Durankulak is located 100km north of Varna of and it is part of Shabla Municipality. The place is a great combination of history and nature. A necropolis rich in artifacts is placed in Durankulak’s lake proves the existence of ancient civilization on the north-west coast of the Black Sea. The coastal lake is a nature reserve of major international importance for the protection of rare plant and animal species. It is located on a migration route and provides a place for nesting and wintering of different migratory birds. The lake is separated from the sea by the beach strip. In the village one can see a cultural centre, a museum of local history, a small art gallery and a library. There are several monuments dedicated to the peasant revolt of 1900. The local Bulgarian Orthodox church was built in 1942.