Two kilometers away from Sozopol, inland to the village of Ravadinovo, there is a castle built by Georgi Tumpalov. The castle is basically marbled limestone. Viewed by the air, it looks like a cross and is decorated with brass ornaments from the outside. They hang on the stone walls, wrapped in the back of the castle with dense ivy. The towers are decorated with brass and copper. Out of the garden there are statues, huge wooden lanterns with carving, stone birds and mermaids. The "palace" enters through a large stone gate. There is an arch, a copy of Adrian's in Istanbul, and behind it there is a garden with a lake.