Duni travel guide


Temperature: Highs of 28 (°C) in mid-summer with June and September still wonderfully warm.

Best time to visit: Travel in mid-summer for the water temperatures. 
Duni enjoys a continental climate with hot and dry summers, cold winters, and the chance of rainfall at any time of the year. August is the busiest time to visit with June, early-July and September seeing smaller crowds. 

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Sun-seekers: With clear blue waters and 4.5km of golden sand, Duni is the ideal destination to work on your tan in peace.

Sporty types: Duni’s Blue Flag beach has lots to offer for you sporty types. Try lots of different water sports, go on boat trips, or dive on the shipwrecks. 

Families: Children will love this resort with its activities, children’s entertainment and playgrounds.

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Language: The language spoken here is Bulgarian.

Currency: The currency used is the Bulgarian Lev (лв) and while you might see prices in Euros, this is for comparison purposes only.

Local time: Duni is 2 hours ahead of GMT/UK time.

Fly to: Burgas Airport. Transfers to Duni take around 2 hours.

Flight time from UK: The flight time to Duni is 3–3.5 hours.

Tourist information: Further tourist information can be found at http://bulgariatravel.org/en/official_tourism_portal

Visa / health: Check out visa and health advice at www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/bulgaria before you head off on your holiday.

Holiday destinations related to Duni:

  • Golden Sands
  • Sunny Beach

    By foot: Walking around the holiday town and the surrounding area is a great way to explore and discover pretty lanes, great views and tiny cafes. 

    By taxi: Taxis can be booked through your hotel for trips to ancient Sozopol and Ravadinovo Castle.

    By Tour Bus: There’s so much to see in the Duni region that booking on a tour can be the best way to see castles, rivers, botanical gardens, and historic monasteries.


    Sand sculptures: Every summer in nearby Burgas is a truly incredible sand sculpture festival. These intricate and vast sculptures have to be seen to be believed.

    Folk music and dance: Watch huge parades, traditional dancing and Bulgarian music at the International Folk Festival in neighbouring Burgas every August. This is an eye-opening look into Bulgarian culture.