Sozopol has a lot of similarities to Nesebar, the last town we stayed at. It's located on a peninsula on the Black Sea, it has the traditional Bulgarian Revival wooden houses, and there are beaches nearby. But I think we enjoyed our stay in Sozopol even more then Nesebar. It was less busy and we had three nights here, so there was time to poke around town and to relax and watch the world go by.
View of the old town
Dinner with a sea view
You can see the ladies with tables set up on the street, selling their jams and canned vegetables