Old Sozopol impresses with its wooden and stone architecture, folk-styled taverns, cafes and the seaside promenade. The city is crossed by a thicket of cobbled streets, and most of the houses are historic buildings.
The history of this city dates back to the 6th century BC It was established in the place of the Trakai settlement by displaced people who came here from Miletus - the rich center of Ionia in Little Asia. The ancient city in the past flourished primarily as a commercial and port center as evidenced by the city's coat of arms - anchor.
New Sozopol is a lively part of the town with hotels, guesthouses, cozy restaurants and cafes, as well as discos. Wide sandy beaches gently sloping into the sea provide active and enjoyable rest. The beach is divided into the North located near the old city and the South, in the new part of the city, also despite the crowds of tourists there is usually where to lay your beach equipment.
The reason why Sozopol is a unique place is the fact that in addition to typical tourist attractions you can enjoy here the ancient climate of the times of Thracians, Greeks, Romans and Byzantines