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Burgas at a glance

Why go

Burgas combines some memorable ancient attractions with a long, uncrowded beach to provide culture and seaside relaxation in one easy break.

Local hotspot

St Anastasia, which is a volcanic island out in Burgas Bay and a former bohemian hang-out, has been developed as an exciting tourist destination.

You probably didn’t know

Burgas Lake, right in the centre of town, is occasionally home to 250 species of migrating birds, a quarter of them endangered.

Suggested reading

Nine Rabbits (Virginia Zaharieva, 2012).

Bare stats

  • Population: 200,000
  • Annual visitor numbers: 145 700 (2014)
  • January mean temperature: 6°C
  • August mean temperature: 28°C

Things to do in Burgas


Ignore the cheesy pizza takeaway ad on its homepage, Svetlana Spaseva’s Incanto is where to go for fresh salads, seafood pastas and the creamiest creamcakes. A lot of work goes into the presentation and children are made to feel more than welcome.

Bistro Roma

Fish is the speciality at the Bistro Roma with the bounty of the Black Sea(turbot, caviar, garfish, bluefish) plated up and accompanied by fresh salads. Alternatively, you could just go for a Mediterranean or Greek-style salad with seafood or marinated fish. A neat interior overlooks an adjoining and enclosed children’s playground.


With as many seats outside as indoors, Salini overlooks the pretty garden of the upscale spa hotel that houses it. Ivelin Krustev’s Mediterranean cuisine is the main reason to visit Salini, however – best sampled during the long, relaxing Sunday brunch.

Vista Mare City

Opened in 2013, Vista Mare City offers a daily changing menu of good rustic home cooking from Valentin Ivanov’s kitchen. The desserts are particularly fine.


A breakfast-to-way-past-bedtime operation, Bar’Celona is best enjoyed at lunchtime when its tasty soups, salads and desserts really come into their own. It’s also a good place to hang out in the evening when there’s a lively atmosphere at the bar.


Easily the stand-out spot on the Burgas seafront, Neptun would win hands-down just for architecture alone: a classic 1948 building overlooking the beach and Black Sea beyond. But throw in Katya Kondieva’s quality creations using fresh fish and what was best that morning at the bustling local market, and Neptun is simply unbeatable. Late at night the place transforms into a lively cocktail bar and DJ spot.

Fly to Burgas, dine at Neptun
Neptun – dine at the stand-out spot on the Burgas seafront.

Retro Bar Dover

The late-opening Retro Bar Dover has been a party bar just behind the Sea Garden for more than a decade. Once the cocktails kick in, DJs get punters up on their feet. There’s also a terrace for more intimate conversation.

Alibi Dance Club

Dance hits, house tunes, affordable cocktails and a holiday atmosphere are the features of the summer-long Alibi Dance Club, set in Primorski Park.

Sea Stars Solilug

Sea Stars Solilug makes use of local natural products, herbs, mineral salts and seaweed, to create exfoliating gels, crystal salts and sundry beauty and healing products.

Art 93

In the town’s first shopping centre, Pirgos Style, Art 93 sells quality, hand-made leather goods, belts, bags, gloves, wallets and the like.


Now a tasteful private enterprise purveying hand-made crafts, jewellery, ceramics and art, Traditzia was originally part of an initiative set up by the British Embassy in Sofia to provide revenue for locals unable to earn a decent living elsewhere. Items are unique and original.

Aqua Calidae

Just north of town, Aqua Calidae are ancient thermal baths built around hot springs used as early at the Neolithic era. What’s been unearthed today – the painstaking excavations are open to the public – dates back to Thrace, the Romans and Philip II of Macedonia, a regular guest in the fourth century BC.

The Strand

An easy option to keep the kids entertained, the Strand is half-retail mall, half-leisure centre, with interactive games, indoor sports, a cinema and scheduled daytime activities for different age groups.

Sea Garden

Containing the pre-war Sea Casino, open-air stages and monuments to famous Russian writers, the Sea Garden remains the city’s loveliest tourist attraction, with a landscape of exotic plants laid put in the late 19th century.

The Archaeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum gives a good idea of what Burgas was like in the Bronze Age, under the Greeks, and as the colony of Thrace in the Roman Empire. Look out too for the stunning medieval jewellery.

Events to look out for

  • Yordanovden (Jan 6)
  • Flora flower exhibition (May)
  • Turn On The City (mid June)
  • Sand Sculpture Festival (July-Oct)
  • Emil Chakarov Music Festival (July)
  • Spirit of Burgas (late July)
  • Burgas Tattoo Convention (Aug)

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