Take a break in holiday homes in Bulgaria
Bulgaria | Bulgaria is a first-class golf destination with contemporary courses designed by celebrated players. The country is also well known for its balneological and wellness tourism with its abundance of thermal springs and spa resorts. A stay in holiday homes in Bulgaria will introduce travellers to adrenalin raising sports like paragliding, hang gliding and bungee jumping.
Conquering the high peaks
Bulgaria has a varied geography of mountains, foothills, plateaus, lowlands, river valleys and basins. Situated to the east of theStruma River Valley, the Rila and Pirin ranges are the highest mountains in Bulgaria. Most towns in the area such as Vratsa and Balchik have fully equipped climbing facilities to outfit hikers and climbers. Rent holiday houses or holiday apartments in this region to explore the mountains using the well established network of eco-trails.
Adventure sports and horse riding
Horse riding is a fun way to discover the beauty of the Bulgarian lowlands as well as its mountain trails. The town of Bozhurishte holds horse riding competitions that are authorized by the World Cup of Equestrian Sport. Horse riding is also a popular activity at the beaches, especially among children. Families can book holiday rentals and holiday homes with fabulous beach views. The Black Sea is ideal for a variety of watersports. Stay in holiday apartments or holiday houses along the Black Sea Coast which offer activities like kite surfing, diving and underwater fishing. Whitewater rafting and kayaking on Bulgaria’s swift flowing rivers like the Iskar and Mesta can really set the adrenalin flowing.
A wonderful family vacation
Bulgaria is a wonderful destination for a family summer holiday. There is something for everyone, from adventure sports like surfing, water skiing and underwater exploration to photo safaris, ecotourism and excursions to architectural landmarks in its capital Sofia. Three world class golf courses can be found in the northern part of the Black Sea. The best way to appreciate the traditional culture, cuisine and lifestyles of the locals is to stay in holiday rentals in Bulgarian villages.
This is how holiday rental owners described Byala
show more destination. Because of the successful local wine industry this city is a well of and prosperous town. The city has some 3000 inhabitants, but this number is increased ten times during the summer season.
The town is located between the two major port cities on the Black Sea coast; Varna (50km) and Bourgas (80km). Both cities have international airports offering comfortable connections to major European airports year around. Flight operator “Norwegian” offers direct seasonal flights from Oslo between April and October. Both cities are within fast and easy access through a high way passing by Byala. Varna is reached within 40 minutes by car.
The town is ideally placed in the outskirts of the Balkan range where the mountains plunge suddenly into the calm translucent sea, offering a completely unique combination of both a view to the mountains and to the sea as well as a mild and healthy climate.
Byala seduces its visitors through its traditional small town charm and untouched natural scenery. The area is famous for its long and white sandy beaches, clear crystal blue sea, white cliffs, mineral water springs and healthy air. The Black Sea contains less salt than the Mediterranean, making it more pleasant for swimming and water activities. The calm sea without strong tides is also especially treasured by families with children and elderly people
During the mild winters and pleasant summers you can enjoy numerous outdoor activities such as hiking and trekking, rock climbing, cycling, fishing, diving, golfing, sailing, hunting etc.
The town of Byala is developing fast, both as a year round residential area and as a desired holiday destination. Anxious by the somewhat hasty developments of other coastal cities the municipality has developed a strong regulation plan to the benefit of all. This will among others include restrictions on building sizes and heights ensuring open and green areas.
Among the latest projects that have been launched is a huge restructuring of the old port, a water world, and a nearby golf course.
Only five kilometres from Byala is the town Obzor, slightly bigger than Byala, but still a peaceful traditional coastal town worth a visit day or night. Obzor has an idyllic market surrounded by small shops and restaurants, representing a charming alternative to the tourist metropolis of Sunny Beach which is found 45 minutes by car further to the south.
According to reports from real estate indexes, the region of Byala/Obzor is set to become one of the most sympathetically developed, as well as the most exclusive and luxurious destinations for holiday properties in Bulgaria; the new Bulgarian Riviera.
As the traditional real estate market is relatively young in Byala you would see that the price level is lower than in nearby cities. With the development foreseen for this town Byala is expected to become one of the most desirable places for vacations and business investments in Bulgaria.
Photos of the town
Property no. 810308
from GBP 367for 1 week
Byala, Black Sea coast Bulgaria (Northern Black Sea Coast)
Holiday apartment for max. 5 personsApprox. 100 m², 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, pets not allowed, satellite TV, washing machine, sandy beach approx. 450 m, communal swimming pool: Shared outdoor swimming pool 150 m²
Property no. 615707
from GBP 501for 1 week
Byala, Black Sea coast Bulgaria (Northern Black Sea Coast)
Holiday home for max. 6 personsApprox. 190 m², 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, pets are allowed (max. 1), satellite TV, washing machine, dishwasher, sandy beach approx. 200 m, pool: Outdoor swimming pool 25 m²