Bourgas region is a crossroad of ancient civilizations since the end of VII – V century BC. In the museums many artifacts are stored – stone, flint and bone tools, pottery and idol sculptures from the Neolithic and Copper Age. They were found in so-called “mounds” – over 100 in number, formed as a result of millennial life of small villages located near water source. In the Bourgas Bay were found buried villages from the Bronze Age (III century BC). Many stone anchors of different sizes talk about development of shipping in the Bay even at this early age. Evidence of trade contacts with the Thracians in the Mediterranean world in XV – XIII century BC is the copper ingot of Minoan type, found near Cherkovo, Bourgas region.