Cycle the Black Sea Coast

Cycle the Black Sea Coast

Cycle the Black Sea Coast


5nights in 3* hotels

3nights in guest – house

Double of twin rooms with ensuite WC/shower


Not available. You transport yourself only with the bicycle and bring your luggage with you.

*Transport for the luggage can be arrange in addition.


8 breakfast and 7 dinners


24 hour telephone assistance

Age Restriction

This trip is suitable for adults with experience in long biking on asphalt roads

Group Size

2 persons and above

Operator remarks

This tour can be easily tailored depending on your preferences. If you would like to make a longer or shorter trip this can be easily arranged.



Price includes:

  • road book
  • Accommodation
  • 8 breakfast and 7 dinners
  • GPS tracks if enquiried



Price excludes:

  • Insurance
  • Failing meals
  • Museum entrance fees
  • Flights and taxes
  • Personal expenses
  • Anything not specifically mentiond as included

This cycling holiday starts and ends in Burgas - the marine capital of Bulgaria. It is designed for people who would like to travel separately and set up their own paste. Odysseia - in Ltd will give a road book and GPS, if enquiried, for the daily itinerary as well as notes about the places of interest to visit along the way. The daily rides are about 100km, so this is recomended for experienced cyclist.

You start from Burgas and start riding north towards Varna city and Durankulak lake. During this stage you ride alongside the Black sea and pass by some of the highlights of the Bulgarian coast: the Euxinograd palace, the Balchik palace and Balchik garden, cape Kaliakra, Tuilenovo village, the best mussel farm "Dalboka".

Aftertwards you go west and get into the coutries mainland. For the next days you explore the Danubian plain and the cities of Dobrich and Shumen. The landscape here changes from the Sea - side panoramas to mouintain regions. You visit one of the UNESCO heritage sites - the Madara Horseman and cross the spine of Bulgaria - "Stara planina" mountains at Tvarditsa pass. 

Your last overnight takes you in a village that preserves the typical Bulgarian architecture from XVIII - XIXc. Afterwards you cycle back to Burgas for a farewall dinner.

Cycle the Black Sea Coast