Places of Interest: The most popular nearby place is the river of Ropotamo, famous for the thick ('Longoz') forest, otherwise typical for tropical climates, along its banks. The marsh of Arkutino also falls within the boundaries of the natural reserve.
Besides its attractive rocky formations, the right-hand bank of the river also features one of the largest natural reserves of Water Pelin - a rare and treasured herb - in the country.
Accommodation: Besides the plenty of large and smaller hotels, companies' rest homes and private lodgings in the town, one can find relatively cheap accommodation in the youth centre, or alternatively, in the neighbouring Iglika, Perla or Romantica campsites.
The town has grown immensely in the past few years and is currently one of the most popular Black Sea resorts among foreign and Bulgarian tourists, due to its relatively moderate prices and good infrastructure.
Catering: Small restaurants and refreshment stalls can be found on every corner with their number being particularly high down the main street of the town. In recent years, entrepreneurship has given birth to dozens of medium and high-class hotels, which in
most cases shelter nice restaurants and mehanas as well.
Transport: Regular bus lines connect Primorsko to Bourgas and Sozopol. Similarly to other resorts along the coast, one can alsop rely on private buses, minibuses and taxis for smaller distances. There is also a small road 'train' for tourists, which travels
between the nearby peer town of Kiten and Primorsko.