Here is the easternmost point of Bulgaria and the beginning of the spacious northern Black Sea tale! 70-meter cliff rocks, 25 km of rocky coast, bizzare stones and rock shapes, nature reserves, antique villages and a truly extensive sip of sea stretching to the Shabla Lighthouse await you !
The area keeps secrets and tells legends! One of them is for the mythical Lysimachus' tresure hidden near the archaeological and nature reserve Yailata which was not found so far!
According to another legand, somewhere in the north area the legendary the "Black Prince" has wrecked and sunk. The ship was owned by the British Queen and was carrying the remunerations of the Soldiers from the Crimean War. The rumor tells that the ship has long been discovered, but there are still divers who doubt it. In the summer, lonely divers can often be seen, changing their diving points in search of untold riches!
To the north of the nose abundant remains of medieval ships can be seen and diversity of underwater caves can be visited!
Unique coast in red colors and steep cliffs, descending over 20 meters down to the sea, with many whimsical caves combine with transparent seawater. This offers to the visitors of Tyulenovo the wonderful opportunity to combine between sea fishing, rock climbing, underwater diving and diver training.
The most attractive diving spot on the northern Black Sea coast is located only at 3 km north of the village of Tyulenovo in Suvata bay, and is known as Rezishteto. Just 50 years ago, the bay was used as a place for cutting ships. Old, rejected ships were pushed and stuck in the rocks, and then cut for scrub.
Today, there are still ships that hide secrets and stories! The place itself is extremely suitable for beginner divers, because the depth drops smoothly to the remains themselves. Even from the shore you can see a sunken ship - its engine protrudes about 2 m above the water!
To the north of Shabla and Ezerets, wooden ships remains still exist, dating back to the 17th-18th centuries. They are interesting to be seen, nevertheless thier troughs are only partially preserved as they are underwater for so long time.
Quite close to the village of Ezerets is the unique Neolithic village near the Durankulak Lake. It was inhabited by the first agriculturists who have settled on the continent. The first stone buildings found in Europe dates from 5200 BC.
In front of the Cape Shabla a Russian submarine has sunk, which is sealed by our military men at the Russia's request. Diving is not allowed in this place because a lot of mines lying around it. Dated from the First and Second World War, they are still active and pose great danger. The submarine hatches were sealed and welded, keeping its secrets and telling legends!