Sozopol holiday accomodation
Sozopol, an ancient seaside town south of Burgas, has been described as one of the most culturally alive and spiritual places on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. Considered as one of the hidden gems of Bulgaria, Sozopol offers a mix of old and new with its old town and new town. The contrast of city and nature as well as tradition and modernity shows a great diversity of landscapes and provides even more tourist opportunities. Renting a holiday apartment or villa here in Sozopol means that your holiday will also be just as diverse and exciting.
Sozopol, where the old and the new work together in harmony
When you book a holiday home in Sozopol you will also be staying in the oldest town in Bulgaria, established in 610 BC! This turns Sozopol into a real museum town, as you are able to see just from walking around the old town the stages of development and historical evidence. The ancient town of Sozopol is full of cobbled streets and quaint houses which gives it an authentic feel. Boasting a relaxed atmopshere, two gorgeous beaches and very good transport links, Sozopol serves as an ideal place to rent a holiday home and explore the area and its popularity is a testament to this. There's a lively cultural scene, too, with plenty of free concerts and other events in summer. The new town is known locally as 'Harmanite'. There is a spectacular beach situated here and is worth a visit if you are in the vicinity. Sunbathing, swimming in the sea or exploring the rocks and rock pools are all fantastic activities to do here. Nearby places of interest are also Primorsko and Chernomorets.
Experience magic and history when you book a holiday home in Sozopol
If you fancy a bit more sightseeing, then why not visit the Ravadinovo Castle. As if from a fairytale, this traditional castle made from stone covers over 30,000 square metres and a lake in the background it provides a great day out for the whole family! Costing little over 5€ each, this day out also won’t break the bank! If you’re fascinated by history there is also the Archeological Museum providing an insight into the background of the Black Sea Coast. If you are into extreme sports, you can try Quad Bike safari near Sozopol - around the village of Marinka. In the beginning of September, the city also hosts the well-known Apollonia Festival of Arts. So, whenever you choose to book a holiday home in Sozopol you can guarantee that there will be something for you here.
Reaching your holiday destination in Sozopol
There are various bus service to Sozopol from all around Bulgaria during summer. There are bus services that also run from Turkey to Burgas, from which local buses and taxis are available to Sozopol. It's a 35 kilometre drive from Burgas to Sozopol. If you prefer not to take a bus on your holiday, flights are also available from Sofia to Burgas.