Primorsko is a town on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria. The facilities in the area are fantastic and include some luscious beaches, top-class restaurants, bars, clubs and even a water park. The region’s tourism is largely dominated by visitors from the Slavic countries and not much English is spoken, which is ideal if you want to truly immerse yourself in some authentic Eastern European culture.
Primorsko can be reached at a very low-cost: a combination of a flight from the UK to Bourgas airport followed by a short minibus ride is the most common way of arriving in the town. Make sure you check the Cheekytrip comparison site to find low cost deals to the Primorsko from your local airport. Direct flights to Bourgas tend to be just under 4 hours and then Primorsko is just a short onward journey away.
The resort is at its most lively during the summer period that runs from Spring until Autumn due to visitors taking advantage of its beautiful beaches. Temperatures tend to reach the high 20s throughout these summer months. Prices are usually cheaper outside of these months from Autumn to Spring as temperatures drop quite significantly. This off-season might be the ideal time to visit if you want a completely different experience to the hot summer months but it is worth noting that there is significantly fewer things open to tourists compared to the summer.
The waterpark in the region is one of the most exciting things to do for visitors of any age. Flumes, a large pool and a huge U-shaped slide that is sure to get the blood pumping are just some of the features of this place. The beaches in Primorsko are some of the safest in the area making it a great place for families. Shallow waters make for excellent places to swim and there are nearby facilities to keep you topped up with food and drinks throughout the day.
Accommodation in Primorsko is fairly limited compared to other resorts but also cheaper than some of the busier resorts like Duni. Expect private room rentals to be the main option for visitors but there is also a selection of small B&Bs and hotels to choose from. Many of the eateries in the town are traditional in their recipes and menus. One of the more authentic dishes that you can try is Banitsa, a traditional Bulgarian pastry with eggs and goat’s cheese in it.
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