In the town of Pomorie, besides the beautiful beach and the 18700 square meters beach area, 4200 meters long, the bay of Pomorie is waiting for you many more attractions. Some of them are: Ancient dome tomb of the 3rd century under the embankment of tombstone; medieval fortress wall from the 13th to the 14th century; museum and gallery with exposition for the history of the region from prehistoric to late medieval period; Museum of Salt, established in 2002, presents ancient anchial technology of sea salt production as well as tourist routes to Nessebar, Sunny Beach and Sozopol. In the area of ​​the Dimyat wine cellar, owned by the company “Black Sea Gold”, there is a tasting, where tourists can taste the famous Pomorie cognacs, wines and brandies, and get to know the history of wine-growing in the region of Pomorie.
Pomorie is a popular tourist destination and offers its guests a variety of accommodation options. The restaurants and bars in the town are also numerous. Because of the healing properties of the mud Pomorie is a popular spa and spa resort, visited during the summer and winter months. Nearby are Nessebar and Sozopol, famous for their archaeological finds and ancient history.