From an agricultural village in the past, Lozenets has been growing rapidly over the past 10-15 years as one of the most fashionable seaside resorts in the southern Black Sea. Nearly all private houses in the village have been converted into hostels. What is more, some initiative people have built 40-50 hotels and aparthotels of different size. Law allows average building height of up to 3-4 storeys only, and that is observed. A mid-size tourist complex was built in the south part of Lozenets, which bought recently by a Russian company, and the large Spanish company Iberdrola Inmobileiaria has started building another tourist complex in the northern suburbs.

A motorway stretching from Bulgaria’s capital Sofia to Burgas will be completed by the end of 2012. Half of the road from Burgas to Lozenets is a speedway with two lanes in each direction, while the other half is a good asphalted scenic road. There is an international road from Istanbul to the resort passing through Malko Tarnovo border checkpoint.

Lozenets has asphalt streets, water supply and sewerage. It is one of the few villages along the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, which has had a water treatment plant for over 40 years. The water treatment plant nears it limit capacity in the peak of summer season, due to increased needs of the expanded resort and the municipality has plans to upgrade its capacity.

This comes to show that the village has been developing as an international resort. Within 20 to 40 km from Lozenets you can find Strandzha Natural Park, Brashlyan Architectural Reserve, 13th century BC Thracian sanctuary, Beglik Tash also known as the Bulgarian Stonehendge. The sea water in this part of the coast is clean, so one can enjoy various water sports and spear fishing as well as conventional fishing in the sea, nearby rivers and small dams. Primorsko Airport offers tours by plane, and one can do hunting in Strandzha Mountains. There are marked hiking trails, biking and horse riding routes. In Lozenets, Tsarevo and in other villages and towns along the coastline, there are national and international cultural events throughout the whole season. At the end of August in Sozopol (a town with artefacts since Byzantine times) cultural elite of the country gathers for ten days at the Apolonia Fеstival of Arts. Remains, believed to be John the Baptist, were excavated nearby. In addition, land in Bulgaria is still the cheapest in the European Union and experts predict that in the next 4-6 years its price will rise by at least 60%.