Sunny Beach is a Bulgarian resort that has grown dramatically in popularity in recent times. This Black Sea Coast holiday hotspot is deservedly a destination that young revellers flock to, as it offers a vibrant nightlife scene, but there are also historical and cultural sites of interest within easy reach, as well as a Blue Flag beach and water parks for families.
Sunny Beach hotels tend to cluster along the seafront, close to the centre or all the day and night time action. Many Sunny Beach resorts offer great value for money so even budget travellers can stay in squeaky clean, comfortable accommodation with all the contemporary facilities you’d find in resorts across Europe.
By day, life in Sunny Beach revolves around the long stretch of golden sand that the resort is famous for. Every water sports activity you can imagine is available, making it a great spot for adrenaline junkies who don’t want to sit still by the pool or lounge on the beach. The resort also has a couple of water parks, which are ideal for families who want to spend the day doing something active.
At night, Sunny Beach really comes into its own. The place is packed with bars and clubs, all full of happy holidaymakers enjoying the lively nightlife. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from if you prefer your evening entertainment to be a little more low-key. There are venues that offer the chance to hear some Bulgarian folk music too, if you’d like to experience something with a more local flavour.
Food-wise, Sunny Beach, Bulgaria hotels and resorts offer a range of options, from buffet-style dining featuring an array of international dishes to à la carte menus, which give visitors the chance to try something different. Adults and children alike are well catered for in Sunny Beach.
The ancient town of Nessebar is under 20 minutes away from the hustle and bustle of Sunny Beach and it makes a great contrast to the busy resort. Here, you’ll discover an attractive town that’s full of ancient artefacts and architecture, from a Roman fortress to an Ottoman Basilica and Byzantine churches. The town has a lovely harbour that makes a great spot to stop for lunch and sample some of the freshest seafood you’ll find anywhere. If you like, it’s easy to take a boat trip around the harbour while you’re there.
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