Bulgaria – summer sun and winter skiing – and much more in between!

There is no secret to why Bulgaria has emerged over the past few years – it is the best destination for beach holidays in Europe. Here are ten tips on what Bulgaria has to offer for your vacation all year round.

Beaches: You may not expect to find places with English names such as Sunny Beach and Golden Sands, but these resorts dating back to the 1960s have been updated to date while upgrading to their names. Sunny Beach is great and magnificent – the golden sands are better for a more relaxing break.

Beaches in addition to: You don’t have to stay in a resort specifically designed to enjoy the beach. Nessebar, a few miles from Sunny Beach, is a “living museum” city from the cobbled streets and historic buildings that are accessed by a bridge of beach hotels. Sozopol is another ancient city with a busy modern neighborhood.

Spa and wellness: Many of the new hotels that have appeared in beach resorts offer beauty treatments and treatments. Aromatherapy and seawater therapy are among options.

skiing: Pamporovo and Borovets resorts are especially good for beginners and a lot of money has been spent on improving standards of accommodation, ski schools and ski lifts. Bansko Resort is also good for middle classes and experts as well, and is the most comprehensive, with 40 miles of branded skis.

Mountain activities: Bansko is a year-round resort with plenty in summer as well. Try kayaking, mountain biking, canoeing, or trekking to Mount Vehrin at 3000 meters above sea level.

Cruising: He drove off to Varna to discover the Black Sea, and stopped at places including Sozopol and Nessebar. Longer cruises visit Romania and Turkey.

History:A tour inside opens your eyes to medieval land and Orthodox monasteries. Do not miss the visit of Old Plovdiv (Bulgaria’s second largest city), the former capital Veliko Tarnovo and Rila Monastery.

wine: Many vineyards welcome visitors, where you can taste unknown and unrated wine perfumes such as Lyaskovets and Haskovo.

Country Pleasures: The villages returned to life after the communist grouping policy. Farm residences began to evolve – and the food is delicious.

Capital of Culture: Sofia is a surprisingly diverse city, with ancient mosques and synagogues between the cathedral and the Orthodox churches. It is close to Mount Vitosha, and has a glimpse of a day or a half of nature.

Bulgaria is not just a great choice for the sun and sand but rather a place of history and culture, as people rediscovered their traditions after the gloomy years of communism.

With low-cost flights to Bulgaria from all over Europe, holidays in Bulgaria remain affordable and a great alternative to traditional European holiday centers.