29.08.2007 PERELIK YEAR-ROUND TOURIST CENTER PROJECT KICKS OFF IN FALL
Dnevnik a.m - 29.08.2007
The Perelik project, which is estimated at 300 mln euro, envisages the construction of winter sports and summer tourism venues and infrastructure upgrade of the area round the Rhodope's Perelik peak, Smolyan region, southern Bulgaria.
The investor’s top priorities are preservation of the environment and of the same architecture styles.
The future Perelik resort will include 200 km ski runs, 100 km cable car lines, covered parking lots, vacation, sports and entertainment facilities as well as a hotel and apartment complex.
The project was granted first class investment certificate in May 2006, which entitles the investor to state aid for building the adjacent infrastructure. The investor expects to get a building permit promptly.
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