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Introduction

Bulgaria is located on the Balkan Peninsula with the Black Sea to the east, Serbia and Macedonia to the west, Greece and Turkey to the south and Romania to the north. Due to the central location of the country, you are afforded with excellent opportunities to explore neighbouring countries, as well as experiencing the beauty of Bulgaria itself.

More than half of Bulgaria consists of mountainous regions and its coastline offers many spectacular bays. The Rodopi region offers magnificent skiing and has a strongly Mediterranean influenced cuisine, whilst the Black Sea coast offers splendid sea and sunshine.

Bulgaria is an eclectic mix of opposites. Once can find sunshine to the east with snow to the south, and ugly communist influenced architecture in some areas of Sofia with the historic roman and Byzantine ruins throughout the remainder of the country.

Since Bulgaria became a free market some 16 years ago the property market has gone from strength to strength. Overseas property investors have certainly targeted Bulgaria in recent years and the general consensus is that property in the country is a low risk investment. This view can be further augmented by the impending addition of Bulgaria to the European Union in 2007 and the foreign investment that will inevitably follow. Furthermore, the Bulgarian governments is committed to improving the countries infrastructure, already spending €20 million with extra money coming from the European Union.

The World Tourism Organisation recently voted Bulgaria as one of the fastest developing tourist destinations in Europe and this has certainly been noted by overseas property investors because the annual growth rate of property prices in the country is currently 31% and there is no sign of this trend slowing.

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