The archaeological values found in Aquae Calidae are: the fortress walls of the ancient city of Terme (Thermopolis), the Roman baths of the 1st century AD. with a warm and cold pool, and various medieval rooms. They are accessible for tourists through modern footbridges constructed to facilitate the passage and viewing.
In the waters of the bay of Burgas is located the only inhabited island on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast – Saint Anastasia. The island has emerged since the eruption of a volcano, and as a result of storms and sea waves, strange rock formations have appeared - The Mushroom, the Dragon, the Fossilised Pirate Ship, and the Sun Gate. The piece of land is 6,5 km (4 nautical miles) southeast of Burgas, is placed between Cape Chukalya and Cape Atia.
Apart from the sea, Burgas also offers relaxation in a swimming pool with mineral water The outdoor pool in the "Vetren" Sports Complex "Mineral Baths" is fed by the mineral spring Aquae calidae, around which the Romans built a large bathing complex in the 1st century.
Old Nessebar is the historical treasure of Bulgaria. As early as 1956, it was declared an architectural and archeological reserve of national importance. Due to its unique historical color in 1983 the city was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Nessebar is the only Bulgarian city - World Cultural Heritage.
You can find a good craft brewery in the park next to the coliving. There is a free BBQ area next to it