3 Bedroom – Sleeps 7 – Private Pool.
Located in Sokolovo.
Sleeps from 4 people to Groups.
Located at Pomporovo Village.
3 Bedroom – Sleeps 6 – Private Pool.
Located in Merdanya.
Details about BULGARIA.
Nearly rectangular in outline, Bulgaria is bounded by Romania to the north, with most of the border marked by the lower Danube River. The Black Sea lies to the east, Turkey and Greece to the south, North Macedonia to the southwest, and Serbia to the west. The capital city, Sofia, lies in a mountainous basin in the west.
Tourism in Bulgaria has grown markedly since the 1960s. Roughly 750,000 annual foreign arrivals were arriving in Bulgaria in 2005. In addition to the popular Black Sea resorts, tourists visit historical centres such as Sofia, Plovdiv, and Rila Monastery and winter sports centres such as Borovets in the Rhodope Mountains. Pirin National Park, which occupies 67,700 acres (27,400 hectares) in the Pirin Mountains, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983; the World Heritage site was expanded in 2010 to cover an additional 25,000 acres.
Sofia, the capital, is the largest city and dominates the economic and cultural life of the country. Plovdiv, another major industrial and cultural centre, is located in the south-central region; it enjoys a scenic location on the Maritsa River and is host to an annual international trade fair. Varna focuses industry, transport, and tourism on the shores of the Black Sea. The nearby seaside resorts of Zlatni Pyassŭtsi (“Golden Sands”) and Albena attract an international tourist trade. Burgas is Bulgaria’s largest port on the Black Sea, while Ruse, on the Danube in the north, is the largest river port; there the Friendship Bridge leads to the Romanian city of Giurgiu. Stara Zagora, which lies on the southern flanks of the central Sredna Mountains, is notable for its archaeological and architectural remains.
Most of Bulgaria has a moderate continental climate, which is tempered by Mediterranean influences in the south. The average annual temperature is 51 °F (10.5 °C), but this conceals a wide variation; temperatures as low as −37 °F (−38 °C) and as high as 113 °F (45 °C) have been recorded. Mean annual precipitation ranges from about 18 inches (450 mm) in the northeast to more than 47 inches (1,190 mm) in the highest mountains. The lowlands receive snowfall from mid-October to mid-May, with an annual average of 25–30 days of snow cover. Hailstorms occur between May and August.
Bulgarians participate in many festivals, including the International Folklore Festival, held early in August in Burgas; the Varna Summer International Festival, primarily a music festival, held in July; and Sofia Musical Weeks, a springtime celebration of classical music. Historical plays are popular, particularly when staged outdoors in summer against the backdrop of important monuments or buildings associated with events in the country’s history. Local festivals provide an opportunity for new musical and literary works to be performed. The blossoming of the roses in the Karlovo and Kazanlŭk valleys is celebrated through May and June; the oil-bearing roses are collected for the production of attar of roses, an essential oil distilled from fresh petals that is exported worldwide.