Sveti Zosim Chapel
The smaller of Sozopol's two beaches, Town Beach (or Northern Beach) crawls up the eastern side of the peninsula and can be accessed...
Housed in a drab concrete box near the port, this museum has a small but fascinating collection of local finds from its Apollonian glory...
Several large sailboats moored in the Old Town port on the western side of the peninsula offer evening sightseeing cruises in summer....
Hosts open-air concerts, chamber music and jazz concerts at various times during the season, including during the Apollonia Arts Festival.
This simple harbour-side restaurant is good value, specialising in a variety of fresh fish dishes. Bulgarian staples such as kebabcheta ...
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Sveti Zosim Chapel information
This small working church in the shady gardens opposite the bus station was built in 1837, on the foundations of a much older structure. Dedicated to the patron saint of sailors, it houses several icons.