Bulgaria accommodation

Bulgaria is home to some amazing nature that opens a portal to an epic variety of landscapes. From high mountains with snow-capped peaks, to a long beautiful coastline with sandy beaches. But mountains and the sea is not everything that the country has to offer. There are lakes, rivers, plateaus, and more than 4.600 caves! Continue reading if you want some practical advice on what to do during your stay in Bulgaria, or just go ahead and book accommodation right away!

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Bulgaria accommodation

Bulgaria is home to some amazing nature that opens a portal to an epic variety of landscapes. From high mountains with snow-capped peaks, to a long beautiful coastline with sandy beaches. But mountains and the sea is not everything that the country has to offer. There are lakes, rivers, plateaus, and more than 4.600 caves! Continue reading if you want some practical advice on what to do during your stay in Bulgaria, or just go ahead and book accommodation right away!

What to do for your Nature.House holiday in Bulgaria?

Booking accommodation with us assures a stay in nature and away from the crowds! This means complete relaxation in a peaceful environment. Even with the simplest apartment you get a comfortable and adventurous stay. Read a book and enjoy the sun sitting in your garden. Wake your senses with a leisure stroll in the woods. Test your stamina with a strenuous hike. Meditate on the shore of a tranquil mountain lake and immerse in nature. Explore the ancient cities that are spread over the country. The choice of activities is just endless. The diverse nature in Bulgaria makes the place the perfect backdrop for outdoor adventures. Here’s some practical advice on where to go for your favorite adventure:

Skiing in Bulgaria

If you’re an experienced skier, you’ve probably visited the Alps for a skiing holiday. Why not choose Bulgaria for your next ski adventure? Places like Pamporovo, Borovets, and Bansko each offer world-class ski slopes of more than 30 km. The longest ski piste is located in Borovets, and stretches for a whole of 24 km. Cross-skiing is possible on a 35 km designated track. Have you tried skiing in the night? If not, try descending the downhill lightened slopes that are open until 10pm. You can also go for an alternative ski resort in Uzana, located right in the heart of Bulgaria. It’s also situated in close proximity to Gabrovo - the humour capital of the country, and the longest city. The nature of that region is something not to be missed! 

Adventures in the highlands

The mountain sports in Bulgaria don't end with skiing or snowboarding. Next to the winter sports, you can also go for climbing, mountain biking, mountaineering, hiking, paragliding, or caving. There are many rivers and thrashing streams flowing down the mountains that create the perfect conditions for rafting. Kayaking and canoeing is also possible. The weather in spring and summer especially is so hot that you won’t mind getting completely wet. In fact, cooling in the water is something that you’ll be looking forward to, when the afternoon heat hits 38°C! This is why it’s best that you book a holiday in the mountains, where the temperatures are generally a few degrees cooler, or of course, by the sea. 

Relaxing or active seaside holiday

The summer season is officially between June and August, but the best time for a seaside holiday in Bulgaria remains September. The beaches get less crowded, the water gets cleaner, and the temperature of the water can go up to 26°C. You can go swimming in the sea, snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, or fly over the sea on a banana! All kinds of adventures, especially in the wild Sunny Beach. But then again, if you’re looking for a relaxing experience there are many hidden beaches with crystal clear waters. Take your time to find a place with no crowds, and enjoy the sound of the sea, breeze, and birds unbothered by other tourists. Or just book accommodation in the seaside of Bulgaria with us and ask your landlord for advice.