Tsarevo is relatively bigger town supposedly has about 6,000 residents. There are plenty of shops, a few hotels, marina, and beach. It’s cheap.
Tsarevo, together with several other small coastal villages, has been changed into a pleasant little town. It has main shopping street with many coffee shops and stores wherever you can buy just around anything. There is a park by the side of the coast with gorgeous gardens.
The oldest part of the city is situated near the Peninsula somewhat similar to Sozopol. There are great attractions at southern side of the peninsula in the Gulf port and on the north side of the beach rather than adjacent to the mainland to the Peninsula. The old city has one main street leading from the Peninsula to the mainland, recently gaining some shine and tourism. Carevo looks like other south Bulgarian town – houses, the occasional larger hotel, gardens and parks.
Carevo has its name from the kind of Tsars (about Russian and Bulgarian), who came in the nineteenth century. The town was renamed Michurin. Under this name, it is still fairly well-known. Name Michurin has shown on the new maps of foreign publishers. Michurin was a successful breeder of Russian fruit trees, popular in Russia in the period of communist rule.
Accommodation in Tsarevo is not centralized. If you go with a travel agency, which is probably the best, try to inquire about the bus station on the west side of town. In the suburbs, there are lower prices than on the Peninsula. In Tsarevo, there are two new hotels in the center, Diana and Zebra. Another four new hotels are built on the Vassiliki beach. Tsarevo town is a visitor must-to-see sight with a good selection of lodge accommodation, although it is not as full of activity as Primorsko, Lozenets and Kiten. There are two small beaches.
Camp north of the city is called Arapja, often written Arapya. It has a nice environment, here sea cliffs are typical of the southern part of the Bulgarian coast, which surround a small circular bay with sandy beach. Arapja located about 2 km north of Tsarevo. There are 2 hotels on the Arapja beach.
Tsarevo is a convenient location for holiday options for different walks in the neighborhood. Apart from the almost deserted diverse coast (south to Varvara, north to Lozenci), there are west hills. There is very significant Strandja Mountain.
Tsarevo was a pop destination for the Bulgarian royal family, is very pop location for most celebrities, enjoying the increasingly favored tourists and is the most favorable place to pass your soothing vacation.
For more information about the area Tsarevo: It has Burgas Airport, the international port of passenger vessels, football ground, tennis court, a beautiful bay, hunting, horseback riding, sports racing yachts, windsurfing and scuba diving. You can also enjoy a lot of cultural and social events as well.