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Offer № 057 / Actuality: 22-02-2011
 
Hotel Project Sozopol area
Country:
Bulgaria
Location:
Property:
Close to resort
Type:
Business Projects
Garden:
3081 sq.m.
Area:
1075 sq.m.
Price:
186000
INVESTMENTS PROJECT FOR FAMILY HOTEL: “BOUTIQUE COMPLEX”

STAGE: PERMISSION FOR BUILDING

LOCATION: SOUTH-EASTERN REGION

SITUATED NEAR THE FIRST CLASS ROAD I-9 / E87 EUROPEAN CATEGORIZATION / - ROMANIA/DURANKULAK – VARNA- BOURGAS-MARINKA-ZVEZDEC-MALKO TARNOVO/TURKEY. THIS ROAD SERVES MAINLY THE TRANSIT PASSAGES TO TURKEY.

DISTANCE FROM THE BEACH: 30 KM.

DISTANCE FROM MALKO TARNOVO/TURKEY: 45 KM.

OFFERED FOR SALE ARE: BUILDING PLOT OF LAND 3081 SQ.M. PLUS INVESTMENT PROJECT FOR A FAMILY HOTEL IN VILLAGE OF INDJE VOYVODA WITH BUILDING PERMISSION AND ARCHITECTURAL PLANS.

DESCRIPTION: The land is on a hill and bordered with forest and river. The distance to the road is 50 meters.
The hotel will include: Swimming pool, Restaurant, Bar, Reception, Fitness, 10 Hotel rooms, Jacuzzi and one Penthouse apartment.

Building para-metros:
Density: 14 %
Height: 7 m.
Kint 0.34
Green area: 50 %


LOCATION:
The picturesque village of Indje Voyvoda is situated at the foot of the Strandja mountains. Its beauty is a magnet for foreign tourists, interested in the famous nowadays country tourism. The village has been attracting many guests for 3 years now, mainly from France. Local people welcome them at the square with a pipe and ratshenitsa, after that they take the newcomers to the church of St.Ilia, built in the middle of XIX century. Then they invite them at the verandah to have a snack with a fresh-baked banitsa and traditional Bulgarian yoghurt. The most interesting moment for tourists is the way leading there – the vehicles are some carts, pulled by donkeys. This is an unforgettable memory for everybody. After the “ donkey experience” tourists become a part of the Bulgarian choro – a traditional folklore dance.
The village has kept its authentic view with the old wooden houses and cobbled streets. 83 of the local homes – from the type “Russian traditional house” – are announced Culture monuments. The foundations of a second Tolostoy colony were set near the village in 1923. /the first one was set in the village of Yasna Polyana/ . Indje Voyvoda offers tourist routes passing the paths of the Strandja mountains which lead to the historic place Sevrievsko kladentche, connected to the legendary person and defender of poor people – Indje Voyvoda. Another road takes you to Dervendjiiskata cheshma. Tourists and lovers of protected and rare types of birds may enjoy their life at the reserved area of “Tiasnata reka”. Typical scenery, rocky formations and a Karst spring can be seen at the reserved area Kazakov Vir. Remains of ancient settlements could be seen at the areas Gradishteto, Golemite tumbi, Derekyoi, Dabravka, Kaleto, Kusov tshiflik and Slamenik. Two necropolises are to be seen on the slopes of Mount Golesh East from the village. The first one consists of about 50 mounds, and the second one – of about 60. The mounds are low with stone axes.

Various types of tourism can be practiced here – ornithology, hunting, curing, and many others. Each of them is able to satisfy the high expectations of Bulgarian and foreign visitors.

Tiasnata reka /120 acres/ - category: reserved area. Location: the village of Varshilo and the village of Indje Voyvoda. It was announced reserved in 1994, in order to preserve the natural settlements of different bird species, included in the Bulgarian Red Book and the list of the threatened species in Europe.
Nature reserve “Kazakov Vir” has an area of 35.3 acres and it was created with the following purposes:
1. Preserving typical scenery, rocky formations and a Karst spring.
2. Preserving the natural settlements of rare flora and fauna species.
The area includes a part of the village of Indje Voyvoda, Municipality of Sozopol.
Announced and protected by Order No1008/04.08.2003.