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Villa for 8 people
8 pers., 3 bedrooms, 200m to the beach
5.0
6 reviews
Sozopol, Burgas Region
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£152per night
Villa for 8 people, with pool and garden
8 pers., 3 bedrooms
5.0
5 reviews
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£102per night
Villa for 6 people, with pool
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 2.8km to the beach
4.8
9 reviews
Balchik, Dobrich Region
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£112per night
Villa for 8 people, with pool and garden
8 pers., 3 bedrooms, 200m²
5.0
20 reviews
Dobrich Region
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£126per night
Villa for 8 people, with balcony/terrace and hot tub as well as pool and balcony
8 pers., 4 bedrooms, 320m², 1km to the beach
4.9
6 reviews
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£110per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden and pool
8 pers., 4 bedrooms, 550m to the beach
5.0
20 reviews
Sweti Vlas, Burgas Region
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£177per night
Villa for 10 people, with pool and ocean view as well as garden
5.0
9 reviews
Burgas Region
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£50per night
Villa for 12 people, with hot tub and pool as well as balcony
12 pers., 5 bedrooms, 210m², 950m to the beach
4.7
10 reviews
Balchik, Dobrich Region
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£96per night
Villa for 6 people, with garden and pool as well as sauna
6 pers., 2 bedrooms, 2.7km to the beach
4.6
5 reviews
Pomorie, Burgas Region
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£63per night
Villa for 12 people, with pool and hot tub as well as garden
12 pers., 5 bedrooms, 366m², 800m to the beach
5.0
1 review
Balchik, Dobrich Region
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£259per night
Villa for 11 people, with pool and garden
11 pers., 5 bedrooms, 350m², 1km to the beach
4.3
20 reviews
Sozopol, Burgas Region
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£102per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden and pool
8 pers., 4 bedrooms, 240m², 1.3km to the beach
4.7
10 reviews
Sweti Vlas, Burgas Region
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£93per night
Villa for 18 people
18 pers., 8 bedrooms, 200m to the beach
4.0
2 reviews
Varna
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£383per night
Villa for 4 people
Varna
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£50per night
Villa for 14 people, with pool and garden as well as hot tub
14 pers., 4 bedrooms, 280m², 250m to the beach
Varna
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£136per night
Villa for 20 people, with pool and garden
20 pers., 6 bedrooms, 467m², 1.8km to the beach
4.3
40 reviews
Balchik, Dobrich Region
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£152per night
Villa for 14 people, with pool and garden
14 pers., 4 bedrooms, 320m², 4.5km to the beach
4.9
8 reviews
Balchik, Dobrich Region
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£120per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden
8 pers., 3 bedrooms, 100m to the beach
3.7
3 reviews
Sunny Beach, Burgas Region
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£73per night
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Highlights in Bulgaria

  • Intriguing rock formation
  • Fantastic skiing resorts
  • Lovely beach resorts
  • Wildlife and nature wonders
  • Impressive architecture

Most popular amenities for Villas in Bulgaria

Pool 948
Internet 1,361
Balcony/Terrace 1,343
TV 1,569
Air condition 1,333
Garden 742
Parking 1,248
Washing machine 860
Heating 1,087

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Villas in Bulgaria

Find a beautiful villa in the Balkans

Bulgaria is a country with very distinctive areas offering a wide range of possibilities during your stay. You can choose your villa close to the ski resorts in Bansko, Borovets or Pamporovo. If you prefer a villa close to the sea for a beach holiday Sunny Beach, Vana City or Golden Sands have a great variety of properties to choose from. Those looking for calm can stay in quiet hamlets or towns known for its spa resorts such as Velingrad. However, if your favourite place to stay is close to buzzing cities you can stay in the outskirts of Sofia, the capital city.

Lovely villas in the heart of Europe

The accommodation in Bulgaria ranges from luxury villas to small and cosy properties, usually in the city centre. These villas have space for couples, families and groups up to 5 or 6 people. Designer interiors, contemporary decoration and perfectly matched furniture in spaces created to make you feel at home. The most traditional ones are timber framed and stone roofed blending with the surroundings. Enjoy the views of the mountains, the lakes and the rivers if your villa is in a mountain area. Having a balcony overlooking the sea is a privilege for those who choose to stay in coastal towns. Whatever your choice is, every villa is equipped with all the basics and details you need during your holidays. Some properties also have a swimming pool and private gardens.

Travellers and activities

Bulgaria for snow and ski enthusiasts

Is that time of year when the snow capped mountains get our attention. It is time to get your skis or snowboard and get ready to descend the best slopes in the Balkans. In Bulgaria you can choose between the three main ski resorts in Bansko, Borovets or Pamporovo, mainly in the east and south of the country. If this is your first time, Pamporovo is ideal for beginners. Bansko is great for all abilities and a fabulous resort for families, as it is popular for its beginner and intermediate runs. Because of its highest lift at 2,560m, guarantees snow-sure slopes. Then, Borovets is also great for families and for the busy après ski atmosphere after a long day in the snow.

Bulgaria for beach holiday lovers

Bulgaria is a country of contrasts. ITs Black Sea Riviera is well known for offering great value for money at the best coastal resorts in the country. When temperatures rise to the high-20s in the summer you can always cool off at the beach. NIrvana Beach is a private and undeveloped beach in Varna city ideal for families. BUt the icing on the cake is the magnificent Golden Sands. This beautiful beach resort with sparkling blue waters and a stunning wooded hillside as a backdrop, is the perfect place for a summer holiday full of charm, entertainment and a unique flair that suits holidaymakers from all over the world.

On Christmas Eve, on every Bulgarian table there is and odd number of dishes and they are all vegan.

Top 7 travel tips in Bulgaria

1. It is time to pamper yourself

The beautiful nature and the abundance and diversity of mineral waters, Velingrad is the best place to go for relaxation, recovery and rehabilitation in terms of diversity and abundance of hot, mineral springs.The hottest waters are in Kamentsa reaching up to 91ºC. Choose between different Spas with mineral baths, swimming pools and balneological sanatoriums. The benefits of the minerals are used in treatments to favour neurological disorders, renal and urological, stomach and intestinal illnesses amongst others. You can also have a massage with essential oils and revitalise yourself or get a facial. Choose your beauty treatment and enjoy your time in the “Spa Capital of the Balkans”.

2. Spend a day in Nessebar

The ancient and quaint city of Nessebar, on the Black Sea coast, is linked to many ancient civilisations with many monuments and buildings holding the story of its past years. Start wandering the magnificent cobbled streets of the old quarter. Marvel at the incredible structures and also the wonderful architecture of the many churches around. Particularly worth a mention is the medieval fortress wall. Soak up the atmosphere of the street markets and its traders trying to catch the attention of potential buyers or be enthralled by the town’s stunning coastline and its beaches.

3. The mysterious Belogradchik Rocks

This wonderful natural phenomenon was declared a Natural Landmark. Belogradchik Rocks is a group of rock formations that have been carved by wind and rainwater over the centuries. Its colours range from red to yellow. It shape is quite peculiar and some people think they look like human silhouettes whereas some others believe they are kind of birds and mythical creatures. There a several legends about these rocks. Mingle with the locals or get yourself a guide and learn more about the stories around them.

4.Go to Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

The largest eastern Orthodox cathedral in the world is an absolute must if you visit Sofia. This cathedral has become a popular landmark in Bulgaria with an impressive Neo-Byzantine architecture recognised worldwide, with an amazing gold-plated dome and the 12 bells of the tower.. You will not find any pictures of the inside as it is not allowed to take them. So the only way to see the museum inside the crypt and the largest collection of Orthodox icons you will have to go and see for yourself.

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Close to the Greek border, the Devil’s Throat Cave is a very popular and tourist attraction. When you look at it, the cave resembles a Devil’s head and the cascade inside, looks like it is rushing down its throat. Inside the cave you can follow the marked paths that take you to the galleries leading up to the waterfall. At the top it is possible to see the water descending into the Hall of Thunder, the second largest cavern in Bulgaria. Many questions regarding this fabulous caves, remain still uncertain.

6. Discover the Stone Desert

Potibi Kamani is most known for its nickname, the Stone Desert. The area comprises piles of rocks, sand dunes and rock columns. This is one-of-a-kind desert of the few in Europe with similar characteristics and features. The tall columns reach up to 22 feet high(7 metres) and 10 feet thick. What is so special about them? What makes them truly unique is that these are hollow columns filled up with sand. Enjoy a stroll around them and discover the fantastic Stone Desert. It will be one of the highlights of your trip.

7. It is time for a safari!

If you love being in contact with nature, you must spend a day in the Srebarna Nature Reserve. This stunning area comprises the most incredible flora and fauna of the country. You can admire the natural beauty of Lake Srebarna, watch the mute swan, the Dalmatian Pelican or the herons. A great way to see and enjoy all the hidden gems of the reserve is going on a safari for the day. Get close to animals and plants and let your safari guide tell you all about this wonderful creation of nature.