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.
A special eco trail alongside the lake was built where you can observe the natural beauty of the reserve and watch the numerous types of birds inhabiting the area. There is also a Green Educational centre on site.
A great destination for an outing with kids. For more information, please call +359 893 501 354.