The village of Shkorpilovtsi lies some 40km to the south of Varna and a couple of kilometers away from the coast. Shkorpilovtsi is named after two Czech brothers, Shkorpil, who have been acknowledged for their contribution to the development of Bulgarian archeology in the late 19th c.
The holiday complex of the same name is situated closer to the adjacent beech of fine white sand. The beech is no less than 8km long and up to 100-120m wide, having sand dunes at places. Mineral water springs have been found in the surrounding area, though their tourist potential remains under-exploited.
The holiday complex consists of campsites and decent bungalows. It draws mostly on Bulgarian families looking for a bargain holiday. The nearby village has an open-air cinema and plenty of pubs and small restaurants, which together with the serenity of the surrounding nature, ensures a calm and enjoyable low-budget rest.