Euxinograd is a late 19th-century Bulgarian former royal summer palace and park on the Black Sea coast, 8 kilometres north of downtown Varna.
The palace was designed in style of an 18th-century French château style. Euxinograd has three storeys. The first houses the principal reception room, the second: the private apartments of the royal family and the third: the servants.
The park is home to over 310 plant varieties from Asia, South America, North Africa and Southern France.