Varshets is situated 92 km north of Sofia and 30 south of Montana. The location of the town defines it as a resort famous for its curative mineral springs, beautiful scenery, a large well-kept park and mild mountainous climate.
Varshets disposes of excellent tourist infrastructure.
There are 2 spa centres, polyclinics, numerous rest houses, hotels and many private lodgings. Read more
The place of Chuchurinkata is located at the distance of 5 km. from the Gramatikovo village, Malko Tarnovo. It is settled in the heart of the Strandzha Mountain on the banks of Veleka river.
Chuchurinkata is marked with Blue Flag, which means that it is one-off the most ecological places in Bulgaria. It also is rich in mineral springs.
The electricity here is generated by big batteries, while water is supplied from a nearby spring. The bungalows are equipped with stoves and fireplaces.
There are a lot of mountain paths and great possibilities for herb collecting and fishing.
The Thracians settled around the hot mineral springs, then the Romans built their SPA centers like Augusta (present Hissarya), Dezudava (Sandanski), Pautalia (Kyustendil) and Serdica (Sofia).
With its favourable climate, 378 km long coastal sandy beach strip, over 500 mineral springs varying in chemical composition, temperature and curative possibilities, lagoon mud sources Bulgaria is extremely attractive for spa recreation and tourism. Read more
Golden Sands Resort (Zlatni Pyasatsi) is the largest resort on the northern Black Sea coast.
Golden Sands is situated 18 km. north-east from Varna.
Golden Sands is famous for its mineral springs and summer parties.
The resort’s beach strip is 3,5 km. long and up to 100 m. wide.
There are 4 five-, 16 four-, 38 three- and 22 two-star hotels, holiday clubs, two villa complexes and 10 luxury villas. Read more