If you are the people who prefer the pristine nature and extreme sports for your holiday, it has a place on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, which is right for you. 30 km from the Romanian border and 80 km from Varna, Shabla, lies the picturesque village Tulenovo. The name of the village comes from herds monk seals by species inhabiting the area. Unfortunately, these beautiful animals are long gone and the legends of local people to remind them of their existence. Seal area is known for its beautiful rocky coast, many caves, which of which - beautiful, crystal sea water and untouched nature. If you are the tourists who love to lie on the beach with a cocktail in hand, this destination is not for you. This beach does not and if you are an experienced swimmer, we recommend you do not try to log in the water. The place is suitable for extreme sports such as scuba diving, rock climbing, caving and fishing - the waters off Tulenovo are rich in fish, gobies, horse mackerel. Camping lovers will find here excellent conditions for outdoor stay. You can stretch their tents directly on the rocks and enjoy the incredible sunsets and dolphins playing in the water. For those who prefer the comforts of modern times, many of the houses and hotels offer family nights decent prices. An interesting fact about the area is the presence of the first oil field in Bulgaria. In 1954 there began industrial production of oil and gas. You can see the old drilling for oil near the village, which have become a tourist attraction. Along with oil wells draw and sulfuric mineral water, which is poured directly into marine waters and is extremely useful for people with kidney problems and neuralgia. Tulenovo is one of the pristine places in Bulgaria, which will stun you with its beauty and never forget. Do not miss this experience!