Located on the beautiful Black Sea coast, with a population just above 2300 people, the town of Byala is a small traditional Bulgarian settlement. Renowned for its crystal blue sea and sandy beaches, and its thriving wine industry, Byala is becoming a much sought after residential area for foreigners and locals alike.
Only 50 km south from the Bulgarian Sea capital Varna and lying just 40 km north of the town of Bourgas, its panoramic views make it the perfect spot for a flexible holiday or for wise investors.
Founded in the 3rd century, Byala boasts with interesting history. Remains of the ancient fortress can still perch above the white cliffs (hence the name Byala, “white”). The town would be an interesting location for any anthropologist as its sandy beach have been found to contain many dinosaur remains.