We've been trying to entertain ourselves in Sozopol since 6 days. It's a total nightmare.
There are some venues in the city, most of them located alongside harmani beach. If you want to go to clubs don't come to that city.
One of the places ve've visited is Mojito, we were there today @ 11.30pm and it was mostly empty with minor people in the venue. It's quite decent with comfy seating places and a swimming pool in the backyard. Though nobody is dancing and there are not too many folks in there.
Before that we visited Energy Music Bar which had 15 guests and totally watery drinks. White russian was like a dip of vodka in a watery milk bucket.
Generally about drinking in Sozopol i'd rather recommend buying PURE liquors (cognac/martini/vodka) NOT BAR MADE COCTAILS. You can mix your martini vodka yourself and not get f...ed by the bartender. Most of the coctails we've had were very watery. I will not give my money for a coctail again. Once i've even hit a watered vodka in a beach bar.
SO in conclusion: Nightlife sucks, coctails suck.
Dress Code: Come as you are... everywhere
Sozopol is the worst place for nightclubbing I've ever visited. For sure, there are many clubs and bars but these are too loud and completely empty. Two nights in a row (friday and saturday-last weekend of July) we (me and my girlfrend) were making a journey through Sozopol to find a good place to dance/party, walking from one place to the another. We were dissapointed with what we have found. There were few places next to promenade and the main beach, but most of them were totally empty. We were told by the locals, that the best parties are in Mojito, Harem, or disco just opposite to these, which was playing some bulgarian dance. We have found Mojito, Harem full of people sitting, drinking and enjoying themselves in a small closed groups. There were no people dancing. In that third club ther was one pair danceing on the large danceflore and a few people siting next to bar. The club was nearly empty, music was too loud, and dj was talking in bulgarian all the time. Another bad news was the price for two vodka-martini (EUR 35), which was in my opinion something weird regarding class of that place.
Them we have visited about 8-10 other clubs spreaded in the city. Discos were empty, and bars were overcrowded. People were only sitting and drinking till drop. At 2 a.m. friday-saturday and at 3:30 am saturday-sunday we finaly gave up looking for a nice place to party. Nightlife in Sozopol is one of the greatest dissapointment... so it is better to take a walk than loosing time in search for a place to dance and party...
It is a club for everyone who likes techno and house music. During a day you can sit on balcony, delight coffee and wonderful sea view afar off.
In the summer Energy House Club is open 00-24. House Party at 00:00
In Sozopol there are many discotheques and clubs where you can dance and have fun. The most famous is Havana Club. Young people enjoy this place for special atmosphere- people are dancing everywhere: on the tables, on sofas and even on the counter of the bar. On the patio there is a pool where disco is ending quite often. There are also pool bar and beach bar.
Working hours: 00.00-24.00
DJ party: 22.00-00.30
Dress Code: Girls! the less you have on you that's better! ;-)
There are plenty disco-bars on the seashore, the first one on the left was the most popular (unfortunately I don’t remember the name). I tried my first Moxito cocktail there and it became my favorite. Buddha bar, and many others invite you with the loud music and dancing waitresses. Don’t be surprised that the music can be so loud only before 12 p.m. because of the rules.
It also has swimming pool and TV with fashion show or sports.
Dress Code: No dress code, come as you are.
All have fun and it doesn`t metter where are you from, or how old are you. The party is non stop and you can enjoy it :)
Dress Code: No Coat and Tie :)