Bulgaria is famous for its holiday- and health resorts. Its countryside scenery is an amazing combination of high and gorgeous mountains, dense and cool coniferous and deciduous woods, torrential highland rivers, manifold high-mountain and seaside lakes, multiple dam lakes, hundreds of mineral springs with healing waters, magnificent seaside beaches which provide excellent pre-requisites for development of the holiday resort businesses. Presented below are the most well-known and frequented resorts in Bulgaria, as detailed information of their specifics will be provided in the next publications.
Bansko, Kotel, Berkovitsa, Pamporovo, Borovets, Smolyan, Velingrad, Chepelare, Govedartsi, Yundola, Koprivshtitsa.
Hydropathical resorts/Health Resort Towns:
Bankya, Narechenski Bani (Mineral baths of Narechen), Banya (domain of Karlovo), Bourgasski Mineralni Bani (Mineral Baths of Bourgas), Pavel Banya, Sandanski, Velingrad, Slivenski Mineralni Bani (Mineral Baths of Sliven), Varshets, Devin, Sofia, Kostenets, Starozagorski Mineralni Bani (Mineral Baths of Stara Zagora), Haskovski Mineralni Bani (Mineral Baths of Haskovo), Hissarya, Momin Prokhod.
Albena, Pomorie, Ahtopol, Primorsko, Balchik, Ravda, Bourgas, Riviera, Byala (district Varna), Roussalka (Mermaid settlement), Varna, Dyuni (The Dunes), Sveti Vias (St Vias), Elenite, SS Constantine and Elena, Zlatni Pyassatsi (Golden Sands), Sozopol, Slanchev Bryag (Sunny Beach), Kavarna, Kamchiya, Touzlata at Balchik, Kiten, Tsarevo, Nessebar, Chayka (Seagull), Obzor.