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4th Golf course near Balchik in planning


€ 5,000,000


4th Golf course near Balchik in planning

5000 sqm price 500000

4th Golf course near Balchik in planning

Dobrich Bulgaria

We are selling Building land with good sea view in the village Momchil Dobrich

A town and seaside resort, situated terrace-like on a small bay on the
Black Sea, Balchik

004 km Monchil to Balchik,

038 km Varna to Balchik,

031 km North of Varna,

037 km south-east of Dobrich

500 km East from Sofia.

This new golf course is to be built in Momchil villa area between
Albena resort and Balchik neighboring the main Varna – Constantsa
(Romania) road.
The golf course would be built on a territory of more than 1,500
decares, 840 decares of which the golf course itself. The rest of the
terrain would be used for technical infrastructure, administrative and
commercial buildings, 6 floor hotel and about 700 residential units.
The golf course would have its own helicopter landing platform and

The building land that our office is selling is in the golf course
with sea View 5000 sqm

2 plots of land next to each other

2000 sqm plot one

3000 sqm plot one

Third in significance Bulgarian port after Varna and Bourgas, used for
medium-size passenger and trade vessels. Balchik Population of 13 500.
It springs to life towards the end of the 6th C. B.C. as the ancient
Greek colony Crunoi (later Dionysopolis) in place of a Chalcolithic
(4th-3rd millennium B.C.) and a Thracian (1st millennium B.C.)
settlement. The exceptional view of the town from the sea impressed
the great Ovid who exclaimed: "O white stone town, I salute thee for
thy inimitable beauty!".

The Milesian colonists believed that the goddess of beauty, Aphrodite,
was born there out of the sea foam.

The spouting karst springs gave the town its first name Krunoi
(meaning spring or source in Old Greek).

The next name was Dionysopolis. During the Middle Ages the town was
named after the local feudal lord, Balik In Roman times it has the
statute of a municipius. Later on it was included in the territory of
Bulgaria. In 13th - 14th century it moved to Dzhina Bair, a natural

It was ruled by the Boyar Balik, and so it was called Balchik. After
the Crimean War (1853 - 1856) the town flourished and grew into a big
corn-trading centre. After the Balkan War in 1913 it was included in
the territories of Romania. Struck by the natural beauty of the place
Queen Maria built a palace and a botanical garden, a chapel and a
villa complex for the Romanian aristocrats.

The town turned into a luxurious resort at that time. After 1940
Balchik was again included in Bulgarian territory.

The town has many historic and natural attractions, narrow beach
strips, hotels, camping grounds.

Apart from the palace, the palace complex and the botanical garden -
the biggest and most diverse in the Balkans, the town is attractive to
tourists with its ancient atmosphere that has been preserved for
centuries now.

It is interesting to walk along and observe the Tatar Quarter with the
pebbled streets and the houses made of stone and adobe.


Property ID: 50548

Size of land:
5000 m²




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Zack Qureshi
Phone: 07988744886

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