Great place to explore a classic Bulgarian style old town with its typical architecture, well accessible and not as busy as Nessebar
a very nice place to walk with your family and enjoy the views, a historic nice town, friendly people.
After visiting Nesebar, Sozopol seemed to lack something... was certainly quieter than Nesebar and not as much hustle and bustle... pretty place but not a lot to do there other than the usual tourist shops restraunts etc. This was a trip from Sunny Beach and the tour guide spent…
Kids loved it so many quirky things going on and lots of tiny stalls to interest them ( they are girls btw) jewelry/ pottery etc and lots of really bars and restaurants especially on the sea wall - but take a jumper or cardigan because it gets a bit nippy around 8 on sea front
Gentle stroll around Old Town. Nice shops, restaurants and views. Very similar wooden and stone buildings to Nesebar with cobbled streets. Sozopol is much quieter and more relaxed.