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Company "BulSun Group" - your reliable partner

BulSun Group - the Best developer company in Sunny beach and Sveti Vlas. What we can offer you:

  • property in Bulgaria next to the sea;
  • spacious apartments at bargain prices​;
  • we offer you the best conditions for purchasing of real estate in Bulgaria;
  • constructions works on high level;
  • apartments on the beach;
  • location of our complexes - in the best places in Bulgaria Sunny beach and Sveti Vlas.
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Through the whole summer of 2017 company BULSUN GROUP gives oportunity to the buyers to have their own apartment by the sea with a huge price reduction. Do not miss the chance this summer to buy a spacious apartment in Villa Aristo Complex with sea view, only 100 m. from the beach in Sveti Vlas! Exceptional location all amenties for customers, new construction and a unique zone for rest and relaxation with an outdoor swimming pool placed on the roof of the building, all this provide the possibility for a cozy and comfortable holiday all year round. AVAILABLE APARTMENTS ...

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Bulgaria's Sunny Beach offers 'best value in Europe'

Sunny Beach in Bulgaria has been ranked as the most affordable resort in a Post Office study of 19 European destinations. The research found a basket of everyday items cost £37 at the Black Sea resort while the same goods in Ibiza, the most expensive destination, cost £131. It also found average prices for UK tourists had risen across Europe, partly because of the weaker pound. In March researchers looked at the cost of a basket of 10 tourist staples - from lunch to evening meals, drinks to sun cream - in 19 European beach destinations. After Sunny Beach, the goods were cheapest in the Algarve in Portugal at just over £58, followed by the Costa Del Sol in Spain at £61. The same goods cost £119 in Sorrento in Italy and £117 in Nice in France. Andrew Brown, a spokesman for Post Office Travel Money, said Sunny Beach's good value owed much to its food prices. "Over the course of a week's holiday, lunch and evening meals for two will cost less than around £175 in Sunny Beach but this could mushroom to over £600 in more expensive resorts in France or Italy." Average prices for Britons across the 19 resorts rose 17% in the year to March - partly because of the weakness of sterling since the Brexit vote, but also the rising popularity of some resorts. The biggest rises were in Zadar in Croatia, up 44%, the Lisbon coast in Portugal, up 29%, and Crete in Greece, up 29%. However, prices also fell in several destinations, with Sunny Beach down 10%, Mamaris in Turkey down 4%, and Paphos in Cyprus down 0.5%. Mr Brown said: "These resorts are trying to attract tourists and restaurants and hoteliers are prepared to drop their prices. "Also, in places like Turkey the local currency has actually fallen against sterling which makes them even more affordable." He said UK holidaymakers should do their "homework", as there were large price disparities between similar resorts within countries. For example, tourists in Spain could expect to pay 25% more for everyday items in the Costa Blanca - at £76 - than in the Costa del Sol. And at £89, prices in Majorca were 47% higher than in the Costa del Sol, although they were also almost a third cheaper than in Ibiza. The cheapest five resorts in March were: Sunny Beach, Bulgaria  Algarve, Portugal Costa del Sol, Spain Marmaris, Turkey Paphos, Cyprus The most expensive were: Ibiza, the Balearic Islands Sorrento, Southern Italy Nice, South of France Zadar, Croatia Lisbon coast, Portugal (BBC)

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European Parliament approves visa-free travel for Ukrainians

An EU bill allowing Ukrainians into the bloc for short stays without visas has been overwhelmingly backed by the European Parliament. Amid the conflict with Russia, the deal is a show of closer EU-Ukraine ties. The European Parliament on Thursday voted overwhelmingly in favor of enabling Ukrainians to travel to the EU without a visa. The proposed bill passed by a 521-75 margin - with 36 abstentions. Ukrainians who have biometric passports would be authorized to enter EU countries, except for the UK and Ireland, without a visa for 90 days in any 180-day period. Ukrainians will also be able to access non-EU countries Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland without a visa. Read: Ukraine slams Eurovision amid feud with Russia over entrant "Great day for the people of Europe and Ukraine," said Anna Maria Corazza Bildt, a Swedish member of the EU parliament. The legislation must still be formally approved by individual EU member states and should come into force in June. (Deutsche Welle)

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