Primorsko is situated 52 kilometers south of Bourgas. It is situated on a cape jutting between the bays Stomoplo and Diavolski - the old Turkish name was Chenger and later renamed to Kupria.
Primorsko has huge beach stripe with over 80 holiday homes and summer camps. There is a summer theater.
The site is covered with broad-leaved trees and bushes and is actually a park with a lot of alleys among an old beech forest.
The resort is famous for its 10 kilometers of sandy beach, the longest on the Bulgarian Black sea coast. It is known for a place preferred by young Bulgarians who come here and stay in big number of rest homes, hostels, student dorms and campgrounds.
The centre of the small town of Primorsko is urbanised but the MMC and nearby areas on the water are pleasant.
There are many small cafes, discos that open all night long and cheap places to eat Accommodation is available among the high number of small family hotels and rooms in private houses.
Nightlife in Primorsko can be a real fun if you enjoy wild international parties.
The climate is influenced by Mediterranean temperatures and the main tourist active season is May till October. The world famous Maslen Nos (The Oily cape) is situated some six kilometers southeast of the village of Primorsko. Maslen Nos Cape is noted for its fantastic and eye-catching natural fiord- like attraction. A unique sanctuary dating from ancient Thracian times can be visited at five kilometers north of the city- this is the biggest megalith sanctuary discovered so far in Eastern Thrace.
In 1998 Primorsko was awarded the prestigeous Blue Flag by the Foundation for Environmental Education in Europe - a recognition of the purity of the nature in its region. The River Ropotamo is in the vicinity of Primorsko. Ropotamo is one of the largest natural reserves of Bulgaria. This reserve is world famous for its rare birds and plants, that can be found only here.
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