Durankulak beach / LoRa Photography

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Durankulak is the most northeastern point in Bulgaria and is situated 6 km south of the Bulgarian-Romanian border.

Protected site Durankulak Lake is one of the best-preserved coastal wetlands in Bulgaria with international importance for the protection of over 260 endemic, rare and endangered species of plants and animals.

The lake is a Ramsar Convention Site. A part of Shabla lakes complex, which is the biggest wintering ground of the Red-breasted Goose in the world and one of the most important sites for the wintering of the White-fronted Goose in Europe, the lake is also a habitat of the most numerous population of the Ferruginous Duck along the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, and has the only preserved population of Wild Carp in Bulgaria.