Sozopol offers to its guests rich history, medieval architecture, excellent relaxation conditions. But the landmarks and interesting places, that one can explore are not only in town limits. In the immediate vicinity of Sozopol, are placed numerous interesting cultural and natural sights:
The Islands
Island St. Ivan is the biggest from all 5 islands in Bulgarian territorial waters of Black Sea. We recommend you a day trip with picnic on the island, one of the various attractions offered here.
Just next to St Ivan Island is located its smaller "brother" Island St. Peter
The third Island is named St. Kirik and nowadays is connected to the town via breakwater. This way the bay where the port of Sozopol is located is always calm and safe.

The beaches of Sozopol
In town limits tourists can choose between two beaches - the Central beach and beach Harmani. Northern from Sozopol one can visit the beach of camping "Golden Fish" (only 2 km far) and the beach of camping "Gradina" (about 5 km far). These two beaches are connected and make one big beach strip covered with golden sand long about 5 km. Southern from Sozopol (on about 3 km) there is another bay with beach strip with golden sands long about 2,5 km that starts from the beach of camping Kavatzi.

Thracian sanctuary "Beglik Tash"

Rock phenomenon "Agalina cape"

Rock phenomenon "Lion head"

Ropotamo preserve
It's located between Sozopol and Primosko and is announced as preserve in 1992 Year with total area of 1000.7 hectare.
Within Ropotamo preserve area few smaller preserves are established:
Island St. Toma called Preserve "Snake island"                                      Preserve "Water-lily"

Arkutino preserve                                        Preserve "Sand-lily"