Pamporovo, the pearl of Bulgarian resorts is located in the heart of the Rhodope Mountains, 260 km from the capital Sofia, 85 km south of Plovdiv. One day on the slopes of Pamporovo is enough to get a nice sun tan as it deservedly bears its name of one of the sunniest mountain resorts in Bulgaria - sunny days here are more than 240. The climate is mild, with strong Mediterranean influence.
The average annual temperature is 8,5 ° C, and the snow cover is about 150 cm. The resort altitude is 1650 m, with its highest peak is Snezhanka - 1926 m. Pamporovo are not typical extreme weather changes, avalanches, so that your peace and safety during the holiday are guaranteed.
If you have not learned to ski do not worry - the ski schools in Pamporovo is one of the best in Europe! Highly qualified ski instructors teach beginners in groups or individually. The ski runs in Pamporovo are with different levels of difficulty, so whether you're a beginner or experienced skiers, skiing down remains an unforgettable pleasure.
Located in the heart of the Balkan Peninsula, Bulgaria boasts an old and rich history. Thracians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Slavs and Bulgarians inhabited these lands, leaving behind monuments and enriching the world culture.
The majority of Bulgaria has a continental climate with cold winters and hot summers. Overall, the climate is more severe than in other European areas of the same latitude and the average annual temperatures are higher than those of neighboring countries.
Bulgarian is the official language, which is spoken by about 90% of the population. Turkish is the language of the largest minority group.