The Sunny Day tourist complex is located 10 km northeast from the city of Varna, the sea pearl of Bulgaria in the immediate vicinity of the Saints Constantine and Helena resort. Varna is a business, economic and cultural centre known throughout the world. It boasts extensive transport infrastructure and facilities: by air, water, land and railway, and has a rich architectural, historical and cultural heritage.
Superbly situated right on the very sea shore in a beautiful nature reserve that features a unique combination of calm and warm sea, with centuries old forests spreading down to a golden fine-sand beach, plus a magical blend of sea breeze and fresh air from the woods the Sunny Day complex is a haven of peace and quiet.
There are two prestige hotels in the complex: “Marina****” and “Palace*****”, situated on a total area of 110,000 m², with a total of 715 beds. The climate is very favourable and similar to that of the Mediterranean resorts. The average temperature in 23-24°C, and the sea water temperature in the summer is 24-25°C, with 1700 hours of sunshine from May to September.
The hotels have an excellent infrastructure, indoor and outdoor mineral water pools, a modern balneology centre with various water attractions, a children’s club, excursion and entertainment programmes as well as sports, conference and congress facilities.
Another aim of the project is to develop further the present activities through quality tourist services and excellent management of the hotels and the whole complex.
Project for luxury apartment hotel and mini-complex of luxury villas
Sveti Vlas has grown as a tourist resort in recent times, serving as a quieter alternative to nearby Sunny Beach. The gap between the two places is
shrinking as more hotels and holiday apartments are built along the coast.
The resort was popular primarily amongst inland Bulgarian tourists, but the number of foreign tourists has been growing rapidly in recent times, mainly from Russia, but also from Great Britain, Poland, Romania and Scandinavia.
Saint Vlas can be reached by shuttle bus - it is just 15 minutes away from any of the three aqua parks and one large marina with a capacity of 300 yachts -- 50 of which of royal class over 25 meters. Burgas, the main city of the southern coast, is located only 30 minutes away from Saint Vlas. Bourgas Airport is just 25 km away
Svilengrad is a town in southern Bulgaria, and is located close to the tri-country border (Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey). It is about 70km, 150km and 300km southeast from Haskovo, Plovdiv and Sofia respectively, 2km north of the Greek border and 14km northwest of the Turkish border, 30km and 265km north-west of Adrianople (Edirne) and Istanbul. Svilengrad is one of the gateways to Bulgaria. It is an important transport hub transited by panEuropean transport corridors 4, 9 and 10.
The property is located 7km away from the town of Svilengrad in the direction of the Turkish border, 7km from the checkpoint – Kapitan Andreevo. It is accessible by the national Svilengrad – Kapitan Andreevo road, with a bypass to the E80 motorway 2km away. The property is in close proximity to the Greek and Turkish border crossings, the Svilengrad Free Duty Zone and the international railway station.
Trends and opportunities for investors and buyers?
Based on the above and in line with the current market situation in the region, the property might be restructured as:
Vidin is the westernmost important port on the Bulgarian Danube, situated on one of the southernmost sections of the Danube River. The New Europe Bridge, completed in 2013, connects Vidin to the Romanian town of Calafat on the opposite bank of the Danube.
The Pan-European Corridor IV runs between Germany and Turkey passing through Bulgaria. The corridor is the shortest road link between Greece and Central Europe on EU territory. It bypasses the countries of the former Yugoslavia and the former Brotherhood and Unity Highway (now part of Pan-European Corridor X). The Vidin–Calafat Bridge across Danube River is an important part of the route. It is one of only two bridges that connects Romania and Bulgaria.
“RO-RO SO MAT - VIDIN” is located in an area of 68,000 m2 on km 792.7 on the River Danube. Its main entrance is adjacent to the E79 motorway. The surface is paved with safe-bearing capacity of 491,2 t/m². The berth width allows for anchoring and handling of two ships simultaneously. 23 bollards and 200 ship-gripping shackles facilitate the safe, accident-free positioning of the ships. The terminal is fully surrounded by a high fence with electronic warning system. The safety and protection of cargo at the terminal is provided by security guarding. The terminal has two security stands located at the entrance/exit and just next to the ship docking position. The qualified and well-trained staff, as well as the experience gained over 27 years of operation, guarantee effective and safe cargo handling.
The “RO-RO SOMAT – VIDIN” office houses a Customs office. A Passport and Visa Border Control office and the Vidin Ro-Ro control agency of the Lom “Maritime Administration” are right next to the terminal.
Main features of the port:
The terminal has two security stands located at the entrance/exit and just next to the ship docking position. Qualified and well-trained staff are available.
Advantages of the location
Forecasts show that river transport on the Danube may reach 12% of the total in the future (Y3+)
A few minutes drive from the capital (Sofia), BNS is offering a multifunctional site of about 9,700m² (104,000 square ft.)
The property contains, amongst others, seven empty buildings, for establishing a private kindergarten.
There is a strong demand for private schooling in the capital area Investments in such ventures have massive potential.