Information and properties for sale in cities and towns in Bulgaria
Here you will find all the necessary information to make your best Bulgarian property investment! We have prepared for you detailed information plus pictures of all cities, regions and towns in Bulgaria where we offer excellent properties for sale. There are three important factors to look for in order to make a wise property purchase: location, location and location :). You can now easily choose the best location for your Bulgarian property!
Kazanlak Kazanluk has 54 021 inhabitants and is 350 m above sea level. It is a town located in the centre of the valley bearing the same name, whose eastern part is known beyond the boundaries of Bulgaria as the Valley of the Roses.
It is about 200 km east of Sofia, 55 km east of Karlovo, 48 km south of Gabrovo, 75 km west of Sliven, 35 km north-west from Stara Za-gora and 108 km north-east of Plovdiv. Kazanluk is an important industrial, historical and cultural centre. The town is the capital of... more
Kiten The village of Kiten has a population of 528. It is situated at the south end of Primorsko Bay, 56 km south of Bourgas and 446 south-east of Sofia. The village is the successor of the Urdoviza Fortress situated on the cape itself. The Romans called the settlement Oroudiza.
The town existed till the fall under Turkish domination and after that it was abandoned. One can still see ruins of the settlement lying on the cape. The river of Karaagach is very beautiful; it flows into the sea... more
Kostenets The municipality of Kostenets is located in South-West Bulgaria and is part of the Sofia district.. The municipality is 74 km to the south-east from the Bulgaria's capital - Sofia and is about 80 km away from the second biggest city in Bulgaria - Plovdiv. The adjacent municipalities are Dolna Banya, Belovo, Yakoruda, Ihtiman, Lesichovo and Septemvri municipalities.
Trough the territory of the municipality is passing a section of the Trakya highway connecting Sofia and Bourgas. The... more
Kostinbrod The town is located 16 km north- west of Sofia in Sofia valley. Two rivers pass through it - in the north of the River Blato, and in the south - Belitza River and two small tributaries of the Iskar River.
According to the legend Kostinbrod was founded by a man named Costa , who long ago settled to the ford in the river Belitza (now at the entry into the city from Sofia). There he made a roadside pub and the place became a favorite for many traders arriving in the capital. People began... more
Kresna Kresna municipality is located in southwestern Bulgaria and is one of the municipalities of Blagoevgrad district. The municipality has seven places from which one town (Kresna) and six villages: Vlahi,Gorna Breznitsa, Dolna Gradeshnitsa, Slivnitza, Stara Kresna and Oshtava. The total population is 6062 inhabitants. Kresna municipality (344 sq km) is located in southwestern Bulgaria and has an important transportation and geographical position. Here lies the shortest route from the capital... more
Krumovgrad In the Eastern Rhodopes, on the border with Greece, on a territory of 843,320 sq km, is located Municipality Krumovgrad. Until 1934 the name of Krumovgrad was Koshukavak.
On the east it borders the municipalities of Ivaylovgrad and Madzharovo; on the West - Kirkovo and Momchilgrad; on the north - with Kardzhali and Stambolovo and on the south - with Greece.
The total area of the municipality is 843, 320 square kilometers, of which 48.79% are forest areas, 47.83% - agricultural areas,... more
Kurdzhali Kurdzhali has 45 729 inhabitants and is 240 meters above sea level. It is located in the very heart of the Eastern Rhodopes, along the two banks of the Arda River, on both sides of which are the two big dams - Studen Kladenez Dam to the east and Kurdzhali Dam to the south.
The town on the Arda River is situated at the distance of 250 km, 100 km and 81 km south-east of Sofia, Plovdiv and Assenovgrad, respectively, 66 um and 50 km south-west of Dimitrovgrad and Haskovo, respectively,... more
Kyustendil The town of Kyustendil has 50 243 inhabitants and is 525 m above sea level. It is situated in the most western parts of Bulgaria, only 27 km in the air from the three borders - Bulgaria-Macedonia, Bulgaria-Serbia and Serbia-Macedonia.
The town lies in the most southern part of the fertile valley of Kyustendil, on both banks of the relatively small River Banshtitsa, leaning on the most northern slopes of the more than 2000 m high Ossogovo Mountain bordering with Macedonia. Quite close... more
Lom Lom is located in Montana region. Situated on the banks of the Danube River at the mouth of its tributary - the Lom River. Located 49 km north of Montana, 56 km southeast of Vidin and 42 km west of Kozloduy. Climatically, the municipality belongs to the northern climatic region of the hilly Danubian Plain. This area covers the lower part of the Danube Valley, the southern boundary around 30-40 km from the Danube. The proximity of the Stara Planina mountain range and the Carpathians, and... more
Lovech The town of Lovech has 44 262 inhabitants and is about 200 metres above sea level. It is picturesquely situated along the two banks of the Osum River, where the last elevations of the Pre-Balkan Mountain end. It is situated at the distance of about 170 km to the north-east of Sofia, 90 km and 35 km to the south, of Nikopol and Pleven, respectively, at the distance of 35 km to the north of Troyan, 86 km to the west of Veliko Turnovo and 65 km to the north-west of Gabrovo. One of the oldest... more
Lozenets Lozenets is a village located on the south Bulgarian Black sea coast, and is one of the well known summer destinations for many tourists seeking for a good place for their beach holiday. It is located in the Tsarevo municipality, Bourgas district. Until 1931 Lozenets was a populated area Emelets also Emberler or Ambelits, which was part of the town of Vasiliko (Tsarevo), after the name of the cape Ambelits (Lozenets).
As a geographical features the mountain and the sea... more