Chernomorets is a small resort village situated 25 km away from Bourgas and eight km north of Sozopol. Until 1951, it carried the name St. Nikola. According to researchers, the village appeared in the first half of the 17th century.
Today, the village has managed to differentiate itself from noisy coastal resorts. The village has four beaches. The shoreline is narrow but its length compensates for the setback. Gradina camp is situated two km away from Chernomorets and is a favorite place of surfing and nature lovers.
Accommodation opportunities are quite diverse. Chernomorets lacks major hotel complexes, which has preserved it as a quiet and peaceful place for rest. Small family-type hotels and guest houses abound.
A long and steep street leads from the center of the village to the main beach. The street features numerous small shops that offer souvenirs and clothes.
If you need some diversity, you can visit Sozopol and its many bars and clubs. Sozopol features a summer cinema and other entertainment opportunities. Regular transportation from Chernomorets will take you to both Sozpol and Bourgas.