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Croatia - Great for Island Hopping! Published: 17 Dec 2010
Croatia's coast makes it an ideal island-hopping destination. There are hundreads of islands, from the Kvarner region in the north right down to the Elafiti islands of Dubrovnik. There are options to suit everyone from the family friendly beaches of Krk to the party island of Pag and the unspoiled nature paradise of Mjlet. Distance between many islands are small and all connections are made easy. Clients can either use the Jadrolinija ferries to get around or,  for an even easier life, take an organised cruise. Croatia's Dalmatian Coast stretches for 1050 miles along the Adriatic, facing Italy's eastern edge, and the countries Read more ...
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British Travel Award Winner 2010! Published: 16 Nov 2010
Balkan Holidays Wins the Silver 'Best Tour Operator to East and South East Europe' Award at this years British Travel Awards, which are also known as the 'Oscars of the Travel Industry. The awards are voted by the customers (public) as well as travel professionals and the process lasts for around 21 weeks during which time this campaign is supported by some of the UK's most well known media outlets such as the Sunday Times, Rough Guides, Classic FM and The Sun. This glamorous ceremony is held every year with the aim to demonstrate the public's appreciation of some of the best performing travel companies around. The event was held at Read more ...
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During the last three years Bansko's ski area has beencontinuously improved with new four-man chair and drag lifts, a snowboarder's half pipe facility, a fun park, and a floodlight ski run that allows you to ski all the way to the edge of the town. Other improvements include snow cannons covering more than 80% of the skiing area, extra maintenance vehicles to keep the slopes in the best possible condition and extra safety installations for the skier's safety. Another reason why you should visit this year is because you get to witness the FIS Ski world Cup. FIS SKI WORLD CUP BANSKO 2011 - MEN During the upcoming season Bansko will have the Read more ...
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Bulgaria is known for the many beautiful beach resorts such as Sunny Beach, Golden Sands, Albena as well as beautiful mountains that offer fantastic views and romantic cities which are great for short breaks and shopping. But now, thanks to a huge rise in quality accommodation, extremely cheap flights and some of the lowest holiday package prices around, mainstream travel companies like Balkan Holidays and Thomas Cook are listing Bulgaria as one of the top destinations for UK travellers and a place where you can spend 1 to 2 weeks holidays which would cost almost half of that if you were in Brighton. Read more ...
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Even though Bulgaria is a relatively small country it certainly has much to offer anyone who is interested in experiencing the beauty and history of Eastern Europe. Bulgaria offers a huge variety of greenery and nature escapes with the many mountains, black sea, stunning lakes, and villages which are pretty enough to be used in postcards. This vibrant country offers all four seasons so it doesn't matter when you visit you are guaranteed to have a wonderful time. Many places of natural beauties and ruins have not been touched by all the holiday home developers found in Bulgaria, plus it is advised that you Read more ...
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Some may find it unbelievable but it is true - Bulgaria has been ranked number one in the European Union based on the ammount of new shopping malls that have opened in the first half of 2010. This was reported by the Cushman and Wakefield consultancy. In most EU states we see the increasingly falling number of malls available which has been on the slide due to the market crisis. in Bulgaria however, there was a wooping 90% increase over one year. Making cities such as the capital Sofia, Bourgas, Varna etc. perfect for the bargain hunters and shopping holidays. A similar trend is also found in other near by Read more ...
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Well the summer is almost over but we still have over a month to go so if you were after some relaxation then we suggest you invest into a holiday in the stunning little resort of Obzor in Bulgaria. The relatively small town with only 2000 locals is becoming more and more popular with the British tourists. It is located about 65 km south of Varna Airport and also very close to Golden Sands, one of Bulgaria's biggest sea resorts, so you would be spoiled for choice when it comes to things to do. You can have relaxing days around the pool or at the beach in Obsor and other more active days in the stunning Golden Read more ...
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Visiting Bulgaria and the stunning Golden Sands resort? Then you can take advantage of this unisex beautiful skin treatment called Environ, exclusively available at the luxury Aphrodite Beauty Spa & Health Clinic. On the 17 July 2010 in the Golden Sands resort it was announced in the Aphrodite Beauty Spa & Health Clinic that a new partner agreement with Bulgaria Etranger Property Ltd has now authorised the distributor of Environ in Bulgaria. The extremely popular Environ skin care range have been designed to combat and relieve the harmful side effects of the harsh and dry climatic changes of the current Read more ...
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Every year Bourgas Airport in Bulgaria annouces their millionth passenger and for 2010 it was Eileen Nischik, who happily arrived at Burgas Airport on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast from her home town Cologne in Germany, and found out at the airport that she is in fact the one-millionth passenger for 2010. The 23 years old German was travelling with her partner Torsten Dormann and visiting Bulgaria to spend 7 days in Obzor, one of Bulgaria's black sea resorts. This lucky 1 millionth traveller along with her friend were then serviced in the airport's VIP lounge and were personally contgratulated by the airport's Read more ...
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Breaking news: The temperatures of the Black Sea Coast in Bulgaria have reached an amazing 30 degrees in the recent weeks, the highest in almost 17 years it was announced today. The Bulgarian National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH) has released a report explaining that during 1993-1997, the maxim water temperature reached 27 Degrees in a small town. “The temperatures in Bulgaria are a little bit higher, but they are not much different,” said Georgi Korchev, general director of NIMH. As he continued to explain, these were the highest temperatures in Bulgaria but also along the Russian and Read more ...
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