Bulgaria’s Hottest Property Spots
Hot-spots Sunny Beach The country’s largest package holiday resort has a good beach with excellent leisure facilities, entertainment and activities. It is close to Bourgas’ international airport and has been a focus for building and buyer interest, although over-development is becoming a problem, with a glut of new properties meaning unreliable rental returns. Golden Sands A large package resort with a good beach and facilities set in pretty surroundings on the forested coast north of Varna. Easy access to Varna airport and the city. Strict building controls have limited development and ensure strong demand for property. Bansko The country’s largest ski resort, which is enjoying major infrastructural investment, including a new golf course.
The negative impact of rapid development could be reduced by a clamp-down on new developments in the area. Pamporovo European’s most southerly ski-resort is increasingly popular with the British Veliko Tarnovo The picturesque countryside around this historic city is the target for a growing number of foreign buyers looking for peaceful rural retreats and renovation properties. The beautiful scenery has led the area to be dubbed “Bulgaria’s Tuscany”. Sofia Renovation properties and off-plan developments in the country’s capital are popular with investment buyers for their solid rental returns and capital appreciation. Rising Stars Balchik A small seaside town, north of Varna, that is near a new golf course development.
Easy access to Varna city and its airport. Byalla A quiet beach resort favoured by Bulgarian holidaymakers, which is set in beautiful countryside halfway between Bourgas and Varna. Ruse Provincial city on the Danube that has a hinterland of unspoilt countryside dotted with villages. Sozopol An atmospheric seaside town with good beaches that is close to Bourgas airport. Borovets A small ski resort near Sofia that has been slated for major investment.