AS-3034 apartments for sale
in Sunny Beach area
Area 170 sq. m.
Yard 600 sq. m.
Price 130 000 euro / per House
The houses are situated 120 m above sea level. They are close to a forest. Moreover, there you can enjoy a lovely sea view. The distance to Sunny Beach is only 4 km. Nessebar is at 11 km and the town of Pomorie – at 22 km from the place. The beautiful city of Bourgas is 40 km away so one will be able to take advantage of all services of the big city fast and easy.
On the first floor there is a living room, a kitchen, a toilet. On the second floor there are three bedrooms and a bathroom.
The houses have brick walls with outside isolation and mineral plaster. The inner walls have stucco-pasteboard. The floors of the kitchen, the corridor, the toilet and the bathroom are covered with terracotta. There is canalization, water and electricity, as well as security service. It is appropriate for a fireplace to be built into. Air conditions can be installed as well.
Price 130 000 euro
The city of Bourgas is the second provincial centre on the Bulgarian Black Sea coastline. It is situated on a peninsula, surrounded by three lakes, named the Bourgasko, Atanassovsko and Mandrensko lakes. The fastest way to get there is by plane. The flight from Sofia takes only 40 minutes. The perfect combination of sun, sea and local colour makes the town the wharf for many tourist dreams. Having in mind the artistic spirit of the Bourgas people, you will easily reach to the conclusion that in the town there is an incredible atmosphere for relaxation and a safe haven from the rats' race. Mineral springs are strewed along the Bulgarian coastline, the healing properties of which are fully utilized. As to sports, the list is long and comprises of water wheels, paragliding, water skiing, yachting, powerboats driving, boating along the Ropotamo river, tennis, horse riding, etc.
One of the oldest European towns, the town of Nessebar is situated 37 kilometres to the north-east from the town of Bourgas and about 430 kilometres from the capital city of Sofia. The town of Nessebar, an archaeological and architectural reserve, is sited on a tiny rocky peninsula in the northern part of the Bourgas bay. The Nessebar’s beach is believed to be the best on our Black Sea coast. The town itself is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Bulgaria. The Old town of Nessebar is proclaimed a historic monument of culture under the protection of UNESCO. The old buildings are renovated and the new ones are built in ancient style. Both Slanchev Bryag resort and the town of Nessebar have regular bus lines to and from the rest of the country. The environment is the decisive factor in formation of the basis of the branch structure of the county's economy (tourism) rehabilitation and sports. The predominant part of the tourist infrastructure is concentrated in the Sunny Beach and Elenite resorts, the town of Nessebar and the villages of St. Vlas and Ravda, where great number of tourist complexes and restaurants can be found.
The village of St. Vlas is situated along the coast of Black Sea and at the foot of the southernmost slopes of the eastern part of the Stara Planina mountain. The superb combination of mountain and sea turn it into a village of unique climate, favouring the climatic treatment of pulmonary diseases. The beaches are with a total length of one kilometre and average width of 16 metres. The surroundings of the village are a busy tourist area. Here the initiative of the people is displayed at its best with a number of small glamorous hotels, boarding houses, villas and restaurants, scattered along the coast and the hillside. The view from the village of St. Vlas to the open sea and the Nessebar's bay is doubtlessly breathtaking.
The Slanchev Bryag resort is the largest one in Bulgaria. The beach is long nearly 6 kilometres, and at places quite wide, covered with fine sands. The resort is exceptionally busy in the summer, but the flower beds and huge parks waft fresh air to the place. The Aquapark has a slow food restaurant, fast food, and a discotheque.
A cosy settlement by the sea, the village of Ravda is about 30 kilometres away from the town of Bourgas, near the road to Nessebar. The village has several beaches on its bays, ranging up to Nessebar. The fine golden sand is ecologically clean. There are opportunities to practice different water sports. The village of Ravda is just one kilometre away from the main road Bourgas – Nessebar. No big towns or works are sited around it – it is and remains an ecologically clean settlement with wonderful air, seducing for a quiet family rest. In the village most of the tourist premises are private rooms or small family hotels. There are also a lot of restaurants, pubs, refreshment stalls and discotheques.
The town of Obzor is situated 65 kilometres to the south of the town of Varna, 73 kilometres north of the town of Bourgas and 530 kilometres to the east of the capital city of Sofia, with a population totalling 2000 people. It is a sea resort, sited on a wide bay at the tipping point of the eastern part of the Stara Planina mountain and the Black Sea. The beach length is 6 kilometres, the longest one between the Slanchev Bryag and Zlatni Pyasatzi resorts.
The town of Pomorie is situated on a narrow rocky peninsula, stretching more than 3 kilometres into the Black Sea. It is situated about 20 kilometres away from the town of Bourgas. The enchanting scenery attracts a lot of tourists with its abundance of greenery and beauty.
The region of Tzarevo is the southernmost part of the Bulgarian Black Sea coastline. Here economic development is heavily linked to industry – production of small sea vessels, wood-working, food and beverages and agriculture, with its predominant branch of horticulture. The forests' utilization is carried out by the four forestries. The county of Tzarevo encompasses the south-eastern part of Bulgaria and is situated some 60 kilometres to the south of the town of Bourgas. The exuberance of landmarks makes it one of the most attractive counties in the Bourgas province. The unique combination of sea, mountain and rivers with exotic greenery offer various opportunities for the development of all kinds of tourism – eco, yachting, photo and hobby tourism, hunting one, etc. In the town of Tzarevo is the first Bulgarian port, coming from the south border of the country. In 1995, the port was declared an international one. The town has great expectations, that the newly-opened port will gradually become a vivid tourist, transport and commercial centre, and will immensely facilitate the yachting and sea tourism. The town already enjoys the attention of Czechs and Slovaks, and recently tourists from western countries. The beach is meticulously cleaned and tidied. The visitors of the beach can enjoy some special thrills, like a ride on a banana or a water wheel. Near the town of Tzarevo is the village of Bulgari, an folklore reserve, keeping the authentic Bulgarian custom of the fir-dancing.
The county of Sozopol includes the Chernomoretz, Ravadinovo and Atia villages. The oldest town on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast is situated 34 kilometres to the south of Bourgas on a picturesque rocky peninsula. The enticing atmosphere of the town, the two beaches and the typical houses of Sozopol from the XIX century A. D., bringing in an additional touch of romanticism, have all made the town a preferred resort for many tourists.