The Camping Guide of Bulgaria will take you through 7 routes in the country, that reveal the diversity of the Bulgarian nature, campsites and tourist attractions. They are presented on 32 pages focusing on basic information about each route, its length, the campsites it offers, their services, amenities and prices, and last but not least - recommendations on additional activities in the areas. The Guide is your irreplaceable assistant when traveling on wheels in Bulgaria.
The 7 routes are:
Northwestern Bulgaria (240 km) - from Vidin to Sofia with 5 campsites and landmarks along the way;
Danube River (370 km) - from Vidin to Ruse with 4 campsites and many attractions on the way.
Central North Bulgaria (200 km) - the area, locked between the cities of Rousse, Gabrovo, Veliko Tarnovo and the ridge of the Balkan Mountain, providing information about 4 campsites and many tourist attractions;
South Balkan (300 km) - the road from Plovdiv to Bourgas, which leads through the famous Rose Valley with 3 campsites and plenty of historical and natural attractions;
Rhodopes Mountain (320 km) - 4 campsites and amazing landscape and nature at the Mountain of Orpheus;
Southwestern Bulgaria (180 lm) - along the Struma highway from Sofia to Kulata (to the Greek border) with stops at the hottest geyser in Europe, the smallest town in Bulgaria - Melnik, and other places of interest;
Black Sea Coast (350 km) - reveals some of the most modern campsites in the country and many tourist sights from the Romanian border in North to Strandzha Natural Park and the border with Turkey in South. The number of the campsites along this route is 10;
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A printed version of the Guide is available at the reception desks of all participating campsites and in the sport and camping equipment stores in Bulgaria.
The Camping Guide of Bulgaria will take you through 7 routes in the country, that reveal the diversity of the...