Sunny Beach, Bulgaria
Sunny Beach is situated on the Black Sea and is straight-out the most popular holiday resort in Bulgaria. The influx of tourists increases substantially each year and rightly so! For the party-minded youth there are lots of clubs and bars, as well as plenty of opportunity to lounge on the 8 km long sandy beach. All along the beach is a spacious boulevard with excellent restaurants and a market during the daytime. In the evening the most thrilling clubs open their doors, with Flowerstreet in the beating heart of it.
Right behind the boulevard there are roughly 600 hotels, most of which are very tidy and some even brand new. Still there are many other activities in Sunny Beach. And strange as it may seem, Sunny Beach is extremely affordable!
The local language in Bulgaria is… Bulgarian. Although in Sunny Beach nearly everyone speaks English.
The voltage in Bulgaria is 220V. Be sure to bring a plug adapter or buy them in one of the local supermarkets if you need this.
The euro (or pounds) has not yet been introduced in Bulgaria, therefore the Bulgarian lev (BGN) remains as the local currency. 1 Lev = 100 stotinki (Bulgarian cents). The plural of lev is leva.
1 EUR = 1,95 BGN
If you’ve brought cash it’s advisable to exchange it directly, this is best done at Crown exchange offices which can assure you of a favorable exchange rate, commission free.
If you haven’t brought any cash you can just as easily withdraw leva from your account. ATM’s can be found all over town. The maximum amount to be withdrawn a day is 800 leva.
Transport to Sunny Beach
Travel to Sunny Beach usually goes by plane. Do take into account that you might live in a different time zone.
Various forms of public transport are available in Sunny Beach.
There are taxis waiting on every corner and there are bus services as well.
Sunny Beach has a bus station with lines to other places in Bulgaria like: Sofia, Nesebar, Burgas and Varna.
Indication of single fares:
Sunny Beach – Nesebar: 1 lev
Sunny Beach – Burgas: 6 leva
Sunny Beach – Varna: 15 leva
Sunny Beach – Sofia: 36 to 42 leva
There is no train station at Sunny Beach. The closest train station is at Burgas, 35 kilometres outside of Sunny Beach itself.
Sunny Beach is very safe during the daytime and at night there is also plenty of security present inside and outside the clubs. Do not reciprocate offers of so-called “prostitutes” (read: pickpockets) and walk straight on by. You will run into them at the more quiet spots of the boulevard. In case of trouble, the best thing to do is of course to visit the police station.
A valid passport or ID is required for entry into Bulgaria (Sunny Beach). A visa isn’t necessary.
Support Team, email@example.com *Covering the globe with properties 24 hours a day*
The central office in Bulgaria:
- Address: Our office is Based in complex Magic Dreams , Opposite Super Market Mercury.
- Yurta Under Road , St. Vlasii Str. Sveti Vlas, Burgas 8256 , Bulgaria
- GPS: 42°42’47.3″N 27°44’46.2″E
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Email: email@example.com
- BG Phone: 00359 876 777 592 (Bulgarian and Russian language & Italian )
- BG Phone: 00359 889 868 092 ( Italian and Russian language )
- UK Phone : +44 7429 991 28 (Bulgarian and Russian language & Spanish)
- Norway Phone +47 92 093 397 ( Bulgarian and Norwegian language & Russian
- Skype: casabg.kiril.kalev / casabg.velina.kaleva
Customer service office working – Monday to Sunday 09: 00h. at 21: 00h