flower-filled garden courtyards attached to most pensions,
restaurants and cafes. Chernomorets sits on a long promontory with the town
proper separated from the sea by an expansive high grassy bluff replete
with grazing livestock. Though there is no real beach to speak of, the
rocky shoreline is pockmarked with shallow inlets providing secluded spots
for swimming, sun bathing and fishing.
Chernomorets' location between Bourgass and Sozopol affords convenient
access to either town for entertainment and nightlife; local offerings are
mainly limited to cafe hopping. One of the finest beaches in the region is
just south of town at the Gradina campground. It's an easy walk or a quick
taxi ride along the pothole-filled access road.
Private vans depart at regular intervals from Bourgass (24 km; 30 mins,)
and stop at Chernomorets enroute to Sozopol.