Bulgaria is one of the least visited cycling destinations in Europe due to its distance from western Europe, but the cycle tourists that do venture there will discover a beautiful country perfect for cycle touring. There are mountains, lakes and rivers with untouched beauty to discover while cycling. The Bulgarian Black Sea coast, with forests and mountains reaching down to inviting beaches, is a perfect start or end point for a cycling trip. Cycling in Bulgaria is never boring - there are numerous possibilities to combine it with cultural and historical sights, wine-tasting or culinary tourism, not to forget the rose valleys where each year in May tourists may try to pick up roses for the production of rose oil!

We do not have an official National EuroVelo Coordination Centre or Coordinator in this country at the moment. To assist people wanting to cycle the EuroVelo routes we have collected the information displayed on this page but please be aware that the ECF is not responsible for this content.

Landelijke Informatie

Bulgarian Cycling Association

BCA works for the popularisation of cycling tourism and lobbies for the planning and construction of cycling lanes. A big ongoing project is the Black Sea Cycling Trail, to complete EuroVelo 6 - Atlantic-Black Sea.

+35 98 88 79 32 69

Dunav Ultra: EuroVelo 6 Bulgaria

Dunav Ultra is the longest cycle route in Bulgaria. It runs for a total of 732 km along the banks of the Danube River (Dunav, in Bulgarian) until it reaches the Black Sea. The starting point of the itinerary is the northwestern-most corner of Bulgaria, namely the village of Kudelin and the end point is the most northeastern point of the country the village of Durankulak. Visit the website to find out how to cycle this route!

+359 888 251 550

Bulgarian Association for Alternative Tourism

The website provides basic information and findings from the planning process for the Iron Curtain Trail in Bulgaria and the neighboring countries. A description is available as well as detailed electronic map for the trail itinerary.

+359 883 379 987

Kaarten & Gidsen

bikeline Danube Bike Trail 5: From Belgrade to the Black Sea

Guide written in English and describing the 1.400 km from Belgrade to the Black Sea. It includes 124 precise maps and detailed route descriptions on a scale of 1:100.000, numerous references to the cultural and tourist attractions and an extensive accommodation and services directory. A characteristic of the bikeline cycling guides is their landscape format combined with the patented spiral binding system, weatherproof and ideal for the handlebar bag.