Primorsko is a town in southeastern Bulgaria. Located in the district of Burgas, near Sozopol and Tsarevo. The population at the beginning of 2012 is 3662 people.
Primorsko is located on a small peninsula on the Black Sea at the foot of Strandzha. Thanks to its location on the border of moderate continental and Mediterranean climate zone, Primorsko is the most northern location in Bulgaria, where they can be grown citrus. The coastline around Seaside are many ancient runes and cities. The city Ranuli located on a hill Vulchanovo kale, which in ancient times was one of the largest coastal cities.
The city Ranuli located on a hill Vulchanovo kale, which in ancient times was one of the largest coastal cities. The remains of the city walls enclose an area of 30 decks. Historians believe that this is one of the larger cities – fortresses in Bulgaria. Long ago, archaeologists seek sanctuary Ranuli as assumptions lead them around the city.
Finally, in 2003, only 3 km. the fortress walls, the Cape Maslen, scientists discovered intact by the time the sanctuary – observatory Beglik- Tash. It is a rough circle of partially processed stones with grooves in which the days of the solstice and equinox, sunlight penetrates.
They also found an altar, an altar, a throne and the largest known to science dolmen. Scientists argue that the building was founded in the 14th century BC. and was used to 5 century BC.
Very often swim ashore ancient potsherds. Not far from Primorsko are the most famous and reserves:
Ropotamo – situated among huge rocks overhanging the sea. Here are stored a number of threatened species of flora and fauna.
Arkutino- there to protect the population of water lilies.
Merrys Rock- covered smooth place where a bird’s eye you can watch the river. Ropotamo. Equally popular rock “Lion’s Head”, which is also located above the river.