Majority of Bulgarians wants more rules and control across resorts

Photo: BGNES

92% of polled Bulgarians accept the idea for clearer rules at tourist resorts, latest Gallup research shows. A majority of 63% basically approves the idea for beach categorization. 39% approve the work of the tourist ministry, 35% disapprove it and the rest hesitate. The danger of overdevelopment is the major one, outlined by another recent poll. 46% of the Bulgarians, aged over 18 say that through the last 5 years they have spent some time at a Bulgarian sea resort. 35% claim the same on mountainous resorts here. 20% have visited a foreign sea resort and 2% - a mountain resort somewhere abroad.


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