Looks like we didn’t learned our lesson last time we were here, but we fell in love with the old city’s charm and the food so 2 years after our first try, we came back here, to a different hotel.
We stayed at a beautiful little hotel right in between the 2 beaches and we loved it.
The people are so nice here and because this city is closer to Turkey there are less tourists and more locals and everything is usually cheap. The food, OMG THE FOOD, i cannot stop talking about the things i’ve tried here.
And the little cobblestone streets, narrow and full of life, the port where all the yachts and the richer part of the city are, the end of the small peninsula where the sea breaks it’s waves onto the walls of the city… it’s simply charming.
If you ever find yourself in Bulgaria and you want to get away from the crowds from Nessebar, Albena, Golden Sands, etc. do come to Sozopol because it’s really something else and it’s worth it.