The Bulgarian Black Sea Coast covers the entire eastern bound of Bulgaria stretching from the Romanian Black Sea resorts in the north to European Turkey in the south, along 378 km of coastline. The Balkan Mountains cross the country reaching to the edge of the Black Sea at Cape Emine, dividing the coastline into a southern and northern part. Parts of Bulgaria’s northern Black Sea Coast feature rocky headlands where the sea abuts cliffs up to 70 metres in height.

Interesting places along the Bulgarian North Black Sea Coast are: Aladzha Monastery, Golden Sands Nature Park, the 16th century tomb of the muslim religious leader Ak Yazili Baba in Obrochishte, Albena Resort, the Baltata Reserve, Balchik with the Balchik Palace and the Botanical garden, Balchishka Tuzla, Kavarna, Balgarevo, Bolata Bay near Cape Kaliakra and bay Kaliakra itself, Kamen Bryag and Yailata National Archaeological Reserve, Tulenowo rock formations, Cape Shabla – Bulgaria’s easternmost point, Shabla lighthouse and the abandoned pier nearby, the protected area of Shabla Lake, the natural reserve of Durankulak Lake and many others.