Nesebar is an ancient seaside town situated on the Black Sea, known for its unique heritage stretching back over 3,000 years. In addition to its history which can be explored at many historical landmarks and museums, the town is also a thriving coastal getaway with beautiful beaches and excellent summer weather.
Whether it’s spending a day soaking up the sun on the beach or getting acquainted with the rich heritage of the town, Nesebar is an ideal destination for all types of travellers. Within the ancient centre of the town, there area wealth of historic buildings that highlight its UNESCO World Heritage status. Spend the day sightseeing through the ancient town, as Nesebar is close to many fantastic beaches including Sunny Beach, Bulgaria’s largest and most popular coastal resort.
Nesebar is accessible from many of the surrounding coastal resorts by public bus or by boat from Sunny Beach. A popular airport for visitors flying into the region is Burgas Airport, Bulgaria’s second largest airport and the main gateway to the country’s Black Sea resorts.
A town believed to be around 3,000 years old, Nesebar is home to a wealth of historic buildings and is known by many as the “Pearl of the Black Sea”. The town is notable for having the highest number of churches per capita, some of which are now submerged underwater. Despite having a fairly modest population of around 11,500 inhabitants, this number increases significantly during the busy summer season as visitors from around the globe flock to the town.