The Best Skiing Resorts in Bulgaria

The Best Skiing Resorts in Bulgaria

It really doesn’t matter whether you are an advanced or novice skier – it is the taking part that really counts. When considering a destination for a skiing holiday is not easy, and this profile explains the most popular ski resorts in Bulgaria.

When you decide to arrange holiday rentals in Bulgaria, it is a fantastic choice in relation to other European ski locations.

When deciding a ski resort in Bulgaria, there are a huge number of reasons that you should consider before booking. Some key elements include, availability and cost of flights and ski rentals in Bulgaria, quality of snow, distance of your ski apartment in Bulgaria to the slopes and you should also check what other activities are available in the ski resort. Here are three of the finest ski resorts in Bulgaria.

Borovets

Borovets is the largest and modern design and style resort in Bulgaria and is nestled 1390 meters above sea level. The Borovets ski slopes usually have snow cover from mid December till April and this is the reason why time after time, ski holiday chalets in Borovets looks to be the most favored option for skiers, particularly for families. This is also due to the near proximity to Sofia airport and the reason that Borovets is a modern resort, having superior facilities.

Pamporovo

Pamporovo is another popular choice located 1650 m above sea level, but the transfer time is slightly longer in comparison to Borovets. It is the brightest Bulgarian resort and has amazing snow throughout the entire ski season which commences from mid December through to mid April. The resort is good for novice skiers and is ideal for children to learn skiing with the many ski schools in Pamporovo taught by experienced ski instructors.

Bansko

Bansko skiing resort is the number one Ski resort in Bulgaria and they cater brilliantly for kids and adult skiers. The closest airport is Sofia (capital of Bulgaria) and Bansko is around 160km from Sofia Airport. Bansko features the best snow record in the entire Bulgaria and its ski season runs from December to May. In recent times, Bansko has witnessed a huge amount of investment in new hotels, resort facilities and new luxury ski chalets in Bansko. The region of Bansko is located 925 metres above sea level and its name originates from the old Bulgarian word “ban”, which means “master”.

These are the three main skiing resorts in Bulgaria and all you need to do soon is make a decision which resort you prefer, then browse for available flights and book your chosen holiday accommodation in Bulgaria.

Paul enjoys stays in self catering holiday villas and holiday apartments during his travels for both business and pleasure throughout Europe and Middle East and manages a number of holiday rentals worldwide at holidayrentalcentre.co.uk.