Price: EUR 97000.00|
Area: 83 sq.m.
Garden: 1 sq.m.
Number of bedrooms: 1
Number of bathrooms: 1
Imagine waking up to the sea or a green forest beyond your lounge window… marvelous.
Imagine a short walk to the beach, a late afternoon dip or an early morning jog… to wash away the stress and help you relax.
Imagine fabulous contemporary apartments, top of the line security and many amenities… to make you feel safe.
Imagine generous outdoor living, breakfast with the sunrise or drinks at sunset… relaxing with friends and family.
Imagine easy entertaining, dinner at a nearby restaurant or a drink at the bar across the street… pleasant and easy.
All this could be experienced at the spectacular Santa Marina residential village in Sozopol.
Santa Marina enjoys a tranquil location, as it is nicely set on the Bourgas bay, on the southern Black Sea Coast. The new holiday complex has a beachfront position and is 2 km away from the very centre of Sozopol. The project will be constructed in three phases and will feature a total number of 61 three- and four-storey residential villas plus a hotel, service and entertainment centre. In addition to the holiday homes, Santa Marina will offer a wide range of services and amenities, including three swimming pools, two bars, restaurants, convenience store, parking etc.
Santa Marina: Overview
• Total of 379 apartments
• Penthouse apartments, studios, one and two-bedroom apartments
• 3 swimming pools (1082 м?)
• Restaurants (100 – 150 seats)
• Pool bar
• Lobby bar
• Entertainment room with pool table and tennis tables
• Shopping area
• Medical centre
• Family Club
• Travel agency and rent-a-car services
• Transfers to the city centre and other tourist attractions
• 6 700 sq.m of paved roads inside the village
• A service and entertainment center of 6 458 sq.m
• 1 305 sq.m solar areas
• 130 sq.m. open-air kindergarten
• Parking spaces
• Beautiful gardens around the houses
Santa Marina Location: key points & information about Sozopol
• 2 km from the centre of Sozopol
• 34 km from Bourgas and the airport
• 424 km from the capital Sofia
• close to a highway to Turkey
Sozopol is the most romantic and artistic town on the Black Sea Coast with a history of more than 26 centuries, cobbled streets and high fences. It is situated on a semi-peninsula and features two lovely beaches giving excellent opportunity for those who love water sports and sunbathing.
Once tired from beach life, there are plenty of cultural and historic sights to be seen in the area. Special attention should be paid on the archeological monuments and the art galleries, as well as the excavations of the ancient necropolis on the Harmanite beach.
At the beginning of each September, Sozopol hosts the Apolonia International Art Festival, which attracts artists and art lovers from all over the country and abroad. Apolonia Art Festival is rich in events and actually represents the first attempt at cultural tourism in Bulgaria - and still one of the best choices that kind of experience.
Another attraction in Sozopol is the isle of St. Ivan, situated just 2km away from the old town in northern direction. It’s the biggest Black Sea isle in Bulgarian territorial waters. The isle shelters a sonar lighthouse, which together with the lighthouse on the Emine cape shows the way to the Bourgas Bay. Once upon a time, the isle was a hiding place of pirates, latter it hosted a monastery called the Holy Virgin, which was later renamed into St. Ivan Prodromos. Near the isle of St. Ivan there’s a unique subaquatic phenomenon – a stone wood.
In Sozopol one can find plenty of restaurants. Among the most attractive places are Vyaturnata Melnitsa, Sozopol Tavern, Athens Tavern, Orpheus, Olymp, Stenata, Kladentsa, Lilia. Some of these are very interesting as they are built over ancient remains after detailed archaeological research and restorations.
The Port of Sozopol is used for passenger transportation, tours and cargo shipment. There are seven ship places and a harbour station with a checkpoint. Moreover, Sozopol offers yacht harbors and quays for fishing boats in the town of Sozopol. You can also take boat trips to the village of Chernomorets, the Atia Bay, or to the famous resort Dyouni.
Some 20km to the south from Sozopol is the Ropotamo River, where are declared two natural reserves - Vodna Lilia (water lily) and Velyov Vir. Via Pontica - the way of migrating birds flying to the south passes through here.
Contact us for more details. Reference No: 13873.