Bulgaria has a land area of 111 000 square kilometers which consist of diverse landscapes, mountains fields and beautiful beaches. This relatively small area contains everything that the nature seekers would like to see.
There are several high quality ski resorts in Bulgaria - Bansko, Borovets and Pamporovo are the biggest and most famous. There are other places which have improved a lot for the last few years and soon will be much appreciated by the keen skiers.
There are a few of luxurious beach resorts in Bulgaria and a lot of attractive small beach resorts which are improving by the day.
Among the best beach resorts on the Bulgarian black sea coast are:
Among the small beach resorts are:
- Sveti Konstantin and Elena
- Bialata Laguna
Bulgaria is becoming more and more famous with its spa resorts a well known spa resorts in Bulgaria are Hisarya, Sandanski, Banevo and many others.
Bulgaria, an investment in the future, an investment that won't break the bank, and as you will discover one that opens a whole new way of life. One of the oldest European states with 2000 years of history and traditions.
Modern Bulgaria is situated in south-eastern Europe, in the Balkan Peninsula. A busy crossroad of ancient cultures, for centuries the roads passing through the territory of the country have been connecting Europe with Asia and Africa. Four common European transport corridors connecting west and north Europe with the Eastern and Southern parts of the continent cross their roads here.
Bulgaria is also known for its picturesque nature and rich cultural heritage ranking third in Europe only after Greece and Italy for the number of its valuable archeological monuments.
As a member of the European Union the Bulgarian government is keen to promote investments from overseas and there has never been a better time to consider purchasing property in this one of Europe's most beautiful countries. The rush has started but you can still be one of the first to invest in the Bulgarian property market. If the true have been known many people would have been doing just this for years, but the fact was a well kept secret until relatively recently, prices are increasing but remain just a fraction of what you pay in the UK and indeed elsewhere in Europe.
The black sea and central Bulgaria are proving to be the most sort-after areas but the stunning natural beauty and unspoiled nature of much of the land lets the buyer step back in time to a slower pace of life. Many people liken in the property market in Bulgaria to that of Spain 30 years ago. One forgets in this era of low cost carriers and charter flights to everywhere that years ago those who ventured into Spain were pioneers in the property sea.
Package holidays were a new concept and travel was far from easy both to the country and indeed around it. Travel to Bulgaria is not necessarily that difficult and travelling around it well its hardly fast is getting easier and better by the year.
Bulgaria has changed swiftly over the last decade, though in the villages you can still find folk who ride the donkey to work its own home grown potatoes and make their own cheese, the difference now is that they wash it all down in-front of satellite TV. Now the world is discovering Bulgaria a country of amazingly contracting landscapes, ancient traditions reflecting its rich cultural heritage, an excellent climate neither too hot nor too cold and the allure of an incredibly low cost of living, only a three hour air flight from London with a price of air tickets tombolling. To discover more contact us and join us on a journey, a journey of discovery.
The capital of Bulgaria is Sofia, it has a population of approximately 1.8 million and is located in the western part of the country.
The largest cities in Bulgaria are:
For full list of the cities and towns in Bulgaria please visit our regions sections.
The climate in Bulgaria
The weather climate in Bulgaria is temperate which means that it has a proper winter, spring, summer and autumn. The temperatures are reaching 42C in the Summer. On the other hand the temperatures go as low as -20C in the winter.