The town of Primorsko is situated in the District of Burgas in Southeastern Bulgaria. The town is a peninsula into the Black Sea between the Stamapolu lagoon and the Devil’s Gulf, in the foot of Strandja Mountain. Primorsko has mostly Mediterranean climate. Maximum temperatures in summer rarely exceed 32-33°С, average daily air temperature in summer is 27 °С and sea temperature is 26 °С. Average minimum and maximum temperatures are above zero all year round. Primorsko’s climate is characterized by hot summers, mild winters, cool spring and warm autumn.
Despite being a town Primorsko is a cozy holiday place offering splendid conditions for rest from earl spring to mid autumn. It is one of the few Bulgarian resorts having two very long beaches: North and South Beach.
Moreover, Primorsko is appropriate not only for seaside tourism. There are nature reserves such as Ropotamo (on both shores of the river of Ropotamo), the Thracian sanctuary Beglik Tash (on the slopes of Cape Maslen), the Snake Island (aka St. Thomas Island, the smallest island in the Black Sea), the cross-domed church of St Paraskeva (Sveta Paraskeva) (situated at the innermost curve of the gulf of the same name).
The resort is a natural combination of unique natural resources facilitating a genuine communication with nature, far from the noisy town. At the same time Primorsko is not short of night-time entertainment. The town offers a number of restaurants, bars and traditional holiday entertainment. The resort is a wonderful place for both young and older tourists. Near Primorsko there are some other Black Sea resorts such as Sozopol, Lozenets, Ahtopol. The biggest city on the Southern Black Sea coast is Burgas, about 55 km from Primorsko. It can be reached by cab, bus, rent-a-car, or routed taxicab.
The Airport of Burgas is 10 km from the city of Burgas. The Port of Burgas, the railway station, bus station, and E-87 international road are situated near the airport.