The Ski Resorts in Bulgaria are ideal for beginners and improvers, as they offer great value ski hire, lift passes and lessons and the ski schools cater well for first time skiers.
Bulgaria would not be recommended for gourmets as the food can be basic and served warm rather than hot. However it is possible to find many good wines at bargain prices.
Borovets Ski Resort.
Borovets is Bulgaria’s oldest ski resort, dating from the 19th century, it has now developed into the largest and most modern ski resort in Bulgaria.
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Pamporovo Ski Resort.
Pamporovo is situated amidst the pine forest of the Rhodope mountains. The village sits at the foot of the Snejanka mountain, a rounded peak from which all the resort’s scenic and often tree-lined pistes descend.
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Bansko Ski Resort.
Bansko is the best developed ski resort in Eastern Europe, an attractive old town with a modern lift system and hotels of international standard. Bansko has a long ski season, that usually runs from mid-December until mid-May.
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