The Vineyards Complex offers modern furnished apartments with air conditioning, TV, kitchenette, refrigerator, coffee maker, microwave and cutlery. The luxury suites are spacious and comfortable, ensuring your comfort and complete rest.

The complex has numerous green areas. The security of the guests is guaranteed – the access of people and vehicles in the village is controlled by 24 hour security. Proximity to Nessebar and Sunny Beach allows the use of the services and entertainment options that they offer Appreciating Assets is delighted to offer to the market this exclusive ground floor apartment . The apartment itself is a 35 m2 , which contains 1 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. What makes this apartment such a worthwhile investment is that is also comes with its own garden , which stretches to an additional 20 m2 making this an ideal holiday home.


 The Vineyards development is a 5 Star resort in Aheloy near Nessebar set amongst rolling hills on a 14 acre plot with stunning views. It features studio 1 & 2 bedroom apartments, villas and a small hotel complex. As expected with a resort of this calibre you’ll find a luxury spa & fitness centre, indoor & outdoor swimming pools, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and beauty salon. 

The Vineyards is an exceptionally built development which is close to all amenities.



 Viewing this property is highly recommended , please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have and we will be happy to answer you in English , Bulgarian , Russian or Greek.  

  • 5 minutes to the sea
    • 12 minutes to the World Heritage town of Old Nessebar
    • 15 minutes from Bourgas Airport
    • 15 minutes to the miles of crystal sandy beaches of Sunny Beach.
    • Over 100 restaurants, nightlife and casinoes.
    • 20 minutes to the centre of the Southern Black Sea coast town of Bourgas
    • Within easy reach of every major attraction 

Aheloy is a charming town located on the eastern coast of Bulgaria in Pomorie Municipality of Burgas Province. This quaint town is situated between the bustling tourist centres of Nesebar, Slanchev Bryag, and Sveti Vlas to the north, and the major port city of Burgas to the south. With a population of 2,175 residents as of 2006, Aheloy is a peaceful and serene seaside resort that offers a unique experience to tourists.

The town has a rich history dating back to the Middle Ages when the Bulgarian Emperor Simeon I led a devastating blow to the Byzantine army in one of the bloodiest battles in the region in 917. More than 90,000 men perished in the battle, with 70,000 of them being Byzantines. In the decades following the Battle of Anchialus, the Bulgarian Empire enjoyed a territorial extent, covering most of the Balkan peninsula. The river Aheloy flows into the Black Sea south of the town, making it a perfect spot for water sports enthusiasts.

Aheloy has a pleasant climate with warm summers and mild winters, making it an ideal destination for tourists throughout the year. The town is blessed with stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and lush greenery, providing a tranquil setting for visitors to unwind and enjoy the serene atmosphere. Aheloy offers visitors a unique blend of relaxation and adventure, with a wide range of water sports, hiking, and cycling trails.

In 2009, Aheloy was officially proclaimed a town by the Government of Bulgaria, making it one of the newest municipalities in the country. The town's infrastructure has improved significantly since then, with better roads, modern buildings, and improved services. Additionally, Aheloy Nunatak in Antarctica is named after the town, making it a popular destination for tourists interested in adventure and exploring.

In conclusion, Aheloy is a hidden gem on the eastern coast of Bulgaria, with its rich history, stunning beaches, pleasant climate, and unique blend of relaxation and adventure. It offers visitors an experience that is distinct from other tourist centres in the region, making it an ideal destination for those seeking peace, tranquillity, and a touch of adventure.

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