Things to do while renting a villa in Bulgaria
Here we would like to help with some activities while your villa holiday in Bulgaria. Unlike hotels, Bulgarian holiday villas have no restrictions, no timetables and no late night disturbances. You are free to throw away the rulebook and take full charge of your own holiday.
So what can a villa rental in Bulgaria offer you? Well there is something for everyone – romantic holidays with a private pool, sightseeing, travelling across the country, bird watching, walking, etc. Larger families can benefit from having plenty of space. Children especially are free to play and explore without disturbing other guests. A holiday villa in Bulgaria provides all your home comforts with an added touch of luxury and sunshine!
In Bryastovets there is something for everyone to find and our guests are having a great time in our villas. You could be sure this is the ideal place for relaxing because the complexes are closed for any non-staying persons and even the cars are not allowed to be parked within the complex areas. We have a retuning guests ratio of 30 % to 40 % which is the proof that our guest are having a fantastic holiday in Bryastovets and they return year after year for the next portion of sun, leisure, action, silence and tasty organic fruits, vegetables and meals.
The days pass by very quickly while you are reading a book, talking to friends, having a bite and drinking beer. Besides the children are always before your eyes, swimming, playing or simply having fun around you.
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How then does the idea of a vacation where you can go for long, energy giving walks in fresh air through beautiful scenery, eat nourishing homegrown foods freshfrom the garden for half the price you would pay at home and indulge yourself in invigorating organic mud treatments for free appeal to you? Sounds good doesn’t it?
You can do all this and more when you decide on a holiday in one of our cozy villas in peaceful Bryastovets.
Get up in the morning, eat breakfast, maybe start the day with a swim in the pool and then walk! From the moment you take the first few steps you will begin to feel all the stress of modern life melting away.
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As a photographer you will be spoilt for choice of subjects in the area around Bryastovets. Just a 10 minute walk from the village and you will soon yourself in the beautiful, open countryside of the East Balkan foothills. Here you will find a variety of interesting subjects. Maybe the numerous birds flying past will put your zoom lens to the test, or perhaps a macro image of one of the abundant wild flowers is more to your fancy. Then there are the beautiful panoramic views of the Black Sea that will catch your imagination and of course we mustn’t forget the goatherd with his goats, a picture of serenity that almost magically transports you to another world where time seems almost to have stood still!
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If you are coming to Bulgaria for the first time and you are not familiar with the area we hope our short guide tour will be helpful. To explore the beauty of Bulgaria and the Bourgas area in specific you will definitely need a car.
Let’s start with nearest places of interest to visit: Sunny Beach
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If you are interested in bird-watching, Bulgaria in general is a paradise and Bryastovets in particular is the perfect base from which to explore the many possibilities that the beguiling Black Sea coast has to offer. Only 20 km (ca. 12 miles) from the town of Burgas and its surrounding wetlands, you will be ornithologically speaking, in one of the most interesting parts of Europe. With its over 300 different species, including herons, storks, Ibis, buzzards, kestrels, cormorants, woodpeckers, nightingales, warblers and even pelicans, there is something here for just about all bird enthusiasts! While the whole year offers interesting birding experiences, it must be every bird-watchers dream at least once in their lifetime, to see the spectacular migrations that take place in the Spring (April & May) and the Autumn (August & September) along the Via Pontica.
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The Bourgas region has been a crossroad of ancient civilizations since the VII – V century BC.
Evidences for that can be seen in each museum in the area: items from the prehistoric times (IV-V century BC), artifacts from Thracian times, from the Hellenic colonization of the Black sea and from the Roman Empire.
Many archeological and historical remains from the different civilizations which have lived here over the years can be seen in the old towns of Nessebar, Sozopol and Pomorie, as well as in Strandza Mountain.
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