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Spa tourism in Bulgaria

The Bulgarian Spa resorts are one of the best in Europe. If you’d like to get rid of the stress and have a relaxing holiday in the beautiful nature, you should definitely visit some of the Bulgarian spa resorts. There are over 500 mineral springs on the territory of Bulgaria representing one of the country’s greatest wealth, creating perfect conditions for Spa tourism. Since Roman times many settlements and balneology centers have been built around them. Quality hotels offer accommodation to the visitors of the spa resorts. Currently over 70 Bulgarian hotels have their own spa centers and their number is increasing. Almost all of them are categorized with 4 or 5 stars, have mineral water pools, saunas, solariums, fitness centers, beauty centers etc.
Well trained specialists attend the visitors of the spa centers and take care of their health improvement. You can enjoy a wide range of recreational procedures, weight reducing programs, rejuvenation and energizing. The recreational package includes spa treatment the duration of which is between 3 days and 2 weeks.
Apart from the traditional procedures, you could also try the healing mud therapy, chrome therapy (healing through colours), talasotherapy (healing through seaweeds), anti-cellulite massages with coffee and many others. Those therapies are offered in most of Bulgaria’s Black Sea resorts – Albena, The Golden Sands, etc as well as in most balneotherapy centers such as Hisarya, Chiflik, Velingrad, Devin and others.

The aromatherapy is very popular among the spa tourists. The popular Bulgarian attar of roses, wild herbs, lavender and mint stimulate the body immune system. Bulgaria is known for its great variety of healing herbs, the honey therapy and the healing qualities of the bee sub products. Quite popular are the eastern spa techniques and healing procedures.

The Turkish bath massages have extremely good influence over the human body making the muscles relax improves the circulation of the blood and the state of the skin. The combination of soap peeling procedures, steam baths and hot stone massage will make you feel brand new.

Bulgaria’s best spa resorts are situated in Bansko and Pamporovo, combining skiing and spa pleasures.

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