Luxury Apartment Bodjaka (Panorama J3)
This holiday complex is one of the finest in the Budjaka area of Sozopol. Sozopol itself is considered the most beautiful resort on the Blacksea coast and Budjaka, the rocky cape just to the south, is an exclusive residential area of this town. There are many fine private villas with landscaped gardens and small holiday complexes, The Panorama complex is 10 minutes walk from the town centre. And is therefore convienetly located close to all the shops, bars and restaurants. At the same time it just far enough away from the night clubs to be quiet and restful at night. All our apartments in this complex have great views of the sea and the town of Sozopol across a small sandy bay. The complex has well maintained gardens with flowers and trees. The apartments form a semi circle around the gardens and at the end of the garden is a private swimming pool with a bar and BBQ. In front of the pool is a small beach with private steps down a small cliff to the sea. Each apartment is well equiped and furnished to a high standard, Each has it's own private balcony with views of the beach and sea. There are less than 30 apartments in the complex so it has a homely feel with not too many people using the amenities.
In both the Old and New towns there are many small restaurants with sea and harbour views, The prevailing prices in Bulgaria makes eating out every day an affordable pleasure. The cuisine is Balkan but with a national Bulgarian twist. Many salads are always available made from local produce. There are many grilled dishes as well as traditional hotpots and local specialities. Almost all the restaurants have Lunch Time Menu. Many of the main courses are less than 2 pounds. Indeed a 3 course meal with a drink can be under a fiver. There are many beach activites from paragliding to pedalos. Interests for young and old. Much more than a beach resort, Sozopol has some thing for everyone,
Sozopol is town distinct towns known as the Old Town and the New Town,
Sozopol old town is rightly considered as the St Tropez of the Black Sea. In character it is a Greek fishing village, and the locals consider themselves descended from Greeks and even speak their own version of Greek! The town itself is over 2,500 years old and was home to Thacians, Greeks, Romans and finally Bulgarians. Some carefully preserved ruins do indeed date back well over 2000 years. So one can truely say Sozopol is steeped in history. The old Greko Romand city walls surround 200 year old National Revival style Bulgarian houses. The original character and charm of the place has been preserved and there is a lack of commercialisation.
The New Town is more commercial in character but it has only one Hotel with more than 100 rooms. Most building are private houses which rent out rooms in the summer. The New Town has two sandy beaches with many beach bars. In both the Old and New towns there are many sm