Ravda is a small seaside resort on the Black Sea, located 3 km from Nesebar, one of the oldest towns in Europe and one of the most popular resorts among foreign tourists for its ancient spirit and well-preserved remains, 5 km from Sunny Beach - a holiday oasis, generously endowed by nature, and 28 km north of the city of Bourgas with its international airport. Not far away are also the Elenite Holiday City, St. Vlas resort and the beautiful Emine Cape - one of the two most impressive capes on the Bulgarian seacoast. Ravda has ecologically clean air and water because the resort is far from the big cities and industrial zones. There are no dangerous species such as sharks, poisonous jelly-fish, scorpions, killer snakes, poisonous spiders, or flies.
There are several big hotels in Ravda and many private rooms and small family hotels, as well as a number of children's and teenagers' holiday complexes. The resort offers spacious, beautiful and clean beaches, reaching as far as the town of Nessebar. Ravda also provides for its visitors variety of sports entertainment, beaches with fine golden sand, life-guards, beach umbrellas and chaise-longues. During the summer months there are water ski, windsurging, swimming and yachting schools.
Ravda is a favourable place mainly for familiy, children, and teenager holidays. The choice of restaurants, offering different cuisines, pubs, taverns, snack bars, beer bars, cafes and bars along the beach is huge.
You can buy fresh fruit and vegetables directly from the local growers.
There are regular bus lines to the other resorts in the area — every 30 minutes to Bourgas and every 20 minutes to Sunny Beach and Nesebar. There are also route taxis, minivans, taxis as well as a mini-train that travels at a small speed to and from Nesebar.