Ravda has a few beaches, reaching as far as Nessebat. In the east part of the village, there is a modern Aquapark.
Ravda is an ecologically clean village with great air, very suitable for a peaceful family vacation
In the vacation village, the places to stay are mainly private residencies and small family hotels. The village also has quite a few restaurants, clubs, taverns and pavilions.

There is continual bus transportation which provides a connection to other resorts in the area.

For Burgas and the airport every 40 mins.
For Sunny Beach and Nessebar every 20 mins.
For Pomorie every 20 mins.
The city of Nessebar is 10 mins away from Ravda. It was founded in the end of the 6thcentury BC by Greek settlers and was later a part of the Roman Empire. In the 9th century, it was assimilated as part of Bulgaria. In consecutive years, it was under Byzantine and Ottoman rule, but the economic and culture development did not cease. In the old part of the city, there are as many as 42 churches. In 1956, the city was declared an architectural and archeological reservation and in 1983, the cultural monuments of the city were included in the UNESCO list of world-wide cultural heritage.

Pomorie is 10 km away from Ravda. The city was founded under the name Anhialo in the end of the 5th century. A large portion of its inhabitants were Thracians. The heyday of the city was reached under Roman rule and consecutively, Anhialo was transferred from Bulgarian to Byzantine ruling and vice versa. The city houses the only museum of salt in Bulgaria.