Silistar is a protected area, a wild place located in the southern part of the Black Sea coast, which is the home of one of the best preserved old forest ecosystems. Located near the village Rezovo, it lies 90 km south of Burgas, 15 km south of Ahtopol and 12 km from Sinemorets. The shore is outlined with interesting rocks, beaches and specific vegetation. There is an ancient village in the Silistarski Yurt area. Silistar is part of the largest protected area in Bulgaria - the Strandzha Nature Park, which in this part of the region merges with the Black Sea. Green forests run as far as the coast and its golden sands. There is an amazing diversity of plant life, the emblem of the region are the oak forests in which several species of oak trees grow.
Silistar reserve has a rich and diverse fauna. Here you can see deer, wild boars, jackals, ducks, geese, etc. The presence of dozens of bird species is determined by the Via Pontica migration route which passes through this area.
Silistar is located in the sunniest part of the Bulgarian Black Sea coast and offers a unique combination of sea, mountain, river and exotic vegetation. Silistar beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Bulgaria, a place almost still unspoiled and wrapped in that exciting close-to-real-nature feeling.