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Grand Martinez Apart Hotel, Sozopol
Sea View Main building Pool Main gate Garden Lobby bar garden and sea fitness centre restaurant Sauna Indoor pool Restaurant outside Bedroom Living-room Apartment layout
ID: C-30
All locations: Sozopol
Enquire about this complex » Category: Land and Business
€ 11900000 - € 11900001
Distance to sea: < 100 m.


Grand Martinez Apart Hotel 

The Apart-Hotel "Martinez" is a comfortable de-luxe self-contained holiday club featuring 130 luxury furnished apartments with widest range of facilities in the beautiful seaside resort.

The complex offers variety of services and has vast green areas leading straight to the beach. 24/7 medical aid and security is granted to the guests.

"Grand Martinez" is located 30 m from the sea. The complex features several stylish buildings with different height, thus ensuring excellent sea and pool views. Total area is 18 500 sq.m., which represent 130 apartments from 30 to 230 sq.m. in size.

The interior & furnishing are up to the standard of a 4-star de-luxe hotel.
Every apartment includes: air conditioner, telephone line, LCD TV, Internet connection, kitchen with fridge, balcony with sea or pool views.

The complex includes the following facilities:

  • a restaurant
  • a billiards bar, a sky bar and a lobby bar
  • indoor and outdoor swimming pools
  • sauna & spa facilities
  • mini golf
  • a fitness center
  • a children's room
  • a billiards hall
  • a launderette
  • 24/7 medical aid
Sozopol - a crossroad of various nations and cultures
Sozopol is situated at the southern end of Bourgas Bay, 34 km from Bourgas -the third largest Bulgarian city with an international airport. The transfer from the airport takes less than 30 minutes.
Sozopol is regarded as the oldest and the most artistic town on the Black Sea Southern Coast because of its atmosphere and lifestyle. The town is divided into two parts called the New and the Old Town. The latter is picturesquely situated on a rocky peninsular.
Ancient Sozopol was founded in 610 B.C. as a Greek colony of the polis of Millets. A number of ancient monuments dating from that period, which can be seen in the town?s archaeological museum, have been preserved to present day - ceramic amphorae, ancient anchors, coins.
The excavated ancient remains and those of the mediaeval Christian period in the central part of the Old Town are remarkable and worth visiting. This archaeological complex contains exhibits from several historical periods, the oldest of which date back to the time of the first inhabitants. The architectural wealth of Old Sozopol is the 46 traditional houses from the period of the Bulgarian Revival and the Christian chapels half-built in the ground.
In the vicinity of he town there are a few nature reserves and conservation areas. On the island of Saint Ivan tourists can see the ruins of St. Ioan Precursor Monastery built 6 centuries ago. In the sea off this island there is a unique underwater natural phenomenon known as the stone forest. No further than 10 km to the south of Sozopol are the nature reserves of Water Lilies and the Ropotamo River. The conservation area of Kolokita is between Rayski Zaliv and the Kavatsite Campsite. It features a fascinating combination of picturesque scenery, cliffs, fiords and marine aquavatoria.
Sozopol has two passenger ports. Thanks to its southern location, the sunshine days here last from the beginning of May to October. Apart from the two large beaches - Southern and Northern, the fans of water sports, windsurfing and scuba diving can find excellent conditions for sport in the attractive secluded little beaches to the south.
Sozopol is a popular tourist destination, famous with the artistic community of Bulgaria, as well as the numerous foreign tourists who visit it. Every year at the beginning of September, the town hosts the Apolonia Arts Festival, which is undoubtedly the greatest event in the field of cultural tourism.


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