The Best 5 Beaches in Bulgaria

Bulgaria boasts more than 300 km of Bulgarian Black sea coastline on which you can find dozens of beaches. Many of the Bulgarian beaches have a nude section with clothing options. The beaches in Bulgaria are usually located in remote areas, clean and has a quiet atmosphere. The following is a list of the best 5 beaches in Bulgaria.

  1. Cape Kaliakra

Cape Kaliakra is a 2 km long beach with a historic fortress overlooking the Black Sea in Bulgaria. The fortress is said to be guarding the treasures that belong to Lyzimah who was going to succeed Alexander the Great. There is a small chapel built in memorial of Saint Nicholas in the rocks. There are also monuments like virgins monument, archer monument, and statue of Admiral Fyodos Ushakov. Nature lovers can stop by here to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Bulgarian coast. You can park your car at the car park, by the road or by the monument. There are lots of hawkers selling a variety of tourist stuffs imported from different parts of the world.

  1. Kavatsite Beach

Kavatsite Beach is a long golden sandy beach situated in between St. Christos and Agalina in Sozopol, Bulgaria. There is a resort area that offers camping and bungalow rental services. The northernmost part and southernmost part are the best spots for diving. There are supermarkets, and restaurants in walking distance. You can easily reach this beach by taking a trail that stops at the city center. There are a few free zones on the beach but most of the beach are owned by hotels and filled with umbrella and sun beds. The first few meters of the water is shallow. Kavatsite Beach is also a great place for building sandcastles with kids. Get more details at https://beachspot.org/.

  1. Irakli Beach

Irakli Beach is a 3km long beach in the central part of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. It is undeveloped and has almost no infrastructure. Irakli beach is a protected area that is home to many endangered birds. There is a quaint village also called Irakli Beach that used to be occupied by Greek settlers. There is a paddling area suitable for kids. It is recommended that you arrive early if you want to hire a sun bed. You can set up tent or park your camper van on this beach. Irakli Beach is a nudist beach and it is non compulsory for visitors to get nude.

  1. Perla Beach

Perla Beach is a cosy beach with clear water and pearly sand in Primorsko, Bulgaria. The large beach offers plenty of rooms for sunbathing. There is a wild forest at the back of the beach. You can also visit the remains of an old communist building which is the Todor Zhivkov’s residence. You can arrive here by taking a wheely tourist train. Lifeguard services is available starting from June. You can enjoy delicious Bulgarian cuisine at the nearby restaurant. There is a paid zone where you get to use umbrella and a free zone.

  1. Nirvana Beach

Nirvana Beach is a peaceful man made beach situated at the northernmost part of Golden Sands resort. There is a nude section that is separated by a fence. It is equipped with shower room, umbrella, sun bed, toilets and lifeguard services. There is a canteen where you can grab a bite. You can get sundries goods from the nearby Aldo minimart. You will find lots of hermit crabs near the rock. Nirvana Beach is not as crowded as other nearby beaches. You can take part in jet skiing or go boating in the ocean.