This Bulgaria all inclusive holiday is a fantastic escape to a gorgeous hotel in an often underrated country – relax on the beach by the Black Sea, hit the bars or go and explore the fascinating ancient cities around. And with this deal being all-inclusive you can just sit back, relax and enjoy whatever you end up doing on your Bulgaria all inclusive break!

7 Night Bulgaria All-Inclusive Holiday Including 4* Hotel, Flights And Transfers

I have found a deal to Sunny Beach, for a Bulgaria all inclusive holiday where you can relax by the Black Sea and see some incredible sights. Bulgaria is also incredibly inexpensive in comparison to Western European destinations, and the resort has a great bar scene if that’s your thing, but you can equally choose to just chill out if it’s pure relaxation you’re after.


With this great Bulgaria all inclusive package from Thomson you will be spending 7 nights in a 4* all-inclusive hotel in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria and have your flights and transfers included, all for just £373 per person.

Flights are from Manchester to Bourgas, and including transfers your travel is all sorted. There are flights available from other UK airports but nowhere near as well priced as those from Manchester – just change the search on the Bulgaria all inclusive deal page to find dates and airports that suit you better.


The Hotel Riu Helios scores highly for its setting – a short walk through the grounds will take you to the beach in front of the hotel, and the shops and bars of Sunny Beach are a 10-minute walk away. Thanks to the hotel’s renovation in 2013, the reception areas, main restaurant, pool bar, and all the bedrooms sport fresh new looks. The pool at the Hotel Riu Helios is framed by sunbeds, a bar and gardens. Children get their own splash area. Chefs have cooked up both local and international dishes for the three restaurants, including Bulgarian and Asian cuisine for the themed food joints. This hotel scores 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor, and is perfect for your Bulgaria all inclusive break.


Sunny Beach is a lively spot on Bulgaria’s little-known Black Sea Coast. This purpose-built, modern holiday town has rolled out brand-new restaurants, bars and energetic nightclubs across its high rise waterfront. It’s got a spotlessly long beach, too. But it’s not all purpose-built newness here – UNESCO-certified Nessebar is just up the road. Nessebar is one of Europe’s oldest towns, and you can do a tour organised by the hotel or choose to take the DIY option and take the local bus, which will be cheaper and let you be that bit more flexible. During a walking tour you’ll see why it caught UNESCO’s eye.

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Nessebar’s history began more than 3 thousand years ago, when the town was founded by the Tharacian civilisation. Since its birth it’s been ruled by the Greeks, the Romans, the Byzantines and the Ottomans, and most of these empires have left imprints on the place. You can still see the remains of temples and agoras from antiquity and basilicas from Medieval times. On top of all this, there are more than 40 historical churches to spot. Once your guide has introduced you to the town’s main sights, you’ll have some free time to explore under your own steam. Take the time to revisit the sights that caught your imagination the most or take the weight off your feet in one of the town’s seafood restaurants.

This Bulgaria all inclusive holiday is perfect whatever type of holiday you enjoy, and at an amazing price. Book now to avoid disappointment.

Panoramic view on Varna beach  in Bulgaria.


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