Holiday homes Bulgaria
Holiday lettings in Bulgaria are sought out for the beautiful coast of the Black Sea. Sandy beaches and quiet coves with rocky cliffs stretch for a whole 380 kilometres along the Bulgarian coastline. Whether you want a romantic, private spot to relax or need a shallow beach for your kids to swim safely, you will find it here. The Black Sea has recently been proclaimed to be one of the clearest seas with extremely good visibility, where rare species of mammals such as dolphins and seals still thrive. Destinations like Sunny Beach or Golden Sands are becoming popular, so holidays at the Black Sea certainly follow the trend.
Bulgaria offers more than just excellent conditions for relaxing at the beach. There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor sports enthusiasts of all kinds. Hikers, rock climbers and mountain bikers all look out for holiday lettings in Bulgaria. Bulgarian national parks in the Rila, Rhodopes, Stara Planina and Pirin mountains preserve unique wilderness areas, the last of which has been added to the UNESCO Natural Heritage Sites List. The famous Magura Cave features stone-age drawings, and stalactites can be admired in Jagodina. For rock climbing, go to Maljovica in the Rila mountains or to Vichren in the Pirin mountains.
Musala, the 7th most prominent mountain peak in Europe, is situated at an elevation of 2,925 metres in the Rila range. Inland, you can explore the Balkan mountains which boast incredible natural riches in the form of mineral springs, caves, rivers and waterfalls. The large number of cultural and historical sights on the UNESCO Heritage List make Bulgaria the fourth country from the top. The most significant sights include the Boyana church in Sofia, the rock-hewn churches of Ivanovo near Rousse, a monastery in Rila, the Madara Rider stone relief from Byzantine times, the Pirin mountains, and the Srebarna nature preserve.
Encounters with Bulgarians may lead to funny misunderstandings. The fact that they turn their heads to agree and nod to disagree is counter-intuitive for most European travellers. A typical local dish is the Shopska salad, which is made of cucumbers, tomatoes, onions and fresh cheese. In English-speaking countries it is usually known as Greek salad and it originates from a region in Central Western Bulgaria.
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