Before you look at properties for sale in Bulgaria, learn as much as you can about the country.
Bulgaria is in the North-East of the Balkan Peninsula and cover around 111,000 square kilometres. It has a coastline that’s nearly 400km long and is bordered by Greece, Serbia and Montenegro, Turkey, Romania and Macedonia.
One of the main attractions that Bulgaria holds is its varied geography, which allows tourists to enjoy both the attractive coastline and the excellent skiing. The highest peak in Bulgaria is Mount Musala, which is 2,925 metres high.
The Bulgarian climate
If you are considering property for sale in Bulgaria, whether for your own use or to hire out to other holidaymakers, you will want to know about the climate. Depending on where you have decided to buy – a ski property in the mountains, or a beach-front apartment, the climate will have an effect on when you can enjoy the property, and on how much of the year you can bring in rental income. www.thebulgarianpropertycompany can advise on all aspects.
• Winter – temperatures may drop as low as -20°C, although this is very rare. In general, temperatures run at between 0°C and -7°C.
• Spring – The spring climate is warm and comfortable, like many of Bulgaria’s continental neighbours
• Summer – Summers can be very hot, depending on which part of Bulgaria you are in. Southern Bulgaria enjoys Mediterranean temperatures of between 26-30°C, but the north of the country can become very humid.
• Autumn – Bulgaria experiences most of its rainfall in October and November, so Autumn is often fresh, mild and agreeable.
The natural landscape
Bulgaria has many areas of natural beauty, from the majestic peaks of the Balkan Mountains to the sculptured Black Sea coastline. Natural phenomena include the Belogradchik Rocks, the sand pyramids of Melnik, the Trigradsko Gorge and the Yagodinska Caves. In addition, Bulgaria has a wealth of mineral spring water – three quarters of which is warm, with temperatures ranging from 37°C to 100°C. The country’s rivers, lakes and dammed waters all add to the beauty of Bulgaria’s natural landscape.
Choosing a place to start looking for property for sale in Bulgaria can be a daunting task in itself, simply because it’s so difficult to decide which part of this stunning country will be the best place to live! Let us help you – contact us now on 00359 886 234 289 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about finding and viewing properties for sale in Bulgaria.