Zlatni Pyasatsi (Golden Sands) is the largest resort on the northern Black Sea coast. The area is famous for the purest sand on the Black Sea coast and also abounds of trees and bushes. The favourable climate, scenic landscape, and reasonable prices along with the hot mineral water springs and lush woodlands cascading from the Frangen Plateau, forming the Golden Sands Nature Park, turned the town into one of the most popular tourist spots in Eastern Europe. This modern holiday resort offers its visitors casinos, restaurants, clubs, spa centres, attractions, shopping centres, and sports facilities, including yacht marinas, equestrian base and the Aquapolis water park. In 2007, a 1:10 replica of the Eiffel Tower was erected with an observation deck and a restaurant.