Iglika 1 , Golden Sands

€ 55000
Status: Viewing Arranged

Appreciating Assets is delighted to offer this modern luxury Studio apartment to the market .

Located in the heart of the Golden Sands Resort , this much sought after development complex is a joy to behold .

With a strong and established rental market this area will offer any purchaser both a great investment and ideal holiday destination .

Viewing of this property comes highly recommended as we are confident that this property which has been so realistically priced will not stay available for long !

For any further details on this property or to arrange a viewing please do not hesitate to contact a member of our professional sales team who will be delighted to assist you in English , Bulgarian , Russian or Greek sales@appreciatingassets.ie

Golden Sands (Bulgarian: Златни пясъци, Zlatni pyasatsi) is a major seaside resort town on the northern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, adjacent to a national park of the same name in the municipality of Varna.

Located 17 km north of downtown Varna, it is virtually connected to the city by a continuous swath of resorts and villa communities. It is a popular tourist destination, drawing many visitors from RomaniaUkrainePolandGermany, the United KingdomRussiaScandinaviaFrance, Central and Eastern Europe, the Persian GulfIsrael, and other countries.

Golden Sands is served by several regular bus lines of the Varna public transit system. Buses 9, 89 and 109 connect the resort to Varna Railway Station, bus 409 connects to Varna International Airport via the city centre and buses 209 and 309 connect to other areas of Varna.


Resort development started in 1957 and in about two decades, the place was transformed into a modern holiday complex with numerous hotels (many open year-round), villas, apartment buildings, spa centres, restaurants, clubs, casinos, attractions, shopping centres, and sports facilities, including a yacht marina, a horse riding school, and the Aquapolis water park. Golden Sands was privatized in the 1990s and attracted considerable investment through the 2000s. Designed initially for 13,000 hotel beds, it had over 30,000 beds reported in 2007; according to Varna Tourist Chamber sources, the actual number was significantly higher [1], by some unverified critical estimates even approaching 90,000. [2] Currently, most hotels offer all inclusive vacations but there are also concerted efforts to reposition the resort as a high-end destination.