Large 4 bedroom house to rent in a very green and rural location-a green,quiet village about 10 miles from the town of Yambol where you can find supermarkets such as Lidl,restaurants,nightclubs,fast food,etc. The whole Yambol area is richin history,art,entertainment,nature and wildlife.
4+ bedroom house in the rural village of Botevo,Yambol area. The Black sea coast is 100 kilometers away.The house is situated at the end of the village,5 mins walk from the village center. Perfect holiday for people that would rather drive to the sea every day,instead of paying for an expensive hotel. The house is located literally next to the one of the two forests surrounding the village. Great location for birdwatchers and nature lovers. Wild animals are abundant. There are wild boar and deer, but things like hares, jackals and foxes are much less elusive. Reptiles like ratsnakes, grasssnakes, lizards and tortoises are common but there are also horned vipers, although they do keep away from humans. Birds of prey are also a common sight there. The house is right next to the trees and just under the wooded hill which is the highest point of the village.
120 square metres living area in house,the house along with the garden is 900 square metres.
In the case of 4 guests,every person will have their own separate bedroom. Because three of the beds are double,at least three couples will feel welcome. Separate bedroom keys also provided. There`s one bathroom with a shower and a toilet. The living room is large enough to take 6 people or more.
Distance to next airport: Bourgas 100 Km
Distance to next train station: Yambol 20 Km
Distance to next motorway: Yambol 25 Km
Distance to the sea: Black sea 100 Km
Distance to next shop: 0.5 Km
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Échanges avec les voyageurs
A pick-up service from Yambol could be arranged, as could be any other assistance that might be needed.
Botevo is a village in Southeastern Bulgaria, it is part of Tundja municipality, Yambol region.
Botevo is situated 18 km southwest of Yambol, 80 km from the Turkish border,100 km of the seacoast,30 km northwest of Elhovo, 35 km southeast of Nova Zagora and some 260 km southeast of the capital city of Sofia.
The population is about 930 people.
The terrain is flat and the soil is fertile and suitable for growing almost all kind of fruits and vegetables.
The altitude is 240 m.
The climate is continental, typical for the Upper-Trachian Valley, with little influence from the Black Sea and the Mediterranean. In terms of temperature regime, the region is one of the hottest in the country. The average temperature for the coldest month - January is 1.2 ° C and the average temperature for July is 23.2 ° C.
The hottest time of the summer(August)can reach up to 44° (Summer 2012)
The village is well developed - totally electrified and supplied with water, all streets are paved, there are regular bus services connecting it with neighboring towns and villages. There are a city hall, a municipality, a kindergarten, a primary school, a church, a community center with a vocal group, a library, a senior citizens club. There are also a GP, a dentist, several shops and a pub.
Specialized medical help can be received in the hospital of Yambol.
Tourism and landmarks
Kaleto area is located a few kilometers away from the village. Over there were found remains of a fort, which were believed to have been a base of a guarding Roman legion.
In the area there are some interesting architectural sites, Thracian and Roman settlements of antiquity.
The area boasts with beautiful scenery and fresh air. Suitable for eco, wine, historical and cultural tourism, excellent conditions for hiking,fishing and hunting -there`s a local river and the village is surrounded by woodlands. near the village crosses the river Tunja, and between the villages of Roza and General Inzovo there is a dam. The surrounding land is rich in game.
In recent years, near the village are held off-road racings
The village is named in tribute and respect to the personality and work of one of the most important figures in Bulgaria - Hristo Botev. The fair of the village is on 2nd of June - the day the revolutionary.
Yambol is a province in southeastern Bulgaria, neighbouring Turkey to the south. It is named after its main city Yambol, while other towns include Straldzha, Bolyarovo and Elhovo. The province embraces a territory of 3,355.5 km² that is divided into 5 municipalities with a total population, as of December 2009, of 138,429 inhabitants. The motto of the town of Yambol is "Coming from the remote past, going to the future".
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