Why Borovets Gardens Apartments?
Borovets Gardens Apartments is the perfect place for happy moments in nature - skiing in the winter and hiking all seasons!
As owners at Borovets Gardens Apartments, you also get:
- free access to the pool;
- 50% discount for all spa services within the complex.
You can have an apartment with one or two bedrooms or a studio.
As one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bulgaria, Borovets Gardens Apartments is an investment with high profitability.
Rent out your apartment in the months when you do not use the property!
During the warmer months
Turn Borovets Gardens Apartments into your shelter for relaxation in the coolness and harmony of centuries-old pine forests, meadows with flowers and herbs, the numerous lakes and snow-capped peaks!
Starting point for many tourist routes and excursions in Rila Mountain, the location also offers excellent conditions for the fans of cycling, rock climbing and alpinism.
Without a doubt, Borovets Gardens Apartments is the perfect place for winter sports!
Considering the length and capacity of its ski slopes and facilities, Borovets is one of the most preferred ski resorts in Bulgaria. Surrounded by the centuries-old pine forests of Rila Mountain, the resort has 25 trails with different level of difficulty and 12 lifts and surface lifts.
- Base altitude of the resort: 1300 m
- Highest point: 2560 m
- Marked ski trails: 58 km
- Musalenska pathway: 12 km
- Direction of the slopes: N, NW, W
- Ski running trails: 35 km
- Facilities for biathlon
- One freestyle park: Snow Park Borosport
- Borokids snow park for children
- 8 runs with electrical light for night skiing - Martinovi Baraki 1,2,3 and
- 4, Rotata, Iglika, Rila and the lower section of Sitniakovo ski way
- Total number of snow guns in ski centers Yastrebets and Sitniakovo: 175
- Possibilities for freeride and ski touring
Why in Borovets?
Borovets is the oldest and largest mountain resort in Bulgaria. The history of the resort dates back to 1896, when General Tantilov built the first holiday cottage, and then Royal Prince Ferdinand built the palace "Tsarska Bistritsa". Following the example of the Bulgarian royalty, a number of other wealthy Bulgarians began building their villas in Borovets.
By the middle of the 20th century it was known as Chamkoria, which translated from Turkish means "pine forest". In the 60s-70s of the last century began the construction of the first hotels and holiday homes, which are now an essental element of today's look of the resort complex.
Easily accessible from all over the country - only 50 minutes from Sofia and 60 minutes from Plovdiv, Borovets offers excellent opportunities for recreation all year round.