With summer about to end, those who enjoy the Winter Break they have to start preparing them if they haven't already. Holidays at that time of year are preferred by snow lovers, who prefer to enjoy their days off in winter to travel somewhere to practice skiing or any other snow sport.
Among the many countries where you can enjoy a fantastic winter holiday is Bulgaria, which has many ski resorts with different characteristics to satisfy all lovers of this sport. If you are looking for a place to go skiing, here I leave you the best ski resorts in Bulgaria:
It is in the rhodopi mountains and it is the sunniest season in the whole country, although with an average temperature of -3ºC. It is about 265 kilometers from Sofia, the country's capital, and at 1650 meters above sea level. It is a station with soft mountains, making it perfect for beginners, although it also has two tracks that are very difficult, perfect for the most expert. A while ago we made a special article on this track, you can see it here.
It is the most famous ski resort in Bulgaria and it has excellent snow quality that makes its slopes the longest in the whole country. In addition, its snow lasts longer, so the season of this season runs from December 15 to May 15. Very close is the Pirin National Park, the most important protected area in Bulgaria and where there are waterfalls, caves, lakes and truly spectacular nature.
It is on the slopes of the Rila mountain and has 45 kilometers of slopes of different lengths and difficulties, making it a perfect station regardless of your level as a skier. Here you can also practice sports such as cross-country skiing, night skiing or snowboarding.
It is the highest ski resort from Bulgaria thanks to being located 1800 meters above sea level. Its mountains are not only excellent for skiing in winter but are also the busiest in summer for hiking or climbing. There are tracks of different levels of difficulty and it is open about four months from December.
The 4 Best Ski Resorts In Bulgaria | Europe Skiing Guide (November 2020)