Few countries in Europe can rival Bulgaria’s spa, balneological and wellness tourism, with its abundance and diversity of thermal mineral waters and curative mud deposits.
The climate in the country is exceptionally favorable compared to that of traditional destinations for #balneology tourism in Western Europe and the Mediterranean.
Roughly 20% of each year is sunny, which is more than in Northern, Northwestern and Central Europe. There are 30% fewer cloudy days along the Black Sea coast than along the Atlantic coast or in some parts of the Mediterranean.
During the spring and summer months, rainfalls are lower in #Bulgaria than in most of Europe.
#Mineral springs located in the southern part of the country are influenced by the Mediterranean climate; other springs are found in mountain regions with coniferous vegetation and crystal springs; and still others are along the Black Sea coast. This, together with the great diversity of #herbs and other flora used for aroma therapy and phytotherapy, provides opportunities for #beneficial year-round treatment and prophylaxis of a range of ailments, and it also creates excellent conditions for #relaxation.
The country is also known for its highly #qualified personnel, excellent accommodations, and diverse programs and services that include #massage, baths with mineral water, pearl baths, reflex therapy, traditional needle therapy, medicinal exercises, acupuncture, laser therapy, acupressure, paraffin treatment, apitherapy, phytotherapy, mud treatment, aroma therapy, anti-stress programs, dieting programs and programs for losing weight, #balneo-cosmetics, sauna, solarium, fitness, and medical cosmetics. All of this can be combined with various tourism programs, allowing visitors to explore Bulgaria’s cultural heritage, folkways, and #traditional cuisine.
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