Primorsko (population 2459) is a climate resort and a centre for youth tourism. It is situated 5 km north of Kiten, 55 km south of Bourgas and 422 km southeast of Sofia. It lies on a cape jutting out between Stomopolo Bay and Dyavolski (Devil’s) Bay. The old Turkish village, which once existed there, bore the name Chenger and later Kyupria.
Primorsko is famous for its gracefully arching ten-kilometer sandy beach, the longest and prettiest on the coast. Young Bulgarians flock here in droves every year to spend their precious time off and money. There are plenty of outdoor cafes, discos and inexpensive eateries such as the beachside Delfin Snack Bar - try the tasty "midi pane" (breaded deep fried mussels). Under communism, Primorsko was the site of Georgi Dimitrov International Youth Resort Centre (Mezhdunaroden Mladezhki Tsentar, or MMC) which annually attracted thousands of communist youth from around the world who, fittingly, camped out in huge communal tents. For the intrepid traveler curious to see how the current generation of Bulgarian youth is embracing capitalist excess, Primorsko is where it's happening. But if it's peace and quiet you're after, better look elsewhere.
The relief is unique with its diversity and beauty. The two vast beaches, covered with fine golden sand, are surrounded by picturesque dunes. The coastline covers an area of more than 1045 sq. meters.
The climate of the region is Continental-Mediterranean and this is a precondition for a warm and sunny summer with refreshing daytime breeze and relatively high night temperatures. Average temperature for July – 23-24 degrees. The maximum temperatures rarely exceed 32-33 degrees.
The resort Dyuni is 12 km north of Primorsko. It was built in 1987, and is the result of a Bulgarian – Austrian project. Tourists visit the beaches of Alepu and Arkutino, however they are wild and beautiful and there are no suitable conditions for luxury tourism and recreation. After the mouth of Ropotamo River and the wonderful natural reserve along the last 20 kilometers of the river is Maslen Cape. Its rocky profile and high slopes down to the sea give a fantastic view to all the tourists who have climbed it and below, in between the fjords and rocks are the small and quiet coves covered with pebbles and shells. Nearby is Perla ("pearl") camp site and the marsh of Stomopolo.
Several times during the day buses run to Bourgas and Sozopol.