The town of Sozopol is located on a picturesque peninsula in the southern part of the Burgas Bay, about 35 km from Bourgas. The city has a population of about 5,000 people. It is one of the oldest cities on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast and one of the most popular seaside resorts in the country. The beautiful Old Town and its romantic atmosphere attract many tourists from all over the world.

By Decree of the Council of Ministers № 320 of September 7, 1974, the Old Town of Sozopol was declared a museum. About 180 residential buildings from the middle of the XVIII and the beginning of the XIX century form the appearance of the reserve. The houses in the Old Town are built of stone and wood and belong to the so-called Black Sea architectural type of houses. Among the most famous are: House of Marieta Stefanova, House of Creanoolu, House of Todor Zagorov, House of Curtidi, House of Dimitri Lascaridis and others.

For tourists, interesting sites to visit are the Archaeological Museum and the Art Gallery. In 2010 during archeological excavations on the nearby island of St. The relics of St. John the Baptist were discovered in St. John's. Today the valuable relic is kept in the church "St. St. Cyril and Methodius ”in the city and attracts pilgrims from all over the world. The ancient Sozopol with the relics of John the Baptist was the winner in the ranking "Wonders of Bulgaria" in 2011.

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