Crystal Ski Holidays have conducted research to find out which ski resort has the most bars per square kilometre, and the winner is Borovets in Bulgaria.
“This reasonably priced and cheerful resort has approximately four bars per square kilometre, ahead of the French resorts of Méribel and Courchevel, in second and third place respectively. The lively resort of Pas de la Casa in Andorra came in fourth with around 1.8 bars per square kilometre, followed closely by the more traditional Austrian ski resort of Schladming,” a Crystal news release stated, describing Borovets as “the ultimate après-ski resort”.
A representative from Borovets tourism sought to ensure that skiers realised there was more to the Bulgarian ski centre than just a lot of bars, commenting on the findings, “To have quality après, you need quality avant-ski, and Borovets has that too. The ski-in/ski-out resort in the highest Balkan mountain combines perfect skiing conditions with daily visits to rich cultural and historic sites, unique local cuisine and unrivalled hospitality.”