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Holidays in Bulgaria

Beaches, mountains and a rich culture influenced by some of the biggest civilisations of their day, Bulgaria has it all. And yet the country can still feel undiscovered.

White and golden sandy beaches line the Black Sea, while inland you'll find towering peaks, lakes and traditional villages.

Bulgarians are also famed for their love of partying, and Bulgaria's resorts and nightlife have come to rival Mediterranean playgrounds.

Europe’s rising star
As far as holidays go, Bulgaria is on the verge of great things. It might not be as well-known as the Greek Islands or the Spanish Costas at the moment, but that’s likely to change over the next decade or so. With its gorgeous Black Sea coast and all-singing, all-dancing tourist resorts, the country has just as much to offer as its European counterparts.

Sunny Beach
Sunny Beach wins the popularity contest here. This purpose-built resort leaves holidaymakers wanting for nothing. The 18-kilometre stretch of sand is accessorised with everything from football pitches and massage huts to fairgrounds and market stalls. And the after-dark scene is nothing short of legendary.

Golden Sands
Golden Sands does exactly what it says on the tin. Set in Bulgaria's wild Varna region, the resort has a Blue Flag beach worthy of the resort’s name and a host of luxury hotels – along with access to lots of Bulgaria’s best attractions. You've got highlights like a monastery carved into a cliff, natural thermal springs and the country’s only desert.

Obzor and Nessebar
If you prefer your holidays with a bigger dose of peace and quiet, consider Obzor. Days at this small seaside town revolve around the 6-kilometre beach, while evenings usually play out in laid-back restaurants and bars. If history is your top priority, meanwhile, head to Nessebar, where you can nosy around the UNESCO-protected old town.