Sunny Beach is the liveliest resort on Bulgaria’s beautiful Black Sea Coast. There are so many things to do here, it’s difficult to know where to start. If it’s a cheap holiday you’re after, Bulgaria has some of the lowest costs in Europe. If you’re looking for beautiful beaches, you will find them here. And if you’re looking for exciting times, Sunny Beach offers more than a hundred bars, clubs, restaurants and casinos.
Sunny Beach is the biggest of all the seaside resorts on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. It is also the liveliest, and the one that British and Irish tourists love most. There is a Blue Flag beach with soft sand, lots of things to do and places to eat and drink, so Sunny Beach is great for sun-lovers of all ages. In and around Sunny Beach.
The beach stretches for over 8 km (5 miles). The sand is fine and soft and part of the beach is edged by sand dunes – perfect for playing “hide and seek” with the kids. The sea bed slopes gently away from the beach, giving a shallow area where you can paddle happily in calm, warm waters. On the sands you will find rows of sun beds and parasols that stretch off into the distance. If you plan to stay on the beach for several hours, it is best to hire a parasol to keep comfortable and cool. If you are only going to stay on the beach for a short time, take your own mat or beach towel and sit in the “free zones” that are behind the parasols.
Horse riding and go-karting can be found at the northern part of Sunny Beach. Many of the hotels and tour operators have their own crèche and kid’s clubs. Specially-trained staff will look after your kids, make sure that they’re wearing their hats and sunscreen, and keep them busy while you relax by the pool.
Sunny Beach is definitely a family resort, and the kids will love the carousels, pony rides and child-friendly swimming pools. And, of course, no major seaside resort would be complete without aqua parks. If your kids are keen to beat you at a round of mini golf, try the Sunny Beach 18-hole mini golf course. It is situated just in front of the Hotel Helios Palace. Horrorwood, which is located in front of the Hotel Pirin, is a favourite tourist attraction for families. Horrorwood is made to look like a haunted house, and the bigger kids will have great fun running around and jumping at the sight of the “ghosts” and “skeletons”.
Free-spirited singles will find all the fun and excitement that they need at Sunny Beach, Bulgaria. The singles scene in Sunny Beach is a little wilder than in its northern twin, Golden Sands. Sunny Beach is dotted with bars, dance clubs and party venues. Lager, wine and crazy cocktails are drunk in huge amounts and the resort’s nightlife really does run all the way through the night.
With around 150 restaurants in Sunny Beach resort, you will never be short of somewhere to eat. Prices range from very reasonable to very expensive, and of course there is always McDonald’s – Sunny Beach has two of them. Most of the bars in Sunny Beach serve food as well as drink and the hotel restaurants are open to non-residents. Kids will love some of the themed restaurants with dinosaurs, classic cars and other attractions. Eating Out in Sunny Beach is a delicious experience.