals from seafood just delivered by the fishermen and cooked according to old recipes from the Bulgarian national cuisine. A large part of the restaurants in Old Nessebar specialise in the preparation of exotic seafood meals.

The town-museum of Nessebar is a cultural monument under the auspices of UNESCO. This ancient town enchants with its extraordinary beauty and atmosphere and that is why it is visited by thousands of tourists.



Sozopol is located 30 km south of Bourgas on a picturesque peninsula in the southern part of the Bourgas bay. Sozopol (Apollonia Pontica) was founded by the Miletus Greeks in 6 c. BC and is one of the most ancient Greek colonies along the Black Sea. Later it was called Sozopolis, i.e.”town of salvation”.

Nowadays Sozopol is especially attractive for the true connoisseurs of ancient architecture and romantic atmosphere. For many decades the narrow and steep cobbled streets of Sozopol, its wooden houses with protruding bay windows and red roof tiles have attracted actors, painters and poets, and namely in these houses one can find the unique fascination of Sozopol.

Sozopol offers its visitors various entertainments – water skiing, parachuting, hang-gliding, diving, “water banana“, water slides, windsurfing, and scooters. On the beach there are plenty of shops, restaurants, taverns, cafes, bars and discotheques near the beach. For the little visitors there is an entertainment park with attractions for the children, and the resort offers a number of swings and slides.



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