Investing in golf properties in Bulgaria haven't been a likely opportunity for UK investors in the past, but things has changed so we provide an overview of Bulgaria and its culture.
Why invest in properties in Bulgaria?
Bulgaria is a small country rich in ancient culture, scenic beauty and endless charm.
The country is situated in south-eastern Europe and it occupies the central part of the Balkan Peninsula. Its northern border with Romania passes along the Danube and its eastern border is the Black Sea.
One of Bulgaria’s biggest assets about investing in properties is its tourism trade, with stunning coastlines, great golf courses and an incredible mountain range, making the country extremely popular all year round.
Bulgaria also has around 600 natural mineral springs, and the baths and health spas are frequented by locals and scores of international tourists. Although the facilities need to be updated, the spring water in Bulgaria is rich in minerals and flows freely from a natural source.
Bulgaria is a country steeped in history and contains nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites, like the ancient city of Nesebar, which is an eclectic mix of cultures, including Thracian, Greek and Roman, as well as being one of the most important centres of sea-borne trade in the Black Sea.
What is the weather in Bulgaria?
As Bulgaria has such a contrasting landscape, from the snow-capped peaks of the Balkan Mountains, to the sunny Black sea coast, the climate tends to be variable.
In general, the weather in Bulgaria is typically Mediterranean, with hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters, particularly along the coast.
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