Bulgaria features continental climate with clearly marked four seasons. 
Geographically and in terms of climate, Bulgaria features notable diversity, with the landscape ranging from the Alpine snow-capped peaks in Rila, Pirin and the Balkan Mountains ti the mild and sunny weather of the black sea coast, from the typically continental Danubian Plain(anciend Moesia) in the north to the strong Mediterranean influence in the valleys of Macedonia and the lowlands in the southernmost parts of Thrace.
Bulgaria comprises portions of the classical regions of Thrace, Moesia, and Macedonia. The mountainous southwest has two alpine ranges – Rila and Pirin – and further east stand the lower but much more extensive Rhodope Mountains. Rila mountain includes the highest peak on the Balkan Peninsula, peak Musala at 2,925 metres (9,596 ft); the long range of the Blakan Mountain runs west – east through the middle of the country, north of the famous Rose Valey.
There are around 260 glacial lakes in Rila and Pirin, several large lakes on the Black Sea coast and more than 2,200 dam lakes. Mineral springs are in great abundance all over the country.
A mild Mediterranean influence is felt in the country,s southern region and the Black Sea coast, where the average summer temperature rarely exceed 30 C .
The varied relief, unique natural resources and great historical heritage make Bulgaria one of the best holliday destinations in Europe. The country is also famous famous for its ecological food product and spa centres. Bulgaria is well an ideal place for hunting, skiing and golf.
Having in mind the above said, the low cost of living and the much lower prices of real estate,
at the moment Bulgaria gives higher value for money then Spain and Greece for example.
Following the country,s transition to a free market economy, the development of the property market has been very dynamic. The last years have seen unprecedented change, especially in the big towns, at the mountain resorts and on the Black Sea coast where a lot of money have been invested in new projects.
The harmonization of Bulgarian legislation with that one of the European Union makes the procedures of a real estate transaction not much different than that of other European countries.
Additionally, a real estate in Bulgaria is associated with much lower running cost, compared with those in other European coutries.
The Bulgaria,s accession to the European Union certainly is having and will have a big impact
On the property market . A lot of new major project will take place and the market will experience
more and more investments, which inevitably will put the prices well above their current level.
Bulgaria has become a country of international tourism. Already , in ancient times , the Romans were attracted by the healing qualities of the Bulgarian mineral springs and its beautifull nature.
The rise of tourism started at the end of the 19 century with the first touristic clubs. At the beginning of the 20-th century the first mountain hostel was opened. At thet time the first spas also started functioning. Foreign tourists began visiting Bulgaria attracted by the big diversity of attractions and a harmonic combination of geographic and climatic conditions – beautifull coastline with golden sands, luscious vegetation , picturesque river valleys and gorges, many caves, and mineral spring various in their temperature and composition. The protected natural reservations are rich in rare plants, animals and rock formations. The traces of the past can be seen everywhere –archaelogical, architectural, historical and ethnographic remains.