Favia Viaggi - Hunting in Bulgaria and abroad


Hunting in Bulgaria. Hunting in Croatia. Hunting in Macedonia and Romania.



Wild duck hunting in Belarusia.A splendid adventure awaits you in a land to be discovered.




Argentina is known worldwide as a major wingshooting destination, famed for its large population of turtle-doves in particular. Another one of Argentina's major draws is that it is turtle-dove season all year long.



Situated directly in the path of the waves of migrating woodcocks, Crimea is one of the best woodcock hunting destinations in Europe. Flocks of woodcocks move towards the Crimean peninsula every autumn as soon as the temperatures start dropping, gathering in groups. Just like everywhere else, woodcocks in Crimea are most often hunted using hunting dogs.

Hunting in Bulgaria


With the great diversity of its territory, Bulgaria represents one of the most interesting hunting destinations for migratory and non-migratory birds, as well as for big game hunters.

One of the main migration routes Via Pontica passes through Bulgaria, which makes it a great place to hunt quails, doves, pigeons, woodcocks, ducks and geese. Bulgaria is also one of the best places to hunt wild partridges and pheasants.

Hunters who like big game hunting can find some exceptional trophies of wild boar, deer, fallow deer, roe deer, mouflon and chamois in the open and wild hunting areas of Bulgaria.

The mountain of Rhodope is one of the few places where you can combine wood grouse and chamois hunting.

In Bulgaria you can hunt black fallow deer, mouflons in open areas, with trophies that reach a size of over 90 cm, wild boars with tusks up to 30 cm in length, as well as exceptional red deer trophies.




Hunting in Romania. Romania has a long history of hunting and remains a remarkable hunting destination, drawing in many hunters because of its large number of brown bears, wolves, wild boars, red deer and chamois.

The concentration of brown bears (Ursus arctos) in the Carpathian Mountains of central Romania is the largest in the world and contains half of Europe's population.

This is one of the best places in Europe for geese hunting during the winter.

Romania is also excellent for rabbit-hunting, which you can combine with the hunt for pheasants and partridges.



Hunting in Macedonia. Macedonia is a small country, which became independent in 1991 with the dissolution of Yugoslavia. It is one of the most mountainous in Europe, with a small population and a long and proud hunting heritage.

Macedonia has become the main destination for hunters looking for exceptional chamois trophies, which are numerous. The grounds are also rich in mouflon populations, wild boar and other species native to Europe.

The wolf population has turned Macedonia into one of the best places for hunting. Macedonia is also the home of several famous hunting reserves, where they have species like Himalayan tahr and Barbary sheep.

It is the only country in Europe, besides Greece, which allows the hunting of KriKri ibex, a form of ibex bezoar which was developed in the islands of Greece, and has now been stocked in Macedonia.


Hunting in Spain. Spain is a perfect country for hunting enthusiasts. There are more than 10 big game species which you can combine with small game ones. Here, you will also have the unique opportunity to hunt red partridge.

If you are a big game hunter, you can find any kind of hunting animals in the southern part of Spain, where you can find the most beautiful farms. In the specifically Spanish driven hunts called "Monterias" you will be able to hunt down unique and exclusive trophies.

This is a hunting experience that allows all hunters to enjoy many shots, to see different kinds of animals and to see 200 or more dogs work together at a time. Spain is the perfect place for mountain lovers. Here you can find 4 different types of Ibex, 2 different types of chamois and the Barbary sheep.

You can find these animals in the mountain part of the country at an average height of 2000 meters, but some of the hunters can reach 2500 meters, because there are animals such as the southeastern Ibex, the Beceite Ibex, Pyrenean chamois and the shots are often fired at a about 200-250 meter distance. There is also a good opportunity for family tourism in all of the areas in this mountain range. The Pyrenees separate France from Spain and Sierra Nevada, where the highest point of continental Spain is located. All of this is accompanied with traditional Spanish cuisine.

Spain is definitely a country full of opportunities suitable for all kinds of hunters.


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Serbia is largely mountainous. Its northeast section is part of the rich, fertile Danubian Plain drained by the Danube, Tisa, Sava, and Morava river systems. It borders Croatia on the northwest, Hungary on the north, Romania on the northeast, Bulgaria on the east, Macedonia on the south, and Albania, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina on the west.

Vojvodina is situated in the northern quarter of Serbia, in the southeast part of the Pannonian plain, the plain that remained when the Pannonian sea dried out. The region is divided by the Danube and Tisa rivers. Vojvodina is situated 170 km away from Belgrad and it is close to the Hungarian border.