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Area (sq km): 110,550
Population: 7,450,349
Nationality: Bulgarian
Local Name: Bulgaria
Language: Bulgarian,
Turkish,
Romani
Time Zone: +1 GMT
Currency: 1 lev = 100 stotinki
Rate: www.xe.com
Capital: Sofia
Dialling Code: +387
Electricity: 220V/50Hz
Internet Code: .bg
Religion: Bulgarian Orthodox,
Muslim
Climate: Mediterranean
Government: Parliamentary Democracy
Inoculations: None
Driving: Right
Int'l License: Required
Banking: M-F 9.00-16.00
Major Airports: Burgas(BOJ),
Plovdiv(PDV),
Sofia(SOF),
Varna(VAR)

Ayurvedic medicine in Bulgaria

Over 800 unbelievable therapeutic springs make the spas in Bulgaria some of the finest in the world. Bulgaria balneology dates back to the Romans and you will find that the Bulgaria spa resorts are sublime as you spend your Bulgaria villas holiday in complete serenity.

Bulgaria spas & baths
Bulgaria spas & baths

The land has been reputed since Roman times to have curative mineral springs, as well as many other Bulgaria attractions that you can enjoy from luxury Bulgaria villas. Roman leaders and citizens alike would drink the special water and soak in it to ease ailments and cure disorders of dermatology, gynaecology, digestion and to help with mental health.

Today many tourists travel to Bulgaria specifically for the restorative spa treatments. Spas in Bulgaria represent some of the finest wellness spots in the world. The seemingly magical water is rich in minerals and nutrients that continue to express the healing powers nature provides. Relax in the comfort of Bulgaria villas to make your holiday complete.

Ayurvedic medicine treatments

Luxurious spa treatments are no longer simply soaking in or drinking the mineral spring water. Bulgaria balneology and Ayurvedic medicine have become full service enterprises offering a variety of calming and healing practices for its patrons. The mud and clay found around in the Black Sea is so rich in beneficial chemicals that it is distributed far and wide and used in facials, mud baths and mud casts.

Bulgaria balneology is also abundant in curative herbs and many spas are becoming proficient in Ayurvedic medicine. Water therapies include hydro-massages and underwater therapies like gymnastics, water baths and water imbibing. There are many different treatments available like Ayurvedic medicine, hot stone massage, vichy massage and even chocolate massage! Aromatherapy plays a huge roll in overall relaxation and sense of health.

Bulgaria spa resorts

With over 800 natural mineral springs and in a country that prides itself so highly on its facilities it is no wonder that Bulgaria spa resorts are renowned the world over. As a traveller seeking out the wonders of natural therapy you will find that Bulgaria spa resorts are not only plentiful, but an experience of a lifetime.

Devin has wonderful spas including Orpheus Spa Hotel and Devin Spa Hotel. Spa Hotel Dvoretsa and Park Hotel Olymp are top quality healers in Velingrad. The city of Hissar has been famous since Roman times for its curative springs so try Spa Hotel Hissar and Astraea Spa. When you stay in Bulgaria villas, most owners will leave a guide to Bulgaria spa resorts around Kostenets and other cities, including the famous Momim Prohod and the Narechen Baths.

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