Luxury holiday homes in Bulgaria

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About Bulgaria:

Served by a number of low cost airlines, Bulgaria is approximately 3 hours flying time from the UK, with regular flights from Gatwick, from £127 return including taxes.

With around 300 days of sunshine a year the Bulgarian climate is very predictable having four distinct seasons. The seasons start with a short cold winter while Spring and Autumn are mild and warm. Temperatures are comparable with Southern France and the long summers similar to Spain.

Located in South East Europe on the Balkan Peninsula bordering Greece and Turkey, Bulgaria joined the European Union in 2007 and has a population of 7.6 million. The country has enjoyed many changes in the last few years, with many cities and resorts undergoing construction booms; buyers being tempted from Western Europe by affordable Bulgaria property prices.

Beach and ski resorts have expanded quickly with the cities transformed into vibrant and attractive holiday destinations, with attractive boulevards, unique shopping and lively nightlife.

Albena beach Bulgaria
North Bulgarian mountains

Bulgaria’s contrasting landscape of breath-taking mountain ranges and golden beaches stretching for over 230 miles along the Black Sea coastline, ensures Bulgaria’s popularity as a tourist destination.

Bulgaria’s towns and villages preserve the authentic Bulgarian spirit and hospitality. The country’s rich traditions, folk dances, music, national costumes and traditional rituals continue to play an important part in the life of Bulgarians; giving this country a unique charm. As recently as 1990, Bulgaria was part of the former Soviet Union – adopting a democratic constitution in 1991 which saw the start of land privatisation which has continued apace up to and since the country’s accession to the European Union.

Bulgarian food shares it characteristics with other Balkans cuisines. One typical dish is Mousaka made from aubergines and minced lamb. Due to the warm climate, salads feature highly as do dairy products such as feta cheese. Hot and cold soups are another popular feature of the wide and varied food choice throughout Bulgaria.


Nevski Church Sofia Bulgaria
Bulgarian Feta salad

Food is often enjoyed with some of the Bulgarian produced beverages such as wine and beer as well as liqueurs and strong spirits including Rakai, Mastica and Menta.

Asens Fortress, Asenovgrad, Bulgaria




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