2 bedroom apartment for sale
Bulgaria - Burgas, Pomorie
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- Indoor and Outdoor Pools.
- Beachside Location.
- Sleeps 6.
- Minutes from the Airport.
- Fully Furnished.
Sunset Resort is an established 5 Star Resort in the Bulgarian town of Pomorie,
overlooking the Black Sea and a 400 metre long natural sandy Beach. 10 Minutes
from the Airport,15 minutes from Burgas City,20 minutes from
Sunny Beach and Nessebur,a Unesco World Heritage Site. There is a Thracian
Tomb,a Winery and a Monastery,all a short walk away,plus numerous local Bars
and Restaurants. The owners are mainly Irish,English and Russian and the weather
from June to September inclusive is non-stop sunshine. There is a Water-Park
being built across the road from the Resort,due to open 2016. Have a look at
their website to see just how perfect this resort is -
You can also see a shirt video of the Resort on youtube,just search for Sunset Resort Pomorie.
You won't need a car to enjoy the area as everything you need is on your doorstep, but if you want to explore the coast, go shopping in Burgas or clubbing in Sunny Beach you'll find Taxis are cheap and local buses even cheaper. When you need a rest ,relax in your 100 square metre FULLY FURNISHED Apartment overlooking the BLACK SEA.
As an owner you have the choice of own use,letting using the Resort options,do it
yourself,(I use Homeaway),or a mixture. There is an Owners Office on site.
This a large Apartment with a tiled,twin-sink,bathroom with bath/shower and
separate shower cubicle. Main bedroom has a double bed,dressing table,wardrobe,
safe,TV etc. 2nd bedroom has a single bed,chair/bed and wardrobe. Lounge has
a double sofa-bed,another sofa,matching chairs,table and chairs,flat-screen TV,
Dvd player etc. Kitchen has Oven,Hob,Fridge,Freezer,Microwave,Washing Machine,
Dishwasher. There is a large wardrobe in the Lobby and a table and chairs
on the balcony.
There are charter-flights from the U.K. and Ireland from May to September
plus Wizzair fly all year from London to Bourgas in 3 hours approx.
Burgas Region is one of the most developed regions in Bulgaria. It is situated in the southeastern part of the country and is the second biggest after Sofia Region. It is bounded by the regions of Varna, Shumen, Sliven and Yambol; the eastern and southern boundaries to the Black Sea and Turkey coincide with the national borders.
The region is widely known for its vine-growing and wine production traditions. The wines of Sungurlare are very famous. They are produced of the following grape varieties: Misket, Muskat Ottonel, Chardonnay, Riesling, Ugni Blanc – for white wine, and Cabernet, Merlot, Pamid – for red wine.
Map of District BourgasThe Black Sea coastal areas and beaches with fine golden sand together with the thermal mineral springs provide favorable conditions for relaxation and recreation and for the development of balneological and sea tourism. The dense riparian forests with overgrowth along the rivers of Ropotamo and Veleka, the beauty of the rivers of Dyavolska and Fakiiska, the diverse wildlife in the Strandzha and Sakar Mountains and the nature reserves are a prerequisite for the development of ecotourism and hunting. Apart from the Silkosia, the oldest reserve in Bulgaria (1933), here one can visit the Ropotamo and Strandzha National Parks, the Duni (the Dunes) and Vodnite Lilii (the White Lilies) reserves, the fiords and the seals cave on Maslen Nos Cape and other sites.
To the north and south of Burgas one can visit numerous holiday complexes and villages which offer wonderful conditions for vacation and relaxation – Pomorie, Nesebar, Sunny Beach (Slanchev Bryag), Duni, Sozopol, Primorsko, Tzarevo, Ahtopol. All of them are connected by a panoramic seaside road. Rezovo, the southernmost Black Sea village belongs to the region too.
Archeological, architectural and historic monuments in the region are favorable for development of cultural tourism. The Old Nesebar is a unique monument of culture and is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. In the Strandzha Mountains can be seen some of the most ancient structures made by humans – the dolmens. Thracian mounds, ancient Greek poleis, remains of ancient and medieval fortresses have been found here. One can immerse in the unique atmosphere created by the seaside houses from the National Revival period in Nesebar and Sozopol and the preserved samples of the Strandzha house in the villages of Fakia, Brashlyan, Bulgari, Kosti, Brodilovo, etc. The region still preserves in their purest form the fire-dances on live coals, which are performed on the holidays of the Saints Constantine and Helena. After the Liberation in 1878 the southern parts of the region (the Strandzha region) remained within the boundaries of Turkey until 1913 when the area was returned to Bulgaria.
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- Burgas (International), 10.3 miles
- Varna (International), 76.3 miles
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