Bulgarian House offers to your attention an EXCLUSIVE OFFER! Wonderful rural property for sale only 15 km away from our beautiful Black Sea town of Kavarna.
The house is 100 square meters, one-storey, solid, brick with a new roof, garage and a beautiful veranda of solid wood. There are outbuildings in the yard as well as a massive fence. The yard is very well maintained with many flowers and fruit trees. It consists of two bedrooms, kitchen with living room, wardrobe and another dining room. Sold furnished. The village is quiet, there are several properties purchased by European citizens.
Location of the village which is close to the following resorts and cities:
Kavarna is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, Dobrich District. It is also the administrative center of Kavarna municipality.
It is located in the easternmost part of the Danube plain and falls on the Dobrudzha coast.
It is located 64 km from the city of Varna and 49 km from the city of Dobrich on the main road E-79. The population is about 11,855 inhabitants. The town has a small marina, a fishing base, a spacious beach and a resort complex, formed by the bay, formed by a small river with the charming name Valley of the Avlig.
The cut limestone rocks and the whole coast are extremely picturesque, especially if viewed from the interior of the sea.
The relief is flat, to flat - hilly. Over 75% of the municipal territory is occupied by fertile arable land.
The picturesque Kavarna coast is 42 km away. The total area of its beaches is 74,000 square meters.
Cape Kaliakra is protruding 2 km into the sea. It is located 8 km from the village of Balgarevo, Kavarna municipality. The cape is a nature and archeological reserve. The Aristotelian cormorant nests there and dolphins can be seen. In the IV century BC. here grows the village of Tirizis, named after the local Thracian tribe Tirizi. According to the ancient Greek historian and geographer Starbon, here, the viceroy of Alexander the Great - Lysimachus deployed his army in the war with the Black Sea cities - colonies, where he hid a treasure of forty loads of gold. During the Roman era the fortress grew under the name of Acros Castellum (fortified cape) - water supply, baths, fortress walls, public buildings were built. Many architectural remains of fortress walls, medieval churches, Roman baths, aqueducts, tombs, public buildings have been preserved.
The Yaylata Reserve
Yayla is a national archeological reserve. It is a seaside terrace, separated from the Dobrujan plateau by 50-60 meters of rock massifs. Yayla is a unique place that combines archaeological remains with natural resources. Here is a cave settlement of over 100 caves from the V millennium BC. From antiquity are preserved sanctuary, sacrificial stones, wineries, four necropolises of rock tombs dug into the rock massif, preserved and partially restored fortress from V-VI century after Christ and other cultural monuments. In the Middle Ages the caves were used as a monastery complex. On the walls of some of them there are proto-Bulgarian signs - runes, crosses and stone icons.
Rusalka Holiday Village
Rusalka Holiday Village is located 20 km east of the town of Kavarna in the unique nature reserve "Bird's Bay" and north of Cape Kaliakra. In highly urbanized Europe, the region of "Mermaid" is one of the few preserved wild steppes of the continent today. Extremely beautifully cut rocky shore, small sheltered sandy beaches, centuries-old oaks and plant species attract millions of birds and turn the "bird's bay" into an oasis of untouched nature for centuries. Numerous archeological monuments, the oldest of which are from 8000 years ago, turn the coast of "Rusalka" into a unique archeological reserve. Ancient and medieval fortresses, rock tombs, caves, sacrificial stones and today are a center of attraction for scientists and professionals from around the world.