Stunning 3 Bedroom Villa in Bulgaria
This Stunning Property is situated in the Bulgarian City of Balchik and has panoramic sea views and only walking distance from the sea
Garden with Fruit Trees
Off Street Parking
15 mins from the Botanical Gardens
Plot of Land which is also included in the price of the property
About the Area:
Balchik is a Black Sea coastal town and a seaside resort in the Southern Dobruja area of northeastern Bulgaria. it is located in Dobrich Province, 35 km southeast of Dobrich and 42 km northeast of Varna. The town sprawls scenically along hilly terraces descending from the Dobruja plateau to the sea. it is often called “The white city” because of the white color of the hills.
The Art gallery is also an interesting place for visiting. After the returning of South Dobdudzha to Bulgaria in 1940 the gallery was closed, and the exponents were taken to Romania. Restoration of the cultural institution began in the 1960s. Nowadays, works of art created by multiple Bulgarian authors are exhibited on an area of 800 square meters. There is a foreign art hall and other two halls which accommodate temporary exhibitions on its first floor. A central place in the foyer of the second floor is occupied by the statue of God Dionysus. Here is the permanent exposition of the gallery. There are more than 1500 works of art made by Bulgarian and foreign authors in the gallery fund.
The sea resort of Albena is situated in close proximity to Balchik. The two destinations are connected by a sea shore alley called Dambata. it begins from the yacht port, passes by the Palace and reaches Albena, as its total length is 7300 meters.
The Monastery Ak Yazala Baba – St. Atanas is situated at a distance of 16 km from Balchik, near the village of Obrochishte. The local people call it the Tekke (a dervish monastery). it was built in the 16th century, but it was visited by Christians and Muslims as well. The Muslims consider a patron of the monastery the Muslim saint Akyazala Baba. After his death the dervishes built a Tekke, around which the village of Tekiedzhik (today’s village of Obrochishte) was built. On this place the Christians honor St. Atanasius the Great. They believe that there was a monastery here once, which was turned by the Muslims into a dervish sanctuary, and St. Atanasius was murdered by the Ottomans while he was defending his faith. Nowadays visitors can see two buildings – the turbe (tomb), in the middle of which is the grave of Akyazala Baba, and the imaret – the place where the monks were performing their rituals and had accommodated travelers. The buildings have similar architecture – a construction of seven walls, with a rectangular anteroom stuck to one of its walls. The imaret roof was demolished during the war between Russia and Turkey in 1768 – 1774.
There are three modern golf courses in close proximity to Balchik. There are also other interesting places in the region – the village of Kranevo, the rock capital of Bulgaria – town of Kavarna, as well as many camping sites. The reservation of the Kaliakra fortress is also near. Balchik and the region around it offer diverse accommodation, catering and entertainment options.
There is no doubt, however, that Balchik is most popular for its possibilities for sea tourism. The beautiful beaches in the region around the town, as well as the fresh nature attract many tourists in the summer months.