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Family hotel-Sozopol-house Dimitrakievi is a luxury house and offers air conditioned comfort like hotel with daily cleaning and maintenance.
Located 30 meters from the central beach, Sozopol house is a great holiday choice for family with children.
Sozopol-house is perfect for your holiday throughout the year among the exotic old town. House is on a quiet street, in the scene of the city.
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Sozopol (Bulgarian: Созопол [soˈzɔpoɫ], Greek: Σωζόπολη, Sozopoli) is an ancient seaside town located 35 km south of Burgas on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. Today it is one of the major seaside resorts in the country, known for the Apollonia art and film festival (which takes place in early September) that is named after one of the town’s ancient names.
The busiest times of the year are the summer months, ranging from May to September as tourists from around the world come to enjoy the weather, sandy beaches, history and culture, fusion cuisine (Balkan and Mediterranean), and atmosphere of the colourful resort.
Central beach: Located between the Old and the New town of Sozopol. Easily reached, so gets too many people during July and August. Could be impossible to find place to stay, if you go later in the day. The beach is very narrow. If you want to lie under the umbrellas or use a chair you will be asked to pay a small fee for the day. If you do not want to use any of these facilities you will be asked to go at the end of the beach. Top-less sunbathing is allowed, nudists are not allowed here. Entering the beach is free of charge.
Not far from Sozopol, on the road to Bourgas. This is actually the beach of a camping called Gold Fish, mostly visited by surfers. The beach is long and wide enough, and quite calm comparing to the other beaches around. Very nice place and plenty of space on the beach. The nearby Surf school offers hiring of wind-surf and surf lessons. Top-less sunbathing is allowed, nudists are officially not allowed here, but we’ve seen some at the end of the beach. One or two small restaurants around offer fast-food and soups. If you like the atmosphere, you can stay at the camping with a tent for extra charge. Hot showers and toilettes are available at the camping.
Located in the New town of Sozopol. This beach is wider and longer than the Central beach, so it is a better option during the busy months of July and August. A big number of small restaurants and places to eat and drink are located nearby this beach. If you want to lie under the umbrellas or use a chair you will be asked to pay a fee for the day. If you do not want to use any of these facilities you will be asked to go a little further from the Sea where you can stay free of charge. This beach is served by bay watch people, but be careful because there are underwater streams that could be dangerous. If the waves are too big and the flag is red the bay watch people will ask you not to enter the Sea. Top-less sunbathing is allowed, nudists are not allowed here. Entering the beach is free of charge.
The Castle “In Love with the Wind” is the child’s dream made true of Georgi Kostadinov Tumpalov (1956) who is its architect, designer and developer from the very beginning when in the distant 1996 he drew with a spade a big cross on the soil over which his family worked 24 hours day and night assisted by the workers from the neighbouring village of Ravadinovo and with God’s help managed to build stone by stone a magnificent castle – a dream that came true, created with much love!
Distance: 10 mins by car
St. Ivan Island
St. Ivan Island is the largest Bulgarian island in the Black Sea, with an area of 0.66 square kilometres. It lies off the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast near Sozopol, a town with rich history and a popular tourist place, and is separated by a strait several hundred metres long from the small neighbouring St. Peter Island. Standing at 33 metres above sea level, it is also the highest of the Bulgarian sea islands. It lies 920 metres from the Stolets peninsula, the location of Sozopol’s Old Town.
Old Town Sozopol
The Old Town of Sozopol is an architectural reserve and the most popular tourist destination on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. Sozopol is considered the oldest Bulgarian town on the seaside and remains of ancient construction and life can still be seen around or exhibited in the local museums. The Old Town of Sozopol is situated on a rocky peninsula 35 km south of Burgas. Like most conserved ‘old towns’ it features narrow stone laid streets, with tiny or no sidewalks, churches, antique houses.