Melnik is a small town situated in south east Bulgaria in Blagoevgrad province. It is hidden in the Pirin mountain outskirts with 440 m above sea level. With it’s 208 inhabitants it is considered the smallest city in Bulgaria and it is famous with its wine production. The sand pyramids are as well nature’s landmark. 96 from its beautiful buildings are cultural monuments. It’s unique architecture, the nearby Rozhen monastery and the wine production’s long history (est. 1346) are making Melnik one of the most famous tourist destinations in Bulgaria.