In addition to the subtropical climate that the Bulgarian coast enjoys, it is home to a range of exciting resorts, activities and attractions that make it an ideal destination for a memorable holiday. With over 300 kilometres of coastline, the Black Sea South is an idyllic location for those seeking a beach holiday. Tourists will find everything they have been looking for in a beach holiday, such as fine golden sand, sparkling clear water, fresh air and warm sunshine, with South Black Sea self catering apartments you can have it all. The southern part of the coast is separated from the northern part by the Balkan Mountains, the rocky headlands leading down to the beautiful sandy beaches.
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Favourite Destinations (Black Sea South)
Rent South Black Sea Villas for a beachside holiday with a difference
The climate of Bulgaria’s Black Sea South coast attracts many people to its shores, eager to experience the summer temperatures that complement the landscape. While the average temperature in the summer months is 28⁰C, it can reach as high as 40⁰C and helps to keep the water of the Black Sea warm and inviting. This creates the perfect setting for visitors to enjoy a range of water sports, such as swimming, diving and boating. As a direct result, tourism is central to the region, attracting many local and international tourists every year. Together with the northern border of Bulgaria, the Black Sea coast is colloquially known as the Bulgarian Riviera, for the similarities it shares with its French counterpart.
South Black Sea holiday rentals prove popular as this region is home to one of the largest and most pleasant seaside resort in Bulgaria, Sunny Beach, the perfect place for families to enjoy quality time together as it offers a range of activities to please all. Pony rides or a drive through the sand dunes in a Jeep are an exciting way to fill a holiday. A relaxing holiday away from the hustle and bustle can also be found on some of the more secluded and tranquil beaches, such as Irakli. Marvel at the wonder of nature manifested in the region’s min-eral springs. The history of the area can be traced during a meander through the streets, admire the sights of the old buildings and their stunning architecture. Tourists can take a break by stopping off at one of the region’s restaurants to enjoy a meal of some locally caught fish.