Agro tourism in Bulgaria is presented by the cottages on the Bulgarian Black Sea resorts, farm houses in the vicinity of Veliko Tyrnovo, villas at the foot of the Pirin, Rila and Rodopi mountain peaks. Agro tourism in Bulgaria means staying next to the picturesque sights of the country, learning the culture, lifestyle and cuisine of Bulgaria, proper recreation in the many orchards.
The number of agro tourist farms in Bulgaria since 2000 has constantly been increasing. Today their number is over 100. These include both traditional rural coaching inns in Bulgaria, as well as family hotels, cottages, houses and campsites, including the territory of the national parks of Bulgaria. Due to the variety of territories, agro tourism in Bulgaria remains popular all year-round. In summer mansions and villas welcome guests on the beaches of Varna and Albena, in autumn Bulgarian farms invite tourists for the holidays and the new wine festivals to small villages on the banks of the Danube and other rivers (Iskar, Ogorica, Yantra, Marica), in winter - to the mountainous areas of winter recreation not far from such resorts as Bansko and Pamporovo, in spring – to the famous Festival of Roses in the valley at the top of Stara Planina.
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Agro tourism in Bulgaria is developed everywhere. Among the places that now offer rent of traditional Bulgarian houses are Balchik, Ribarica, Elena, as well as famous seaside resorts of Sozopol and Nesebr. Wine-making regions, where in addition to Bulgarian coloring, traditions and folklore tourist will be offered also excellent Bulgarian wine are such towns as Lovech, Pleven, Assenovgrad and Suhindol.
Bulgarian national cuisine and products - for agro tourism cooking in this country remains one of the most exciting and delicious ways to get acquainted with the Bulgarian everyday culture. Dobrugia, Koprivshtica, Bozency - these and other villages and towns in Bulagria offer to taste flavored homemade bread made from wheat, fragrant mountain honey and famous Bulgarian yogurt.
Architectural traditions and unique character of the Bulgarian village life can be seen in such places as Tryavna, Batak, Chiflika and Aprilci.
The cost of living in agro tourist estates in Bulgaria ranges from 60 to 100 euros per week. However, the number of officially licensed agro tourist farms here is still low. Many owners offer recreation Bulgarian villages without a license.