Friday, 14 December 2012

Building of the Year Award 2012

Rob Downham and Julian Georgiev receiving their awards.

The official presentation ceremony of the eleventh edition of the 'Building of the Year' awards took place at the Kempinski Hotel Zografski in Sofia, Bulgaria.

At the gala-dinner prestigious statuettes were presented to investors, architects and builders of the most remarkable new and reconstructed buildings in Bulgaria during 2012.

We are pleased to announce that Geshaview has been voted the best building in Bulgaria in the 'Hotels and Holiday Complexes' category.

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Music gets started at Geshaview

The Geshaview Courtyard Theatre starts its musical life with a music and sound test by the band STOM.

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

The Courtyard at Geshaview in bloom

After 3 weeks of continuous rain (unusual for Bulgaria at this time of year) we are seeing the colours of Geshaview starting to explode on to the scene...

For more of the recent pictures of Geshaview in the spring have a look at our gallery on the Geshaview website:

Wednesday, 9 May 2012

The Courtyard at Geshaview

The Courtyard at the Geshaview village in Bulgaria is nearing completion.
This gallery of pictures gives an up-to-date view of progress so far.

To discover more about what is planned for the Geshaview Courtyard visit
our website:

Thursday, 3 May 2012

Spring comes to Geshaview...

Although Bulgaria had a very harsh winter with temperatures of -20ºC the spring sunshine brings out the greens of the trees coming into leaf.
This gallery of pictures was taken by Julian on the 29 April 2012.

To see a gallery of pictures of Geshaview in the spring (and summer, autumn and winter) visit our website:

Thursday, 1 March 2012

Good health and luck for the coming year!

On the first day of March and for a while afterwards, Bulgarians exchange and wear white and red tassels or small dolls called "Pizho and Penda". In Bulgarian folklore, Baba Marta (or Grandma March) is a grumpy old lady whose moods change rapidly.

This is an old pagan tradition that remains almost unchanged today. The common belief is that by wearing the red and white colours of the martenitsa people ask Baba Marta for mercy.
The hope is that winter will pass faster and bring spring. A Martenitsa is usually worn pinned on the clothes or tied around the wrist. The tradition calls for wearing the martenitsa until the person sees a blossoming tree.

Some people tie their martenitsa on a branch of a fruit tree, thus giving the tree health and luck, which the person wearing the martenitsa has enjoyed himself while wearing it.

The colours of the martenitsa are interpreted as symbols of purity and life, as well as the need for harmony in Nature and in people's lives.

Friday, 10 February 2012

The snow at Geshaview

After a period of sub zero temperatures and heavy snowfall, the sun came out and the snow started to melt. The pictures below give a flavour of just how deep the snow was.
Picturesque view of the village.

Melting snow creates a half frozen waterfall.

The pathway to the office shows how deep the snow was.

A video of picture taken earlier this month can be seen on the Geshaview YouTube channel.

Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Heavy snowfalls blanket Geshaview...

Bulgaria is suffering a very harsh winter with temperatures of -20ºC. Heavy snow and torrential rains have cut off electricity, stranded people, cars, buses and lorries. Geshaview is under a thick blanket of snow. This gallery of pictures was taken on the 7 February 2012.

To see a gallery of pictures of Geshaview in the winter (and spring, summer and autumn) visit our website:

Thursday, 19 January 2012

White Christmas and New Year at Geshaview

Geshaview had a white Christmas and snowy start to 2012.
This gallery of pictures, taken over the past couple of weeks shows how picturesque the village looks.

For more pictures and information about Geshaview have a look at our website:

Thursday, 12 January 2012

Geshaview at the end of 2011

The past year saw the landscaping at Geshaview continuing with the construction of the bridge and pond as well as the stone walling and paths for access to the View Cafe. The roads and pathways around the village were also completed. Work on the Courtyard continued with the cobble stone flooring being laid and the balconies and balustrading installed. The interiors of the shops were also prepared for use.
We take a brief tour of the village to see how it has matured during 2011.

We would welcome you to Geshaview in Bulgaria during 2012 so you can experience the natural surroundings that we have preserved and created.

Visit the Geshaview website to see our picture gallery and discover more about holiday options and the property pages for the investment opportunities in the apartments and houses.