This furthest southern settlement along the Bulgarian Black Sea coast lies at the mouth of the Rezovska River, some 100km away from the city of Bourgas and just 12km south of Sinemorets
. The Rezovska river marks Bulgaria's natural boundary with Turkey. Even if the small village of Rezovo (about 100 inhabitants) has a small, but nice beach, it is rarely used as a holiday place. The reason for this is the fact that it lies on the very border, which forces holidaymakers to show their ID cards and in most cases, the contents of their car trunks, upon entry through a high fence of barber wire.
About the resort:
The village was founded in 1905 but access was not allowed to outsiders before 1989, which makes it one of the still-developing seaside resorts.