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Bulgarian Black Sea real estate is quickly developing since the fall of communism. Some develop later than other ones but everywhere there is a tendency towards globalism. Of course, not all beach towns are the same. First of all, there are two cities on the Bulgarian Black Sea, Burgas, and Varna, each the capital of their namesake province. They have both an airport. The region between these two cities is the busiest one of the whole coastline. There are the big resorts Sunny Beach, Sveti Vlas, Nessebar, Pomorie, and many others. The beach towns of the Southern region, South of Burgas have frontiers with the Strandzha nature reserve in common and therefore especially attractive for the environment. North of Varna are some more expensive beaches as Golden Sands, and further, there are Albena, Balchik, and Kavarna. But nearer towards the Romanian border, the coast becomes rockier.
After Shabla it has the second largest population (455 in December 2009) of the Dobrich province in North Eastern Bulgaria. It has as neigboring village Vama Veche at the other side of the Romanian frontier. Durankulak is best known for its lake, only few meters from the Black Sea and on some places separated from it by only a small road.
Krapets is a village in the Shabla municipality in the Dobrich province in the North Eastern of Bulgaria. December 2008 its population was 378 inhabitants, the third largest of Shabla after Shabla (3,586) and Durankulak (455).
Shabla is the administrative center of the Shabla municipality in the Dobrich province in the North Eastern of Bulgaria. The town had a population of 3,586 inhabitants in December 2009. The beach is on 5 km from town and was until the fall of communism a popular sea resort for Eastern Block tourists. The beach area has a large car park and many old bungalows. In general the seaside of the municipality have untouched nature and virgin beaches. Other sights are the Shabla lighthouse which is the tallest, oldest and easternmost one on the Bulgarian coast and a fortress dating from the 4th century.
The former bungalow park makes it a good place to invest in holiday properties. The older bungalows cost € 70,000 or more. New buildings of € 100,000 until over € 200,00. Worth to explore especially for its untouched nature surroundings. There is also land for different occupyings. View Bulgarian Black Sea real estate offer
Tyulenovo can be reached via the old seaside road from Kavarna along the rocky coastline, through the sea resort of Rusalka, and village of Kamen Bryag. Tyulenovo has a rocky shore also from where dolphins can be observed. They come nearer to land in the early morning and in the evening. There are 60 inhabitants but in the summer because of tourism the number of people living there is increased to 200. The caves in the cliffs are used by backpackers as free lodge.
Down the seaside path from Tyulenovo to Kamen Bryag there is a megalithic complex called the Rocky Monasteries.
Tyulenovo is especially known for its oil fields discovered from which the first was discovered on on 31 May 1951. Witnesses of the oil drills can be seen on the pictures.
Located in Kavarna Municipality, Dobrich Province, it had a population of 76 in 2009. Nevertheless it is a popular summer holiday destination since the 2000s.
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Yailata is an archeological reserve on the Northern Black Sea coast.
Rusalka is a seaside resort in Dobrich Province. It is located in a nature reserve in a bay 90 km northeast of Varna and 23 km from Shabla, surrounded by oak forests.
There are 600 luxurious all-inclusive one-storey houses in the resort. In the 2000s mainly German tourists came here, but in the 1990s it was French-dominated.
There are many tennis courts of different soils, a small football pitch, and a volleyball court. Other sports can be practised as archery, horse riding, yachting, kayaking, scuba diving, and more.
Situated between Yailata and Kaliakra nature and history reserves are among the attractins in the vicinity.
The Bolata cove is on the northern rocky coastline of the Bulgarian Black Sea. It is 3 km to the north of the Kaliakra headland. The nearest settlements are Bulgarevo village in about 5 km distance and the town of Kavarna in 13 km to the west.
The cove has a perfect semi-circular shape with a beautiful sandy beach. A very small river flows into the sea. It is the only approachable place where the sea can be reached for kilometers of cliffs spread out northwards and southwards.
Kaliakra is a long and narrow headland Black Sea, 12 kilometres (7 mi) east of Kavarna, 60 kilometres (37 mi) northeast of Varna and 65 kilometres (40 mi) southwest of Mangalia. The coast has vertical cliffs until 70 metres (230 ft) down to the sea.
Firstly it is a nature reserve where you can observe dolphins and cormorants. It is situated on the Via Pontica, a major bird migration route from Africa into Eastern and Northern Europe. It makes Kaliakra a place for observation many other rare birds.
Kaliaka’s fortress exists in the remnants of Despot Dobrotitsa’s residence.
Dalboka the Mussel Farm
Balchik is located in Dobrich Province on 42 km northeast of Varna. The population is 12,196 for the city and 22,035 for the urban area (December 2009). The ethnic composition is 72,9% Bulgarians, 15,8% Turks, 8,8% gipsies, andf the rest are other, indefiable or undeclared.
Albena is a major Black Sea resort. It is 12 km South of Balchik and 30 km North of Varna. The resort was purposed built in the 1960s and although it became a commercial center the natural environment stayed untouched. The beach is about 150 m wide over a distance of 5 km and populated with hotels on the beach itself. A small community has developed with even own public traffic consisting in a mini train transporting tourists all day. However, this is the main scenario of a Black Sea major resort and is very well comparable with Sunny Beach. But the big hotels on the beach are unique for Albena. There are also plenty of recreation possibilities of different kinds as is comely in a touristic center. The environment has quite newly build villas that are sold for € 150,000 or more. The apartments are cheaper than in Sunny Beach but why don’t you take a look and judge for yourself.
Saints Constantine and Helena is a Black Sea resort. It is situated within a landscaped park 10 km north of downtown Varna, 2 km east of its Vinitsa quarter, and 7 km south of Golden Sands. It’s Bulgaria’s oldest Black Sea resort in the past also known as Druzhba (Дружба) and Varna Resort (Курорт Варна). Served by the Varna International Airport and Varna public bus lines. Constantine and Helena also comprises the Grand Hotel Varna and Sunny Day luxury resorts and several villa communities. Beaches are sandy and often punctured by rocky promontories. Further there are hot mineral springs, modern hotels, and sports and health facilities, including spa centres and yacht marinas. Real estate is expensive here and goes to over € 1.500 / m². View Bulgarian Black Sea real estate offer
Varna is the third largest city in Bulgaria and the largest city and seaside Black Sea resort in Bulgaria. Situated in the Gulf of Varna, the city is a major economic, social and cultural centre for the last 3000 years. The city is the maritime capital of Bulgaria. In 2008, Varna was designated seat of the Black Sea Euro-Region by the Council of Europe. In 2014, Varna was awarded the title of European Youth Capital 2017. View Bulgarian Black Sea real estate offer.
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Not to confuse with Byala in Rousse province and Byala in Sliven province. Byala is a small town and Black Sea resort in Varna province. Being the administrative centre of the homonymous Byala Municipality it lies in a semi-mountainous region in the easternmost branches of Stara Planina about 50 km south of the city of Varna and 70 km north of Burgas. As of December 2009, the town has a population of 2,171 inhabitants. The Byala municipality consists of the town of Byala and the villages of Popovich, Dyulino, Gospodinovo, Goritsa and Samotino. Byala’s economy is based mostly on tourism and agriculture, including viticulture. There are several hotels, camping areas and beaches. A new concept is “village tourism” with interest for foreigners. Nature landmarks outside Byala inslude Karadere, one of Bulgaria’s last remaining wild beaches with pristine dunes and freshwater wetlands, and the White Cliffs displaying a classic Cretaceous–Paleogene boundary exposure. View Bulgarian Black Sea real estate offer
Obzor is a small town and Bulgarian Black Sea resort. It is part of Nesebar municipality, Burgas Province. The modern name was introduced in 1936; Obzor obtained town privileges on 9 September 1984. Its population was 2,125 as of 15 March 2009. View real estate offer
Emona is a village and seaside resort in southeast Bulgaria, situated in the Nesebar Municipality of the Burgas Province. The beach Irakli is 5 km from Emona. Emona lies close to Cape Emine. There are ruins of the ancient fortress nearby. .
Sveti Vlas is a more recent tourist Black Sea resort being a quieter alternative to nearby Sunny Beach. But the gap between the two is shrinking quickly because of the building of hotels and holiday apartments along the coast. Sveti Vlas lies at the northern end of a bay with Sunny Beach in the middle and the ancient town of Nesebar at its southern end. Sunny Beach and Nesebar are easily accessible by bus, or taxi. Also boats go between Sveti Vlas and Nesebar. The resort was mainly popular amongst inland Bulgarian tourists, but there is a rapid growth in the number of foreign tourists. These come mainly from Russia, further from Great Britain, Poland, Romania and Scandinavia. Typical visitors in the resort are families with children. The latest development of the area has been the building of the Dinevi marina, the largest in Bulgaria. The Dinevi brothers have been developing the area with numerous complexes, highlighted by the marina itself. The latest development being worked on is Complex Admiral, due to be completed in 2016. The beach was expanded in 2007 using rocks and sand that was removed when digging out for the marina. The marina with its clubs and restaurants has become famous among the wealthier people in Bulgaria, and expensive cars like Ferraris and Porsches can frequently be seen. View Bulgarian Black Sea real estate offer
As a major Black Sea resort Sunny Beach has a very small permanent population and a population of tourists during summer of many thousands. A five kilometers long strip of high-rise hotels backing onto the beach extends along the bay bay between Sveti Vlas and Nessebar. Construction of the resort began in Communist times, in 1958. The work started at a site with two old wells supplying Nessebar with water in ancient times and during the Middle Ages. The airports serving Sunny Beach are Burgas Airport and Varna Airport. There are buses from Sunny Beach (Sunny Beach bus station) to all larger Bulgarian cities. Touristic attractions are the beach, water sports, and the nearby historic site of Nessebar. There are two water parks near the resort. The Decade of Symphonic Music, part of the International Folklore Festival, fashion shows, and various beach competitions are held in Sunny Beach. The Golden Orpheus song contest was held here until 1999. View Bulgarian Black Sea real estate offer
Nesebar (also Nessebar, Nesebur, or Mesembria in Greek) is an ancient town and a major Black Sea resort of Bulgaria. It is located in Burgas Province as the administrative centre of the homonymous Nesebar Municipality. Referred to as the “Pearl of the Black Sea”, Nesebar is a rich city-museum defined by more than three millennia of ever-changing history. It is one of the most prominent tourist destinations and seaports on the Black Sea. Sunny Beach is situated immediately to the north of Nesebar. Nesebar has a rich history. The ancient part of the town is situated on a peninsula (previously an island) connected to the mainland by a narrow man-made isthmus. As of December 2009, the town has a population of 11,626 inhabitants. View Bulgarian Black Sea real estate offer
Ravda is a coastal village and Black Sea resort in southeastern Bulgaria, situated in Nesebar municipality, Burgas Province. It is located 3 km from Nesebar and 5 km from Sunny Beach. 30 km from Bourgas airport. Ravda has ecologically clean air and water because the resort is far from the big cities and industrial zones. There are no dangerous species such as sharks, poisonous jelly-fish, scorpions, killer snakes, poisonous spiders, or flies. The average monthly temperature during the summer is 22°C (71°F). Ravda’s beaches have fine sand, sunshades are provided for the tourists and there are qualified lifeguards on duty. The cafes and bars near the seaside offer refreshing drinks. There are several big hotels in Ravda and many private rooms and small family hotels, as well as a great number of restaurants, taverns, and disco clubs. There are regular bus lines to the other resorts in the area — every 30 minutes to Burgas and every 20 minutes to Sunny Beach and Nesebar. As of 2005 the village has a population of 1,745. View real estate offer
Aheloy is a town and Black Sea resort in Burgas Province, eastern Bulgaria. As of 2006 it has 2,175 inhabitants. It is situated on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast between the major port of Burgas to the north and the bustling tourist centres Nessebur (Bulg.: Несебър), Slunchev Bryag (Bulg.: Слънчев бряг) and Sveti Vlas (Bulg.: Свети Влас) to the south. The river Aheloy flows into the Black Sea south of the town. View Bulgarian Black Sea real estate offer
Pomorie (Bulgarian: Поморие) is a town and Black Sea resort in southeastern Bulgaria. It is located on a narrow rocky peninsula in Burgas Bay on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. Situated in Burgas Province it is 20 km away from the city of Burgas and 18 km from the Sunny Beach resort. The ultrasaline lagoon Lake Pomorie, the northernmost of the Burgas Lakes, lies in the immediate proximity. The town is the administrative centre of the eponymous Pomorie Municipality. Pomorie is an ancient city and today an important tourist destination. As of December 2009, it has a population of 13,569 inhabitants. View Bulgarian Black Sea real estate offer
The number of hotels and places of amusement increases every season in this Black Sea resort. The area is particularly popular with Irish and Norwegian tourists. Tourism is the main economic activity in Sarafovo, but unlike some larger resorts, Sarafovo does not close down at the end of the main holiday season. Tourism peaks in July and August, when the population increases to 10,000–12,000 people. A further strong impetus to visitor numbers is Burgas International Airport, which is less than 1 km away from Sarafovo. In 2008 the airport processed more than 1.5m passengers. Sarafovo is convenient to Burgas city centre (10 km), the seaside town of Pomorie (7 km.) Nessebar and the beach resort of Sunny Beach (25 km). Sarafovo also has an increasing number of foreign residents, who have chosen Bulgaria for their home. There are plans for a modern yacht port, which will increase the quality of the tourist services. Overall, Sarafovo’s ambition is to become “The European face of Burgas”. View real estate offer
Burgas, sometimes transliterated as Bourgas, is the second largest city on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and the fourth-largest in Bulgaria after Sofia, Plovdiv, and Varna. Its population is 211,033 inhabitants, while 277,922 live in its urban area. It is the capital of Burgas Province and an important industrial, transport, cultural and tourist centre. The city is surrounded by the Burgas Lakes and located at the westernmost point of the Black Sea, at the large Burgas Bay. The LUKOIL Neftochim Burgas is the largest oil refinery in southeastern Europe and the largest industrial enterprise. The Port of Burgas is the largest port in Bulgaria, and Burgas Airport is the second most important in the country. Burgas is the center of the Bulgarian fishing and fish processing industry. View real estate offer
Here a listing of all the towns and cities on the Black Sea coast.
Chernomorets (Bulgarian: Черноморец) is a town on the Black Sea coast of southeastern Bulgaria. Administratively part of Sozopol Municipality, Burgas Province, Chernomorets is a popular seaside resort.
Chernomorets lies some 24 kilometres (15 mi) southeast of the provincial capital Burgas, at the south coast of Burgas Bay, the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast’s largest bay. Until 1951, Chernomorets was known as Sveti Nikola (Свети Никола, “Saint Nicholas”). The current name, Chernomorets, means “Black Sea man”.
Previously a village, it received town privileges on 2 December 2009 on the grounds that it met the demographic and infrastructure requirements due to its resort status. The town has a primary school, a kindergarten and a cultural centre (chitalishte).
Chernomorets lies at the low northern slopes of the Strandzha mountain, between Cape Emine to the north and the Arkutino marshland to the south. To the east of Chernomorets is St. Ivan Island, with Sozopol to the southeast of the town along the seaside road.
Chernomorets has an Eastern Orthodox church dedicated to the town patron Saint Nicholas. A garden called the “Garden of Eden” has been landscaped just in front of it.
Meden Rudnik (aan burgas meer)
Sozòpol (Bulgarian: Созопол, Greek: Sozopolis / Σωζόπολις) is an ancient seaside town located 35 km south of Burgas on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. Today it is a major Black Sea resort 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, Mediterranean), and atmosphere of the colourful resort.
Part of Burgas Province and administrative centre of the homonymous Sozopol Municipality, as of December 2009, the town has a population of 5,410 inhabitants.
By Zourich (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0) or GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html)], via Wikimedia Commons
Kiten (Bulgarian: Китен, meaning “lovely, pretty”) is a Bulgarian Black Sea resort town, part of Burgas Province. It is situated on the small Urdoviza peninsula, near the mouth of the Kiten River, and has two beaches: Atliman and Urdoviza.
Until the Balkan Wars in 1912–1913, there was only an unmanned pier used to export wood and charcoal on the site. Kiten was founded in 1931 by 30 families of Bulgarian refugees from Eastern Thrace who resettled there from the newly founded refugee village of Fazanovo. However, the area has roots from Antiquity, as amphoras from the 6th century BC were found on the south beach (Urdoviza). Kiten was declared a national resort in 1962, and since 1981 it had been administratively a quarter of nearby Primorsko. On 17 June 2005 the former village was proclaimed a separate town 
in order to more effectively cope with the growing number of tourists, primarily from Bulgaria, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Serbia, Russia and Germany (as of June 2005).
By Boby Dimitrov from Sofia, Bulgaria (Town of Primorsko) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Primorsko (Bulgarian: Приморско) is a town and seaside resort in southeastern Bulgaria, part of Burgas Province. A well-known resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, it is located on a gore 52 km south of Burgas and has a beach strip of about 1 km². The average temperature is 29 °C in July, often reaching 30-33 °C and making Primorsko a favourable place for tourism. Sea temperature in July and August is 27-28 °C. Primorsko enjoys more than 2300 sunshine hours a year, mostly in summer time. The rivers Ropotamo and Dyavolska reka run close to the town. The Ropotamo nature reserve and Snake Island reserve are also nearby.
Since 1998 it is the seat of Primorsko Municipality.
Lozenets is a village and southern Bulgarian Black Sea resort. It is part of Tsarevo Municipality, Burgas Province. As of 2012, it has a population of 685. Lozenets was founded in 1924 by around 20 Bulgarian refugee families, originally from Eastern Thrace (mostly Peneka and Malak Samokov) who were initially put up in Poturnak (Velika), but moved to the seaside in search of better conditions. They settled in the Embelets or Ambelia area, where, according to the tradition, the old vineyards of Tsarevo (or even its oldest incarnation) used to be located. The first settlers lived by agriculture, stock breeding and woodcutting, with some later mastering sea fishing. Beginning in the 1960s, nationwide and international sea tourism have radically changed the appearance of Lozenets and the occupation of the locals. Today, the village is a bustling tourist centre. There is a villa zone to the south of the village. Several famous Bulgarians have built villas there. They include the actresses Anya Pencheva and Aneta Sotirova, the singer Beloslava, and members of parliament Zheni Zhivokova and Nikolay Nikolov. In the villa zone near to Oasis beach, there is the Lalov Egrek watersports centre which has one of the largest diving centres in Europe.
Tsarevo (Bulgarian: Царево, also transliterated Carevo or Tzarevo) is a town and Black Sea resort in southeastern Bulgaria, an administrative centre of the homonymous Municipality of Tsarevo in Burgas Province. In the past, it was known as Vasiliko (Greek: Βασιλικόν) and Michurin (Bulgarian: Мичурин). It lies on a cove 70 km southeast of Burgas, on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast at the eastern foot of Strandzha mountain, at a few kilometers from Strandzha Nature Park. As of December 2009, the town has a population of 5,884 inhabitants.
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Between Ahtopol and Tsarevo on the Black Sea coast is Varvara. It belongs to the Tsarevo Municipality and further to Burgas province. It is also part of the Strandza Nature park. The population stayed nearly constant since many decades. Apparently, it increased only with 30 inhabitants between 1934 and 2005, namely from 220 to 250. However, there was a peak of 408 inhabitants in the year 1956. Probably the village is named after Saint Barbara.
In the 1970s and 1980s, it was an intellectual community of artists and writers. Many came to “The Sea Club” purchased by the Academy of Arts in Sofia. The group increased over the years and built a community based on their own real estate they had bought over there.
Nevertheless, the major sources of income were fishing next to tourism. there is also a Romani community and a famous diving area in the neighborhood named the “Dardanelles”.
Except for yet existing hotels bars and restaurants, many new projects are created as the building of a recent church but certainly also less religious constructions.
At the time of the writing of this post there are two projects for sale. The first a large plot of agricultural land near the black sea, the second a unique plot near the beach on the right height for the construction of villas. View Bulgarian Black Sea real estate offer
Ahtopol is a seaside resort on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. It lies also within Strandzha Nature Park in Burgas Province. Further, it is also close to the European Turkish frontier. The population in 2005 was 1,316 but only some dozens of hotels are available for booking holidays. Nevertheless, there are apartments for sale that you can rent as holiday stay. And further a petrol station and development and. View Bulgarian Black Sea real estate offer.
Sinemorets is a seaside resort on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria. Except for Resovo (and Silistar) it is located in the very southeast of the country. It is also part of Tsarevo Municipality in Burgas Province and also situated in Strandzha Nature Park. Further it is located near the mouth of a second river, the Veleka. With a population of 216 it has quite some hotels. Except for some apartments also here are investment opportunities for bigger projects. View Bulgarian Black Sea real estate offer.
Rezovo is 11 kilometers south of Sinemorets, 17 km from Ahtopol and 36 km from Lozenets. It is part of the Tsarevo Municipality in Southwestern Bulgaria in Burgas Province. It is also part of Strandzha a mountain massif in the southwest of approximately 10,000 km2. More specifically of Strandzha Nature Park that covers a big part of the Strandza massif. Rezovo has not more than 80 registered inhabitants. The region is thinly populated and the beaches are calm. Rezovo lies at the mouth of the Rezovo River in the Black Sea. Over some dozens kilometers km into the land, the Rezovo river constitutes the border with European Turkey. From Rezovo you can directly overlooks the Turkish bank of the river and the Turkish village of Beğendik. There are some hotels for booking a stay and you can do some big investments (no modester ones). The most probable aim of an investment would be in tourism. View Bulgarian Black Sea real estate offer for Rezovo.