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Seclusion and cosiness in Kartala

19 January 2015 / 15:01:01  GRReporter
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     Kartala mountain ski resort is one of the few places in Bulgaria that offers skiers and snowboarders the opportunity to enjoy the ride without having to wait in queues and to spend a lot on their holiday. Those lovers of mountain vacations who are not fans of winter sports can hike on the almost wild mountain with qualified mountain guides, along different routes that reach secluded chalets such as "Macedonia", "Fish ponds", "Dobursko" "Semkovo" or even Rila Monastery.
     The complex is not yet popular among local and foreign tourists, allowing visitors to experience seclusion and comfort in a corner snuggled on Rila Mountain. It is relatively easy to get to the resort and you do not have to drive an off-road car but; just in case, take your tyre chains so as not to be surprised before or after a heavy snowfall - ultimately the mountain remains unpredictable. Kartala ski centre is located 125 km away from Sofia, and from Struma highway, you have to enter Blagoevgrad, pass through it and go towards Bachinovo, Bistritsa and Bodrost.
     The mountain resort is located 227 km away from Thessaloniki and at the first turn-off on Struma highway, you have to enter Blagoevgrad, pass through the industrial zone of the city and by OMV petrol station, then turn right after about 50 m to get to the roundabout, where you continue straight through the city to Bachinovo, Bistritsa and Bodrost. For more information visit the site of Kartala ski centre

Tags: KartalaMountain resortSki vacation in BulgariaBanskoRilaPirinPamporovoWinter trips
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