Sunny Beach Travel Guide
Shopping Sunny Beach features several big shopping centres which provide plenty of opportunities for visitors to find clothes, souvenirs and food while on holiday. You'll find traditional Bulgarian souvenirs like leather and textiles, wooden toys and puzzles, and jewellery alongside touristy fare like t-shirts, sunglasses and postcards at places like the Royal Beach Mall in the centre of town.
Restaurants More than 130 restaurants and taverns in the Sunny Beach holiday resort cater to foreign tastes with a wide range of cuisine for holidaymakers of all nationalities. Places to eat in Sunny Beach range from familiar British pubs for homesick tourists, to traditional Bulgarian mehanas, and the range of cuisines ensures there are options to suit all budgets.
Nightlife Nightlife in Sunny Beach is varied and ranges from nightclubs, discos, casinos and bars, to cafés, folk-style spots and a variety of acts and entertainment in the local taverns. The nightlife in Sunny Beach is so varied and energetic that holidaymakers visit from surrounding resorts to make the most of the Bulgarian entertainment scene.
Activities Besides sunbathing and swimming, the holiday resort of Sunny Beach offers so many water and land-based activities that it is impossible for holidaymakers to be bored. Sports include windsurfing, sailing, water skiing, parasailing, beach volleyball, mini-golf, horse riding, climbing, cycling and tennis, and there are also fitness centres, swimming pools and spa treatment centres. Coaches and equipment are generally provided. Children are more than adequately catered for and will find an endless supply of organised activities, competitions and playgrounds.
Negatives The Sunny Beach holiday resort can get very crowded during peak season with over 100 hotels and two large campsites accommodating thousands of visitors.