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LAND  IN  BULGARIA     Aerial Pictures form  Dolna Banya and Borovetc,Bulgaria

We have plots all across Bulgaria and we strive to present the plots in the best possible for the buyer format. Here are AERIAL pictures of Dolna Banya Valley, the ski resort of Borovec, the Ibar Golf Development  where we have hundreds of plots for sale.

UNIQUE  SEASIDE DEVELOPMENT  of Log Villas  in Bulgaria

log houses batovo bulgaria

Unique development in construction, location and facilities. The log villas come with 50 years guarantee and bring cosiness to this small development where the owners benefit form the picturesque location in close proximity to the sea and large array of equipment and possibilities for active holiday - riding, fishing and hunting amongst them.


NEW GOLF AND SKI  Apartments, Bansko, Bulgaria

Located in South-Western Bulgaria near the Ski resort of Bansko and its nearby Golf Course this development is one of a kind. It boasts with more facilities than any other development and you will be pleasantly surprised by the prices.


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Balchik  is a Black Sea coastal town and seaside resort in the Southern Dobruja area of northeastern Bulgaria. It is located in Dobrich Oblast and is 42 km north-east of Varna. The town sprawls scenically along hilly terraces descending from the Dobruja plateau to the sea.
Occupying a succession of sandy cliffs and crumbling sugar-loaf hills, Balchik’s whitewashed cottages hovers precipitously above a series of ravines running down to the sea. It’s the kind of scene beloved to artists, and Balchik-inspired seascapes are regular sight in provincial galleries throughout Bulgaria. Founded by the Milesians in the sixth century BC and named Krounoi (“The Springs”), the town was a valued haven for Greek merchants attempting to pass the treacherous waters around Cape Kaliakra, as well as an important centre for viniculture – hence its later name Dionysoplis, honouring the God of the vine. By the sixth century AD, the harbour had silted up, and the Turks were subsequently to dub the town Balchik, or “Town of Clay”. Despite being popular with the Bulgarians who take advantage of the numerous private rooms and inexpensive hotels, Balchik doesn’t see many foreign private tourists, largely because it lacks a really good beach. Package tourists from Albena are, however being bussed into town’s main attraction: the summer palace of Queen Marie of Romania, a reminder of the inter-war years when Balchik was ruled from Bucharest. 

The closest international airport to the town is in Varna some 50 km away, the renowned resort of Albena is only 12 km south of Balchik and would be the place to go sunbathing. There are regular bus links between Balchik, Albena and Varna.

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