The property is situated on good dirt road at the very end of a village, about only 300 meters to the wide and sandy beaches of Shkorpilovtsi resort, about 45 km to Varna airport, about 12km off the main road Varna-Burgas. The village is accessible all year round, benefits from many shops, restaurants, regular bus transport.
The two storey house offers 100 sq.m of accommodation and comprises as follows:
Living room 25 sq.m and kitchen 25 sq.m and bathroomWC outside staircase is leading up to the next floor
Two bedrooms 25 sq.m each, further bathroomWC and panoramic open sea view balcony
Two bedrooms three bedrooms possible
100 sq.m of accommodation
800 sq.m land
Good dirt road access
Local shops and cafe bars within 5 min walking distance
about 2km to the beach
about 12km off the main road Varna-Burgas
about 45km to Varna airport
NOTE: The house is in need of general modernization and improvement
ABOUT THE AREA:
Shkorpilovtsi is a small sea resort, located only 100 m away from one of the most beautiful beaches on the Northern Black Sea coast. Its proximity to the sea capital of Bulgaria Varna makes it a preferred holiday destination for many Bulgarian and foreign tourists.
The sand strip in Shkorpilovtsi is 13 km long and 100 m wide and it is the longest and the widest sand strip at Bulgarian Black Sea side. It is equally attractive to the guests of any of the lovely hotels there and to the camping fans. The region is an excellent example of ecologically clean region, which blends wild beaches and various types of woods in an unparalleled manner.
The village has approximately 720 people population. It lies about 42 km south of Varna and roughly 30 km north of Byala. Upon entering the village you will see numerous small holiday settlements, visited by many tourists.
Shkorpilovtsi boasts plenty of quiet spots, soaked with tradition, where you will be able to enjoy the magnificent nature, virgin beaches, to immerse in the special atmosphere of Bulgarian customs.
The Funduklijska River flows right next to the beach and to the bridge. The latter is an inviting place to watch the stunning sunset. The zone along the river is rich in mineral waters an indispensable premise for a high-quality spa resort.
The resort is set to develop rapidly, with plans announced recently for a 500 mln development of a 25,000-30,000 bed resort backed by investors from Switzerland, Belgium, Germany and the UK. The resort will cover 210 hectares and will include a marina and a stadium. Works have already started on the construction of 1,000 residential homes and a 500-bed five-star hotel.
.. A lot of the tourist places we found to be overcrowded that is until on the last day we found Shkorpilovtsi. The beach is stunning and although there are some run down chalets close to the beach the potential of the are is enormous
. A lot of the villages around there look like they have been in the a war, everything was falling down. Even if you found something with potential the next door neighbours look like a scrap yard, half the gardens are used for growing food and they tend these gardens with passion but the other half has nothing but rubbish in it. But if you follow the road inland from Shkorpilovtsi it is a very different matter, villages are rustic but are looked after a lot better.
..My last stop, within hours of leaving for home was Shkorpilovtsi. How I cheered up! This is the most unspoilt, undeveloped beautiful beach I have seen for a long time.
Ok, it has a couple of run down camping sites, but the majority of these people are poor farming people and cannot afford our prices - they need holidays too, and it is their country. It is surrounded by farming land with a small local village, there are one or two hotels and there is another right on the beach. It also has the Kamchia National Park, which means it will never be a really built up area. This is not a typical tourist resort - but for me that is a bonus. If you want a lively resort, go to Golden Sands, if you want a peaceful chill out holiday in tranquil surroundings with wonderful beach, try this ..
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