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Get Reincarnated In A Bulgarian Spa Resort

It can be said that Bulgaria has a unique gift of being one of the very few countries to be blessed by offering something for everybody.

Whatever your passion or age you are guaranteed to find what you are looking for here. So what if you don`t like skiing in some of Europe's most beautiful mountain ranges, maybe you don`t fancy the idea of strolling or sunbathing on the magnificent hot sandy beaches along the Black Sea Coast, or the abundance of the wildlife, from beautiful butterflies to Brown Bears just doesn't interest you? Then why not consider taking a well deserved relaxation break in one of Bulgaria's many Spa resorts?


Bulgaria has over 500 mineral springs all offering different compositions and temperatures. Each spring is believed to have its own healing and health properties due to the many dissolved mineral salts, gases and micro-components. Peat deposits and the many firth mud lagoons also have huge health benefits.

Bulgaria is believed to be the first country in Europe to offer treatments from its spa resorts, and has grown through the years to be the preferred country by many people from all over the globe.

The spa resorts can be found all over Bulgaria; the more popular ones are;

Bankya which is only 10km from the capital city of Sofia. The water here is always between 36.5 and 37 C and is said to be invigorating. This resort benefits from all year round tourism.

Pomorie is known for its mud treatment, The Pomorie Healing Mud is extremely well known in Bulgaria for its medicinal and healing properties. This resort is a small peninsular on the Black Sea Coast near to the City of Burgas.

Sandanski is a town at the foothills of the Pirin Mountain range and the mineral water here has a temperature of 42-81 C. This resort is known for its curative benefits in the treatment of bronchial asthma.

Other spa resorts include, Devin, Golden Sands, Sunny Beach, Chiflik, Razlog, Velingrad amongst others too many to mention here.

Getting to the spa resorts from outside of Bulgaria is not a problem as the country is well served by its airports, Sofia, Plovdiv, Burgas and Varna which are all within reach of spas in their region.

It has also to be said of the very economical costs involved in visiting spa resorts in Bulgaria, which is without doubt the most least expensive in E.C Europe.