Tag: Ahtopol


Thracian Tomb of SveshtariThe Bulgarian lands have been inhabited by various ethnic groups that have developed a rich and varied culture.

The earliest monuments are the drawings found in the Magura cave (Second Millennium BC), the remains from Paleolithic cultures in several caves in Stara planina (Balkan Mountains) and the Rhodope Mountains.

Traces of some seaside Neolithic and Palaeolithic cultures have been found in the areas of cape Kaliakra and the southern seaside town Ahtopol. Read more



Sinemorets lies 6 km south of Ahtopol.

It features two beautiful beaches – one to the north, representing a pretty wide strip of sand bordering the mouth of the Veleka river and is preferred by young liberal people, nudists and those looking for solitude.

Sinemorets’  south beach is rather crowded during the peak season and full of chairs for rent.  Read more


Aerial picture of Ahtopol The City of Love Ahtopol is the last town on the southern sea coast of Bulgaria on 57 kilometers from Burgas. Of course this means that the sunny days in the year are more than anywhere else and the water is cold in winter only.

The beaches are about 2 kilometers long and covered with golden sand.

The town has been on a rocky peninsula, next to the Strandzha Mountains for the last three thousand years in one or another form. Read more