Pamporovo SA is one of the largest travel agencies in Bulgaria, specialized in hiking offers. The company owns the entire infrastructure of the resort complex of Pamporovo. It further maintains and processes all ski runways and facilities at the resort. It offers hotel and sport services, restaurants, transportation and more. “Pamporovo” SA operates the hotels “Orlovets” and “Perelik”.
Smolyan municipality is located in South Bulgaria at the central part of the Rhodope mountains. Its territory, amounts to 854 square kilometers. It consists of 86 rural settlements – 1 town and 85 villages. The municipality stands at 250 km southeast of Sofia city and at 100 km from Plovdiv city. The earliest archaeological artifacts in the Smolyan region date from the late Bronze Age – XIII century BC. Ancient authors perceived the Rhodope mountains as a sacred Thracian location, the birthplace of Orpheus.
Organizers of the event: the National Festival of sheep breeders in Bulgaria Association, National Association for Breeding Synthetic Population Bulgarian Milk (NARSPBM), in cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Republic of Bulgaria. The place of the festival was not chosen by chance, since such events are typical mainly for South Bulgaria, however not on such a vast scale. Besides, Veliko Tarnovo is a peculiar place at the center of the country, known for being a convenient destination from all parts of Bulgaria
Chepelare municipality is located at the central part of the Rhodope Mountains and is an integral part of Smolyan. It covers an area of 375 square kilometers at an average altitude of 1150 meters. The municipality has 13 rural settlements with a total population of 7720 inhabitants (as of 2011). The famous winter resort Pamporovo is also located in the territory. In the vicinity of Chepelare resides the ski area Mechi Chal, which is the longest track for alpine skiing.
Municipality of BANITE are located in southern Bulgaria, Smolyan region. It includes 20 settlements with a total population of 4923 inhabitants (as of 01.02.2011).
Devin is located in Southern Bulgaria, Smolyan region.
Located in the southwestern part of the Rhodopes along the Vacha. It borders the municipalities of Smolyan, Borino, Batak, Krichim, Perushtitsa, Chepelare and Greece. The municipality covers an area of 575 square kilometers and represents 17.83% of the territory of Smolyan region.
It includes 16 settlements with a total population of 13,013 inhabitants (as of 01.02.2011).
The Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (established in 1895) is an independent, non-governmental organization for assistance, promotion, representation and protection of the business interests of its members, which contributes to the development of international economic cooperation and provides assistance for the European and international integration of the Republic of Bulgaria. The activity of the Chamber is based on the principles of voluntary membership, autonomy and self-financing. BCCI seeks to establish straightforward and ethical relations among the business circles.