Sightseeing: Dourankoulak Moor
The Dourankoulak Moor is the farthest northern place of interest along the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. Its distance to the Dourakoulak village and the border with Romania is less than 6 km. The distance to Varna is 82 km. A gritty natural mound separates the moor from the sea, though these still remain connected via a canal.
About this place:
It is famous for hosting a number of marsh birds, including such enlisted in the Red Book of Bulgarian fauna. Unfortunately, the beautiful fauna makes the moor a very attractive place for hunters regardless of the fact that some of the bird species are protected. It is not only nature that attracts visitors to this place - the remains of the largest Eneolithic settlement in Europe have been excavated on the big island in the Dourankoulak Moor. Another attractive moor for hunters - the Shabla Lake - is located a few kilometers south of Dourankolak, between the village of Ezeretz and the town of Shabla.
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