The Salt Museum was opened on September 7, 2002 in the town of Pomorie. He is the only one in Bulgaria and Eastern Europe specialized museum of obtaining salt by solar evaporation of seawater. The museum presents ancient Anhialo technology for the production of salt. There is an exhibition hall and 20 acres of existing salt pans. Saltpans producing salt in the same way as was done in ancient times. Visitors can see the process and all technological operations.
Church St. Transfiguration of Our Lord in Pomorie is located in the eastern part of the peninsula. The church is Renaissance, nave massive building, built of stone with wooden belts. The iconostasis is made of wood carving, by using different floral motifs. It houses 17 large icons of the royal line and the second line has 33 small apostolic icons. Under the royal icon of Jesus Christ has a little fountain of water called by the Christians – Tears of Christ.
Thracian tomb Kuhata mogila is located 100 meters from the road to Pomorie and is dated II-III century. It is a combination of typical Thracian tomb and Roman mausoleum. The height is 8 meters and has a diameter of 60 meters. It is open for visits and tours.
Pomorie Monastery St. George is located in the resort town of Pomorie, Burgas. The monastery is active and also is offering accommodation, but only after request. The most valuable relic of the monastery is its built-in spring with bas-relief of St. George.
Pomorie Lake is a lagoon and is located near the town of Pomorie. Separated from the sea by natural sand and artificial dike. It yields salt and mud. For several years the southern shore of the lake operates the visitor center and in close proximity to it is the only one in Bulgaria Salt Museum. The lake has been declared as a protected area.
Reserve Old Pomorie houses are located near the beach, at the eastern end of the old part of Pomorie and presents the architecture and the specific elements of the houses on the beach. The buildings in the reservation were built in XIX century. Tourists can see the typical Pomorian houses – two floors consisting of a stone ground floor and flimsy floor. Today the houses of the reserve are private property and not allowed for visitors. The Historical Museum of Pomorie, however, has exposure, re-creating the exact layout.