Bulgaria has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe in recent years. Leading budget airlines operate flights to the buzzing capital city of Sofia, as well as to Varna in the north and to Bourgas on the Black Sea coast in the south. It is a wonderfully diverse country to visit, with a blend of rolling hills, flat plains, quaint villages, vibrant cities, beautiful beaches and stunning lakeland areas.
Due to the increasing amount of tourism, more and more Bulgaria holiday villas are available, many of them at a very reasonable price.If you want to remain inland, you can rent Bulgaria accommodation by the snow-capped Plovdiv mountain ranges in the far North, or at the base of the Rhodopi mountain range near Sofia in the south east. The city of Sofia itself is unique, it provides all the bustling cosmopolitan vibe you'd want from a European city break but is just a short drive away from beautiful forests and thrilling ski adventures for the sports enthusiast.
Bulgaria Villa Rentals and Bulgaria Holiday Homes - visit one Eastern Europe's holiday gems
If you're looking for an unforgettable beach holiday, there are plenty of Bulgaria holiday lettings set by the beautiful Black Sea Coast. The Black sea touches Georgia at the north, passes the Danube where Bulgaria meets Romania, then winds down the Bulgarian coastline along fantastic resorts such as Golden Sands in Varna, Sunny Beach and Nessebar near Bourgas, then right down to the Turkish border. Bulgaria Holiday homes are available to suit every taste and budget; whether you want a cosy log cabin in the mountains, or a modest beach hut in which to lounge and soak up Eastern Europe's glorious sunshine.
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Villas in Bulgaria - treat yourself to the Eastern European holiday experience of a lifetime
The people of Bulgaria are friendly and welcoming, and are keen to share their culture with visitors. Try out Shopka Salad, which is made with delicious locally-made goats cheese, or, if you are staying in one of the colder areas, a satch, which is like a stew cooked in a ceramic bowl, will soon warm you up. Look out for the local firewater, rakia. Locals love to give a glass or two to tourists to sample, but it might leave you a little unsteady on your feet!