It was the Soviet leader Khrushchev who first suggested that the Black Sea
coastline be developed for tourism, and since then the resorts have mushroomed,
growing increasingly sophisticated as the prototype mega-complexes have been
followed by holiday villages. With fine weather and safe bathing practically
guaranteed, the selling of the coast has been a success in economic terms. There
are a lot of places as ancient Sozopol (read
more) and touristy Nesebar (read
more) , to please the eye.