Climbing, kayaking, cycling and walking can all be enjoyed on multi activity holidays in Bulgaria
Multi activity holidays can be enjoyed in Bulgaria, where all the family will find plenty of entertainment on offer.
The Bulgaria Active Adventure family holiday from Explore offers numerous opportunities to take part in sports including kayaking on the country's largest reservoir and cycling along the River Lakatitsa.
Mountain walks can also be enjoyed amid the beautiful natural scenery at Govedartsi, which is one of the most famous ski resorts in the Rila Mountains.
There are great walking and climbing opportunities to be had at the Rila Mountains National Park.
While you're there, make sure to take a break from working up a sweat to visit the magnificent Rila Monastery, which has been designated by Unesco as a World Heritage Site.
Founded in the tenth century by St John of Rila, it was destroyed by fire at the beginning of the 19th century before being rebuilt between the 1830s and 1860s.
For this reason, it is a great example of Bulgarian Renaissance architecture, which seeks to incorporate Slavic cultural identity through the use of impressive domes and archways.
As well as serving as one of Bulgaria's most important spiritual centres, it has also been home to much of the country's academic and literary developments throughout the centuries.
It is a great place to enjoy a moment of quiet meditation on the magnificent achievements of man, before carrying on with the journey.
The tour will finally come to an end in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria and its largest city.
Featuring exquisite Neo-Baroque, Neo-Rococo and Neo-Renaissance architecture, the city boasts a wide assortment of styles, with names such as Friedrich Grunanger, Adolf Vaclav Kolar, Viktor Rumpelmayer responsible for designing the most important civic buildings.
There are so many sites to take in that you may want to extend your stay in the city once the tour has finished.
Some of the top places of interest for visitors to Sofia are the National Palace of Culture, the Ivan Vazov National Theatre and the royal palace at Battenberg Square, which houses the National Art Gallery.