At the beach of Lozenets you can go windsurfing. You rent the gear and if you are a beginner you will get some instruction before you go out. They also stay in the water with you, to help you out.
I can’t remember the price, but it wasn’t that much.
My boyfriend had never tried it before, but he quickly learned, and was able to windsurf within half an hour.
The new restaurant 'Moabet' was opened in the beginning of the summer of 2013 and is situated literally on the roof of the Hacienda club. It is expected to be the hit of the season not only in Lozenets, but also in the surrounding Black sea holiday villages/small towns. A lot of Bulgarian and some foreign singers/bands will have concerts there this summer. Panoramic sea view is breathtaking, the constant breeze that you feel is also contributing to the joy of visiting the venue. They claim to have a sophisticated menu that can match with world cuisines of summer resorts, but actually I cannot agree with that since their menu is not very long and not offering any unique dishes (not to mention the fact that relatively big part of it is with pizza and pasta). Fans of ouzo though will be in heaven - this is the already working first in Bulgaria 'Uzarnitsa' where you can try over 20 types of ouzo! The service was fast and good, the prices though are more expensive than average, I want to recommend you to make a reservation for the big terrace since the view from there is the really amazing one, the small terrace is nothing special.
This restaurant is a part of the Hotel&restaurant complex 'Laguna' situated on the narrow street leading to the central beach (parking is almost impossible next to the restaurant, so consider visiting it by feet). The restaurant is actually a covered quite big in size summer terrace with 150 seats. The focus is put on the Bulgarian cuisine and the seafood, the menu is also not a short one and everything that we have tried was really delicious. This is also one of the best restaurants in the village, there are two things that we didn't like about it - the higher than average prices and the longer time that you have to wait in the evening when the venue is full. Consider making a reservation in advance since it's almost full each evening during the high season. Anyway, I would recommend visiting it - it's worth the nearby 'Bistroto' for sure!
Favorite Dish: The zucchini with yoghurt and garlic, the Starobrno beer on tap (so difficult to find in Lozenets)
Don't pay attention to the plastic tables and chairs - 'Sezoni' ('Seasons') is for sure the best restaurant in Lozenets! Situated on the main street, 5 min by feet from the central square of the village and opposite to the famous 'By the Way' bar this bistro is one of the most famous venues in the village that offers typical Bulgarian cuisine and seafood at affordable prices. The menu is very long so we had problems in choosing what exactly to order, but everything that we have ordered was really delicious. The prices are not cheap, but I would say average for the resort, the service is very good and fast, you will have for sure an issue though with finding a table since it is always fully booked in advance. There is no place to park on the street though since it's very narrow and always full of cars, ATVs, bicycles... We have visited this bistro twice during our stay in Lozenets and tried many different dishes and were never disappointed by the food and service, so I highly recommend it as for sure the best as kitchen restaurant/bistro in the village!
Favorite Dish: Everything that we have tried was superb!
As you can see, the village is very little, and there is really no need for a map.
I think this is why you never see a map anywhere there, and I only found this one by coinsidence.