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Price £71,632
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Byala is situated in Eastern Bulgaria near the border of Varna region with Burgas region. The closest town, situated at a distance of about 5 km, is Obzor. Varna is situated at a distance of approximately 50 km north from Byala, and Burgas – at a distance of approximately 80 km south from Byala. Irakli camp, one of the most untrodden spots at the Black Sea Coast, is located about 20 km to the south. The economic structure of the municipality is characterized with the development of tourism and agriculture. The most important elements of the natural resources of the town of Byala are the sea and its coast, the mountain with its forest and other mountain resources. These factors together with the lack of significant natural resources, besides the ones related to the sea, direct the development of the region in the area of tourism – elite marine tourism, including yacht tourism, combined with rural and hunting tourism. Transport: The first-class road I-9 Varna-Burgas passes through the municipality. The construction of the highway Varna-Burgas is expected to be implemented. The coastal line of the municipality is characterized with a combination of a rocky coast, small bays and beach strips with sand dunes. The coast is steep and indented, which leads to a serious restriction of the beach potential, but on the other hand makes it more attractive, which is a precious resort resource. The total length of the sea shore is 14 300 m, or 3% from the total length of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. The larger part of the beach has an east, north-east and south-east exposition, which offers more optimal conditions for sun radiation. The existing port of Byala, which is currently being constructed, created conditions for equipping a yacht and a commercial port, which can perform the following functions: accepting passenger hydro-buses and hydroplanes; hitting the beach and performing re-loading operations from and to small commercial vessels; accepting tourist yachts – a yacht marine; equipping a pier for cutters and boats, which will serve the beach strip; equipping a pier for fishing boats; These main functions, which port Byala will be able to perform in the future, will create conditions for the development of passenger and commercial navigation and tourism. A preliminary design and a working design have been developed for the construction of the port.

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