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About The Apartment

My Apartment is made for your comfort and relaxation. Town centre is only 4 min walking distance away. Only 3 min walk to the market with organic and custom made food from the region. Enjoy nice breakfast from Bistro Iglika at the ground floor. My guests will benefit from 10% discount on Avatar Extreme Sport; 10% -Safari Adventure, you will be picked up. And more 20% -massage in a beauty salon, hiking programme and mountain guided ecopaths at short, medium and longer distances with experienced tour company. I’m able to recommend and make your experience with mineral water swimming pool more exciting and special. Read More.

About Velingrad

Located in the marvelous Rhodope mountains, Velingrad has 77 mineral springs, each one with its unique and even miraculous healing powers, the town is not only a wonderful choice for your spa and wellness holiday but also surrounded with nature place with fresh air, fresh mountain water, and numerous archaeological findings, such as stone and bone tools, bronze artefacts and others imply existence of life since ancient times in these places.

Velingrad is one of the most beautiful and most famous among the Bulgarian Balneological resorts. It lies at the western end of Chepino Valley, one of the most attractive part of the Rhodopean Mountains in Southern Central Bulgaria. There are more than 70 sources of mineral water with curative and preventive properties.

Kleptuza Lake is the biggest Karst spring in Bulgaria - a symbol of the beautiful town of Velingrad in the Rhodope Mountains. This natural phenomenon wells up in the foot of an upright marble rock, covered with green moss.

The area Byala skala (The White Rock) is located near the town of Velingrad. The Thracian tribes settled the region more than 5000 years ago. The rock itself is more than 220 metres long, 20 metres wide and its sheer cliffs are more than 50 metres high. The size and the location of the rock are the main factors to be used as a natural fortress, requiring minimum fortifications.

More interesting is the sanctuary in the upper part of the Byala skala. Except the finds of Thracian and Roman coins, a lot of pottery from the Bronze and the Iron Age was found there as well. There is a stone path leading to the sanctuary, hewed into the rock. It is 1 meter wide and 32 meter long. The path is very well preserved, because during the centuries, when the fortress and the sanctuary were not used, it was covered by earth and stones.