Villa "Sea Dream" is ideal for discerning holiday makers
are keen to avoid the "package holiday" resorts
want to get away from the noise and the crowds
will settle only for the highest quality accommodation
If that fits the bill, we are sure that you will find
everything you need for a perfect stay. All the amenities in
the villa are top of the range. Allow yourself to luxuriate
in green and tranquil surroundings overlooking the sea, away
from the herd, yet close enough to enjoy all the benefits of
Varna, Bulgaria's principal Black Sea town.
Locality, distances and transport alternatives:
The villa is located on the outskirts of Varna, around 5km north east from the city centre. The villa sits in the hills over the bay of Varna and affords a perfect view of the bay, Varna lake, city beaches and the port.
To the airport - 12 km - 25 min driving
To “Golden sands” sea resort – 8 km - 10 min driving
To “St.St. Constantine and Hellene” – 4 km – 7 min driving
To the city center – 5 km – 10 min driving
To the nearest city beach – 1,2 km – 15 min walking
The bus stops are located within a range of a 400 m max. The taxies as a rule come for about 3-5 min. A list of the recommendable taxi companies will be given by the landlord.
The villa is located on the outskirts of
Varna, around 5km north east of Varna city centre
towards one of the main Black Sea beach resorts, "Golden
The villa sits in the hills over the bay of
Varna and affords a perfect view of the bay, Varna lake
and the port. The drive from the airport is about half
VARNA - 26 CENTURIES LONG HISTORY
Varna was founded around the sixth century BC as a Greek colony by the name of Oddessos, which itself is built over a former Thracian settlement. The Romans then settled it and in particular made use of the nearby geothermal springs for their famous Roman baths. Indeed, the Roman bath in Varna is one of the most imposing in the Empire. It was re-named Varna by the Slavs in the seventh century and by the Middle Ages became a fortified town thriving on brisk sea trade. Several gold hoards have been discovered in the region and are displayed in the city's archaeological museum, including perhaps the oldest gold treasure ever found, being a 6,500 year old collection. The museum also houses a precious collection of orthodox icons from the 16th-19th century. Varna's orthodox Cathedral of the Assumption is one of the city's most impressive buildings.