The Cherno More motorway or the Black Sea motorway (Bulgarian: автомагистрала „Черно море“) is a Bulgarian motorway planned to link the major coastal cities of Varna and Burgas, passing along the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. It is part of the Pan-European corridor VIII and is to be 103 km long when finished. As of 2006 10 km of the motorway are completed, from the Asparuhov most bridge in Varna to the village of Priseltsi.
The Cherno More motorway is expected to considerably shorten the journey between the two cities, since the traffic is today delayed by the passage of the Balkan Mountains between Nesebar and Obzor. As part of the Bulgarian motorway network, the motorway is to be linked with the Hemus motorway at Varna and the Trakiya motorway at Burgas, both leading to the capital Sofia