The Danubian hilly plain ranges
its steep terrace with a fecund ground in northern
Bulgaria. To the south, the land rises to the rocky
ranges of the Balkan mountains. Thereafter it lowers
to the Thracian plain. Southern and Western Bulgaria
are embossed by the mountains of Vitosha, Rila, Rhodopes
and Pirin. The Moussala in Rila mountain is the highest
peak of the Balkan Peninsula (2,925 m high).
moderate continental with Mediterranean influences
in the southern regions and on the Black sea cost.
The average annual temperature in northern Bulgaria is 11.5°C,
in southern Bulgaria - 15°C. The average temperature in July is 23-25°C.
The average annual rainfall varies between 400 - 500 mm in the plains and on the Black sea cost
and 1,000 - 1,200 mm in the mountains. The spring is short and the autumn long and mild.
Population: 7.93 million.
Capital city: Sofia (1.2 million).
Language: Bulgarian - the cyrillic alphabet is used.
Official religion: Christian - orthodox.
Hunting and Sport shooting in Bulgaria is not just a pure tradition.
Since the 1970s Bulgaria has much significance for the international hunting.
It ranks among the most solid and secure hunting destinations in Europe.
The bulgarian hunting grounds
have an average area of 10,000 - 20,000 ha. The game populations are excellent and hunters may successfully combine hunting for
different game species.
Professional hunting organization, personal service and successful hunting are the most important here.
The hunter is a VIP guest in Bulgaria.
Bulgaria offers all of the european big game species in a perfect habitat.
18 mammal species and 20 bird species are hunted for in Bulgaria. No other European country has such a game variety.
In some of our hunting grounds you have the unique opportunity to hunt for 10-12 different game species at the same time.
takes place in comfortable, high-level hunting lodges and sometimes in luxurious residences.
Meals and drinks:
Gourmets appreciate the bulgarian cuisine for a long time.
Delicious, spicy, rich and varied, it suits every taste and has developed its own charakter.
Bulgaria ranks among the biggest wine producers in
the world. Each region has its own red and white wines.
Most of them are dry wines, but there are also sweet
dessert and sparkling wines. If you prefer a serious
red wine, you should try a domestic Cabernet-Sauvignon or Merlot.
White wines like Misket, Dimiat, Chardonnay and Riesling are recommended.
Wines like Pamid, Muskat, Mavrud, Traminer and Melnik are known not only among experts.
Bulgarian schnapps is also recommended.
2 hour flight available at many european airports: Frankfurt,
Munich, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Vienna, Rome, Milan, Paris,
Zurich, Madrid, Barcelona, Lisbon, Budapest, Prague,
Moscow, London etc. Transfer from the airports of Sofia,
Varna, Bourgas to each hunting ground takes 2-3 hours by car.
Additional themes about Bulgaria:
Game species in Bulgaria
Hunting grounds in Bulgaria
Skalsko Lodge in Bulgaria
Bow Hunting in Bulgaria
Hunting in Bulgaria - Prices
U.S. Hunters - Special programs