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Incredible beaches, cultural treasures and seaside pleasures by the Black Sea


In Bulgaria, 378 km of coastline is waiting for you along the Black Sea! Fans of water sports will be able to enjoy their sports activities in the best conditions. Summer means a party atmosphere every day in the streets of pleasant seaside resorts: lots of stalls selling souvenirs or varied delicacies, alongside welcoming café terraces. There are many balneotherapy or thalassotherapy centres offering all types of treatments using local mineral water springs, famous for their healing powers.






On the southern coast of the Black Sea, ‘Sunny Beach’ – which, true to its name, is very sunny – is 9 km long. The sea here is pleasantly shallow, and is overlooked by some magnificent dunes. Close by is the historic town of Nessebar, with an old town that is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During the day, visitors can enjoy the area’s coffee shops, restaurants and water parks, complete with some colossal slides. From dusk till dawn, the beach bars and trendy discos make the town a lively, vibrant place. 

To do

Eat fish from the Black Sea: the city of Burgas is located in a coastal region with a strong fishing tradition. Don’t miss out on tasting freshly-caught fish in one of the many welcoming restaurants.

Buy a rose-scented souvenir: Bulgaria has a long history of producing rose oil, and it continues to play a key role in the country’s economy. Be it rose-flavoured alcohol, rose soap or rose cream, Bulgaria’s prized rose oil is one of the most expensive essential oils and has many uses. 

Get the wind in your sails: a boat ride along the Bulgarian coastline offers captivating views of chic marinas, natural landscapes and unspoiled bays.


To see

Sozopol: built on a peninsula that reaches far out to sea, Greek seafarers named the town after their god, Apollo. With its quintessential stone and wood houses dating back to the 19th century, and its winding, narrow streets, the romantic old town vies with historic Nessebar as the most beautiful town in the country. 

Nessebar: this charming town is one of the oldest in Europe, and is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Strolling through the streets you’ll come across fascinating historical buildings and churches – some of which date back to the 14th century – all squeezed into the tiniest of spaces (850 x 300 m).

Visit one of Bulgaria’s many monasteries: the neighbouring monastery of Sveti Georgi near Pomorie, for example, where three monks still live today, is worth a detour. Its 18th-century monastery church is home to classic icons of considerable artistic value. 

Tourist locations

42.5047926, 27.4626361

Côte du soleil

Sunny Beach

Around 30 km from Burgas Airport, not far from the historic town of Nessebar. Sunny Beach (or ‘Slantchev Briag’ in Bulgarian) is a seaside resort known for its fine sandy beaches, and is perfect for children. It is 9 km long and up to 150 m wide in places, with areas of wild, untamed dunes to be found along its length. There are many hotels, restaurants and coffee shops for holidaymakers to enjoy. The beaches are dotted with modern, laid-back bars that are ideal for enjoying a drink with friends, and party animals will love the resort’s vibrant atmosphere which lasts late into the evenings. The resort also offers a fantastic range of entertainment including two water parks, mini-golf courses and extensive shopping facilities, meaning there will be plenty for you to do on your seaside holiday. Transfers to Burgas Airport take around 45 minutes.

Cost per hire of a umbrella and two sun loungers on the public beaches of the Sunny Beach seaside resort is around 14,- per day.



A smaller, quieter hotel area, around 3.5 km to the south of the historic town of Nessebar, and around 2 km from the town’s new districts. Nessebar’s old town is home to no less than 10 churches from various eras, as well as traditional wood and stone houses dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries. One of the oldest orthodox churches – dating back to the 5th century – sits at the centre of the little peninsula, and is a wonderful example of a three-nave basilica. Nessebar’s entire historic centre has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And, in addition to a wealth of culture, travellers will find all sorts of quintessential little restaurants there offering delicious regional cuisine, many of which have beautiful terraces overlooking the sea. Sunny Beach’s resort centre is around 7.5 km to the north. Transfers to Burgas Airport take around 35 minutes.



Duni resort is located about 50 km from Burgas airport and about 7 km south of the picturesque harbor town of Sozopol. Duni consists mainly of the vacation complex "Duni Royal Resort", which is composed of 5 hotels with shared recreational facilities. The bay is a paradise for families with small children and very popular with windsurfers.


Pomorie / Aheloy

The small charming seaside resort of Aheloy offers some sightseeing and great restaurants and is known for its orchards and vineyards. It is close to the tourist centers of Nessebar and Sonnenstarnd, but at the same time far enough away to spend a quiet vacation by the sea. The airport is about 15 km away.



This seaside town sits in an idyllic location at the heart of a region covered predominantly in farmland. Pomorie has been renowned for its excellent wine for many years, along with its mud baths which, owing to their therapeutic qualities and iodine content, are mainly used for cases of rheumatism. Many bistros are to be found offering local wine in the town centre, as well as a park running alongside the sea and friendly coffee shops. The hotels are located to the south of the town, in an area surrounded by a pretty walkway which is perfect for a stroll. Families will love the quiet location, and the fine sandy beach sloping gently towards the sea. The airport is around 15 km away, and transfers only take around 15 minutes.


  • A full day excursion full of adventure with lots to discover! Let a driver in an off-road vehicle show you the hinterland of Sunny Beach with its picturesque villages on an off-road tour. Admire the beauty of nature and the landscape. The program includes a photo stop at the cross near the village of Tankovo, visit to the "St. Nicholas" chapel on the hill above Kableshkovo, stop at a mineral water spring with the possibility of air rifle shooting, visit to the Chateau Medovo as well as honey tasting and lunch in the rustic restaurant in the village of Poroi - an unforgettable experience for the whole family!
    This jeep safari is conducted by a licensed tour guide in English or French. Lunch as well as drinks are included.

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  • During this day-long excursion, you will explore the unspoiled natural surroundings of the legendary Strandzha mountain massif. You will visit a trout farm, where you’ll have the chance to indulge in some caviar and a nice glass of sparkling wine.
    Step back in time in the village of Brashylan, and explore the unique architecture on display in the open-air museum. There is a display on quintessential Bulgarian customs, and you will also have the chance to taste local specialities. Lunch and drinks (1 glass of wine and 0.5 l of mineral water) included.

  • You’ll head for Sozopol, which is one of the oldest settlements on the shores of the Black Sea, passing by several small villages and Burgas, Bulgaria’s fourth-largest city, along the way. Despite its turbulent history, Sozopol has retained its old-world charm. Nowadays, many painters and actors flock to the town every summer. Then you’ll take a boat trip up the Ropotamo River through a nature reserve. Next on the agenda is a tour of Sozopol’s old town, some free time, and lunch. The tour will stop in Burgas on the way back.

  • Gentle waves or a reflective-blue sea, total calm or a refreshing breeze with radiant light, all surrounded by a friendly team: these are the ideal ingredients for a perfect sea trip.
    Spend a wonderful half-day (approx. 4 hrs.) full of beautiful surprises on board the Catamaran. Enjoy the experience of setting sail towards the famous Cape Eminé while gazing into the distance at the shape of the Nessebar peninsula. For two hours, you will sail between sea and sun. Highlight of the trip: swimming in the blue waters of the Black Sea.
    If you're lucky, you may experience a special moment when you see dolphins coming to greet you.
    Lunch is served as a buffet with wine, beer and soft drinks included.

  • Perhaps you have heard of Bulgarian folk music or Bulgarian hospitality. Leave the lively atmosphere of the coast behind you and immerse yourself in a completely different world: discover the bucolic landscapes and the village of Orizaré, where you will be warmly welcomed according to tradition with bread and salt to the tunes of the bagpipes (a Bulgarian musical instrument). Strolling through the large inner courtyard, you will make a good trip back in time and discover among other things an old watermill, the atmosphere of the old houses of yesteryear with their furnishings, working and everyday tools, period costumes or a small chapel, all this to project you into the way of life of the Bulgarians in the past.

    This is when you can immerse yourself in the rhythm and colours of the fascinating typical dance show. The virtuosity of the artists will take your breath away with their lyrical songs that will give way to the rhythms of the drums and the dizzying steps of the dancers.

    Delicious Bulgarian cuisine, wine and local brandy will be served at your table. The highlight of the evening will be dancing on the embers to the rhythm of the bagpipes, a spectacular dance found only in the coastal region of southern Bulgaria.

    Dinner with drinks included (white and red wine, brandy and mineral water), duration approx. 4.5 hours.

The excursions on offer, as well as their prices and times, may vary depending on the location of the hotel. Excursion prices are provided for information purposes only and may be subject to change. For more information and to book, please contact your local LuxairTours guide.

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