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Koriyata is a century old elm-tree forest in the region of Galabetz village, Pomorie municipality, Bourgas region.It was declared protected territory in 1966 on an area of 20 hectares. The state game breeding station in Nessebar is taking care for preservation of the region.

Kalkata is a protected territory aiming to preserve the nesting place of two owls in village of Kosti, Tsarevo municipality, Bourgas region. Kalkata was included in the list with protected territories in 1989 on an area of 18.90 hectares.

Marinata Reka (Marina's River) in village of Kosti, Tsarevo municipality, Bourgas region is a protected territory aiming to preserve the natural forests habitats from oak (Quercus conferta Kit.), usual oak (Quercus sessiliflora Salisb.), Oriental beech (Fagus orientalis), Rhododendron pontica and Strandzha blueberry (Vaccinium arctostaphylos L.) as well as the natural place of living of endangered, rare and vulnerable animals and plant species habitats. Marina Reka was declared protected territory in 1991 on an area of 47.30 hectares. The state forestry Kosti is taking care for preservation of the region.

Maharata is a cave situated in the place of Sarpiya, Kosti village, Tzarevo municipality, Bourgas region. It was declared protected territory in 1973 on an area of 2 hectares.

Koriyata in Ravnetz village, Bourgas municipality, Bourgas region is a natural forest from summer oak. Koriyata was declared protected territory in 1995 on an area of 11.60 hectares.

Krivinizovoto is a place with natural forest habitats from oak (Quercus conferta Kit.), usual oak (Quercus sessiliflora Salisb.), Oriental beech (Fagus orientalis) with mixed bushes of Rhododendron pontica and Strandzha blueberry (Vaccinium arctostaphylos L.). It was declared protected territory in 1991 on an area of 109.10 hectares situated in Zvezdetz village, Malko Tarnovo municipality, Bourgas region.

Kostenurkata (The Turtle) is a group of rock formations situated in town of Aytos, Aytos municipality, Bourgas region. It was included in the list of natural landmarks in 1974 on an area of 10 hectares.

Koriyata is a place with remains of century old oak forest in the vicinity of Vezenkovo village, Sungurlare municipality, Bourgas region. It was declared natural landmark in 1984 on an area of 39 hectares.

Koriyata in village of Kameno, Kameno municipality, Bourgas region spreads on an area of 24.40 hectares with elm-tree forest. It was declared protected territory in 1995. The state forestry Bourgas is taking care for preservation of the region.

Konadzhika is a deposit of Strandzhanski oak (Quercus robur L.) situated in Zvezdetz village, Malko Tarnovo municipality, Bourgas region. The place was declared natural landmark in 1985 on an area of 18.50 hectares.

Lalkoto is a deposit of Urumoffii tulip (Tulipa urumoffii) in the vicinity of Venetz village, Karnobat municipality, Bourgas region. Lalkovo was declared natural landmark in 1985 on an area of 37.90 hectares.

Sadovo is a deposit of blackberries, situated in Sadovo village, Sungurlare municipality, Bourgas region. Sadovo was included in the list of natural landmarks in 1973 on an area of 1.80 hectares.

Nevestin Grad is a natural deposit of rare and endangered birds. It is situated in Fakiya village, Sredets municipality, Bourgas region. It was declared protected territory in 1990 on an area of 59.70 hectares.

Agalina Cape is rocky formation with specific seaside plants and animals. It is situated in town of Sozopol, Bourgas region. Agalina Cape was declared natural landmark in 1980 on an area of 27.20 hectares.

Cape Emine

Cape Emine

Emine Cape is a place with remarkable geologic and botanic objects situated in Emona village, Nessebar municipality, Bourgas region. Emine Cape is included in the list of natural landmarks in 1976 on an area of 50 hectares.

Chervenka Cape are rocky formations with habitats of endangered, rare and vulnerable animals and plant species in Chernomorets village, Sozopol municipality, Bourgas region. The cape was declared natural landmark in 1973 on an area of 2.10 hectares.

Orlitsite is a place with characteristic landscape and rock formations with habitats of endangered, rare and vulnerable animals and plant species. Orlitzite is situated on the land of Kamchiya village, Sungurlare municipality, Bourgas region. The region was included in the list of protected territories in 2002 on an area of 315.60 hectares.

Moryane is a natural deposit of endangered, rare and vulnerable birds and plant species habitats include in the Bulgarian Red Book and in the list of endangered kinds in Europe. Moryane was declared protected territory in 1994 on the land of Zvezdetz village, Malko Tarnovo municipality, Bourgas region on an area of 102.70 hectares.

Town of Aytos in Bourgas region is a natural deposit of Astracantha aitosensis. The place was declared natural landmark in 1972 on an area of 267.10 hectares.

Sredets is a deposit of wild peony (Paeonia peregrina Mill) and natural habitat of rare and endangered plants species situated in town of Sredetz, Bourgas region. It was declared protected territory in 2001 on an area of 84 hectares.

Nakovoto Kladenche is a deposit of Caspian and ordinary tortoise in the region of town of Ahtopol, Tzarevo municipality, Bourgas region. Nakovoto Kladenche was included in the list of natural landmarks in 1980 on an area of 1 hectare.

Petrova niva is a place with characteristic landscape and habitat of rare birds and endangered plants situated in Stoilovo village, Malko Tarnovo municipality, Bourgas region. Petrova niva was declared protected territory in 2003 on an area of 250 hectares.

Kaleto is a place with a cave and the springs on Mladezhka River in the vicinity of Mladezhko village, Malko Tarnovo municipality, Bourgas region. It was included in the list of natural landmarks in 1973 on an area of 8.30 hectares. The state forestry Zvezdetz is taking care for preservation of the region.

Pladnishteto is a natural habitat of rare and endangered kinds of birds situated in Valchanovo village, Sredets municipality, Bourgas region. It was declared protected territory in 1990 on an area of 68.30 hectares.

Poda is a habitat of protected rare and endangered kinds of water-loving birds and colonies of 5 kinds endangered from disappearance and included in the Bulgarian Red Book. Poda is declared protected territory in 1989 on an area of 100.70 hectares and was included in the Ramsar Convention. It is situated in the region of town of Bourgas, Bourgas region.

Pomoriyskoto Lake

Pomoriyskoto Lake

Pomoriyskoto Ezero was declared protected territory aiming to preserve the salt-mines and the adjoining coastal territories as wet zone with international importance and habitat of 63 kinds of endangered from disappearance birds. The lake was included in the list of protected territories in 2001 and in accordance with the Ramsar Convention on an area of 760.80 hectares. Pomoriyskoto Ezero is situated in the vicinity of town of Pomorie, Bourgas region.

Popova Skala isa place with remarkable geological objects situated in Fazanovo village, Tzarevo municipality, Bourgas region. It is included in the list of natural landmarks in 1973 on an area of 30.80 hectares.

Paroriya is a territory with virgin vegetation and combined with cultural values in the nearby villages of Zabernovo, Kalovo, Malko Tarnovo municipality, Bourgas region. The zone was declared protected territory in 1991 on area of 988.60 hectares. The state game breeding station in Gramatikovo is taking care for preservation of the region.

Ortoto in town of Sveti Vlas, Nessebar municipality, Bourgas region is a protected territory aiming to preserve characteristic landscape and natural century old mixed broad leaved forests. There are rich habitats of rare vegetative kinds. Ortoto is included in the list of protected territories in 2001 on an area of 587.60 hectares.

Sveti Ivan and Sveti Petar (St. Ivan and St. Peter) Islands are situated in town of Sozopol, Bourgas region and they were declared protected territories in 1993 on an area of 20 hectares. They were included in the list aiming to preserve the natural habitats of endangered and rare kind of birds.

Irakli, Preserved Area

Irakli, Preserved Area

Irakli is a protected territory situated in Emona village, Nessebar municipality, Bourgas region. Irakli was included in the list of such territories in 1994 aiming to preserve typical seaside plants: Sea lily (Pancratium maritimum), Rosmarinus officinalis (Stachys maritima Gouan), Blue lettuce (Lactuca tatarica L.). The protected territory spreads on an area of 42.30 hectares.

Kazakov Vir was declared protected territory in 2003 aiming to preserve characteristic landscape, rock formation, karst spring, habitats of rare vegetative and animal species. The area is situated in the vicinity of Indzhe Voyvoda village, Sozopol municipality, Bourgas region on an area of 35.30 hectares.

Kalinata is a natural deposit of swamp snowdrop and combination of unique vegetative habitats and dense forest spreading on the land of the villages of Kosharitsa, Tankovo, Nessebar municipality, Bourgas region. It was declared natural landmark in 1970 on an area of 109.20 hectares.

Kamenska Barchina is the place of remarkable geological objects situated in town of Malko Tarnovo, Bourgas region. It was included in the list of natural landmarks in 1981 on an area of 20 hectares.

Koketrays is a protected territory situated in town of Nessebar, Bourgas region aiming to preserve the coastal line and the fauna in the Black Sea. It is included in the list of protected territories in 2001 on an area of 760 hectares.

Kolokita or also called Koreniyata is a place with fiords and rocky formations in the zone of town of Sozopol, Bourgas region. It was declared protected territory in 1970 on an area of 65 hectares.

Dokuzak is a natural deposit of Crimean tea situated in town of Malko Tarnovo, Bourgas region. Dokuzak was included in the list of protected territories in 1991 on an area of 5 hectares.

Kosti is a natural deposit of the shrub tree heath (Erica arborea) situated in village of Kosti, Tzarevo municipality, Bourgas region. It was declared protected territory in 2006 on an area of 223.90 hectares.

Veleka, Protected Area

Veleka, Protected Area

The Canyon on Veleka River is a protected territory situated in villages of Brashliyan, Zvezdetz, Stoilovo, Malko Tarnovo municipality, Bourgas region. The picturesque canyon was included in the list in 1989 aiming to preserve the initial forest ecosystems on an area of 1,546.30 hectares.

Vaya 1 is a habitat of endangered and rare kinds of birds in Bulgaria and is in the list of endangered kinds in Europe. It was declared protected territory in 1973 on an area of 75 hectares. Vaya is situated in the vicinity of Bourgas city, Bourgas region.

Vaya 2 is a protected territory situated in city of Bourgas, Bourgas region on an area pf 379.40 hectares. The aim is to preserve the habitats of endangered and rare kinds of birds included in the Bulgarian Red Book and in the list of protected zones in 1997.

Bosna in Bliznak village, Malko Tarnovo municipality, Bourgas region is a natural habitat of endangered and rare birds. It was included in the list of protected zones in 1990 on an area of 51.70 hectares.

Blatoto is a natural deposit of swam snowdrop situated in the town of Sozopol, Bourgas region. Blatoto was declared protected territory in 1970 on an area of 29 hectares.

Beliyat Kamak is a protected territory in the region of Varovnik village, Sredets municipality, Bourgas region. Its aim is to preserve the natural habitats of endangered and rare kinds of birds and plants included in the Bulgarian Red book and in the list of endangered kinds in Europe. The place was included in the list of protected zones in 1994 on an area of 450.80 hectares.

Bakarlaka is a natural deposit of Splendens tulip (Tulipa hageri) and habitats of endangered and rare kinds of plants, remarkable landscape and rocks in the vicinity of Ravadinovo village, Sozopol municipality, Bourgas region. Bakarlaka was declared protected territory in 2004 on an area of 7.20 hectares.

Gradishteto is a natural deposit of common juniper (Juniperus communis) situated in Malko Tarnovo town, Bourgas region. Gradishteto was declared natural landmark in 1974 on an area of 2 hectares.

Elenina Dupka Cave is a remarkable geological complex in the land of Byala Voda village, Malko Tarnovo municipality, Bourgas region. The cave was declared natural landmark in 1981 on an area of 5.30 hectares.

Golemiyat Kamak was declared natural landmark aiming to preserve characteristic geological and botanical places near Dolno Yabalkovo village, Sredetz municipality, Bourgas region. It was included in the list of protected territories in 1973 on an area of 3 hectares.

Alepu Swamp

Alepu Swamp

Alepu Swamp is the only deposit of water chestnut (Trapa natans) along the Black sea coast and a natural habitat of endangered and rare water-sailing birds. Alepu was declared natural landmark in 1986 on an area of 166.70 hectares situated in Ravadinovo village, Sozopol municipality, Bourgas region.

Aytoskata Koriya is a century old oak forest on an area of 15 hectares in the region of Aytos, Bourgas region. It was declared natural landmark in 1972.

Dolmenite Vlahov Dol is a natural landmark aiming to preserve characteristic geological objects in the land of Dolno Yabalkovo village, Sredetz municipality, Bourgas region. They were included in the list of protected territories in 1970 on an area of 1.50 hectares.

Dolmenat Pasha Dere in Gorno Yabalkovo village, Sredetz municipality, Bourgas region is a natural landmark declared in 1973 on an area of 1 hectare. The aim was to preserve geological characteristics of the place.

Lozenski Dol Dolmen in Dolno Yabalkovo village, Sredets municipality, Bourgas region was declared natural landmark in 1973 on an area of 1 hectare aiming to preserve the rock formation - the dolmen.

Dobrovanski Gabi (Mushrooms) are rocky formations in the shape of mushrooms from limestone situated in city of Bourgas, Bourgas region. They were included in the list of natural landmarks in 1973 on an area of 5 hectares.

Vodenitzite are small rock formations situated in the town of Izvor, Sozopol municipality, Bourgas region. They were declared natural landmarks in 1995 on an area of 73.60 hectares.

Probitiyat Kamak (Leaky Stone)is limestone rocky formation in the shape of mushrooms situated in Beronovo village, Sungurlare municipality, Bourgas region. They were included in the list of natural landmarks in 1973 on an area of 50 hectares.

The Professor is a place with remarkable rock formations situated in Dobromir village, Ruen municipality, Bourgas region. The rocky formations were declared natural landmarks in 1984 on an area of 5 hectares.

The Sand Dunes in Alepu Place were declared natural landmark in 1984 and were included in the Ramsar Convention. They are situated in the region of Ravadinovo village, Sozopol municipality, Bourgas region on a protected zone of 12 hectares.

The Sand Dunes in the Babata Place - Sunny Beach are situated in the town of Nessebar, Bourgas region and are remarkable botanic and geological places. The dunes were included in the list of remarkable natural landmarks in 1984 on an area of 94.40 hectares.

The Sand Dunes in Perla Place in the town of Primorsko, Bourgas region are included in the Ramsar Convention. They were declared natural landmarks in 1984 aiming to preserve the deposits of rare and vulnerable animals and plant species habitats on an area of 24 hectares.

The Sand Dunes in Zlatna Ribka place and Gradina in the town of Sozopol, Bourgas region are natural landmarks aiming to preserve the deposits of rare and vulnerable animals and plant species habitats. They were included in the list of protected territories in 1984 on an area of 38 hectares.

The Sand Dunes in Town of Nessebar, Bourgas region are five remarkable geological objects declared natural landmark in 1976 on an area of 10 hectares.

The Sand Dunes in Youth Center in town of Primorsko, Bourgas region is a century old oak forest. It was declared natural landmark in 1984 on an area of 21 hectares.

Rakov Dol is a habitat of rare and vulnerable animals and plant species. It was included in the list of protected territories in 1995 on an area of 128 hectares. Rakov Dol is situated in village of Gabar, Sozopol municipality, Bourgas region.

Atanasovsko Lake

Atanasovsko Lake

Atanasovskoto Ezero (Atanasovskoto Lake) is situated north of Bourgas. It is a lagoon lake near the Bulgarian Black Sea coast on an area of 16.9 sq km. The southern part of the lake is separated by sand-bar from the sea. The bottom of the lake is covered with black slime rich to organic substances. Atanasovskoto Ezero was declared protected territory in 1980 and in 1999 was listed in higher category as well-kept reserve. The reserve spreads on a territory of 1,074.5 hectares. Some 314 kinds of birds are living in the region of the reserve and 12 of them are globally threatened species: Dalmatian Pelican (Pelecanus crispus),Brent Goose (Branta bernicla), small cormorant, etc. The lake is inhabited by Etruscan Shrew (Suncus etruscus) and wild cat. The reserve is situated at the Via Pontica migratory way. 60,000 birds of prey gather in the autumn migration, 240,000 storks, over 30,000 pink pelicans, many flocks of black storks, Dalmatian Pelicans and cranes. Atanasovskoto Ezero is included in the Ramsar Convention.

Rudenovo is a protected territory situated in Slivarovo village, Malko Tarnovo municipality, Bourgas region. The aim was to preserve the natural forest habitats from all kinds of oaks - Quercus conferta Kit, Quercus sessiliflora Salisb., Oriental beech (Fagus orientalis)and mixed forests with Common Rhododendron (Rhododendron Ponticum) and Strandzha blackberry as well as habitats of mixed and endangered from disappearance vegetative and animal species. Rudenovo was included in the list of protected territories in 1991 on an area of 15.30 hectares situated in Slivarovo village, Malko Tarnovo municipality, Bourgas region.

Svinskata Glava (Hog's Head) is a rocky formation in the region of town of Aytos, Bourgas region. The rocky formation was declared natural landmark in 1974 on an area of 50 hectares.

Stamopolu in the town of Primorsko, Bourgas region was declared protected territory in 1991 on an area of 40 hectares. The aim was to preserve the natural forest habitats from oaks: oak (Quercus conferta Kit.), usual oak (Quercus sessiliflora Salisb.), Oriental beech (Fagus orientalis), Rhododendron pontica and Strandzha blueberry (Vaccinium arctostaphylos L.) as well as the natural place of living of endangered, rare and vulnerable animals and plant species habitats. Stamopolu was included in the Ramsar Convention.

The Old Sovat was declared protected territory in 1994 on an area of 309.60 hectares. The aim was to preserve the natural habitats of rare and endangered kinds of birds and plants included in the Bulgarian Red Book and in the list of endangered European species. The Old Sovat is situated in the vicinity of Prisad village, Sozopol municipality, Bourgas region.

Silistar

Silistar

Silistar in Rezovo village, Tzarevo municipality, Bourgas region was declared protected territory in 1992 on an area of 773.30 hectares. The aim was to preserve the characteristic landscape of the Black Sea coastal zone, rock formations and fiords as well as specific vegetation and rich animal species habitats.

Maslen Nos is a zone with exceptionally beautiful and preserved coastal rocks with fiords and Tyulenova Cave. Maslen Nos was declared protected territory in 1973 on an area of 17.60 hectares. It was included in the Ramsar Convention and situated in town of Primorsko, Bourgas region.

Smrikite is a natural deposit of Firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea) situated in town of Nessebar, Bourgas region. It was declared protected territory in 1995 on n area of 58.90 hectares.

Chiflikovata Niva was declared natural landmark in 1973 on a protected territory of 8 hectares in the vicinity of Pchelin village, Sungurlare municipality, Bourgas region. The aim was to preserve the characteristic geological objects.

Chairite in Goritza village, Pomorie municipality, Bourgas region is a natural deposit of swamp snowdrop. It was included in the list of protected territories in 1970 on an area of 2 hectares.

Chengele skele is situated in Marinka village, Bourgas municipality, Bourgas region on an area of 160 hectares. It was declared protected territory in 1995 aiming to preserve the natural habitats of endangered and rare kinds of birds included in the Bulgarian Red Book and in the list of endangered European species.

Hisarya in town of Aytos, Bourgas region is a natural deposit of Astragalus aitosensis. It was declared protected territory in 2003 on an area of 82.50 hectares.

Tyasnata Reka is a natural habitat of endangered and rare kinds situated in Varshilo village, Sozopol municipality, Bourgas region. It was included in the list of protected territories in 1994 on an area of 120.80 hectares.

Uzungeren in the city of Bourgas, Bourgas region was declared protected territory in 2005 on an area of 211.10 hectares. The aim was to preserve the natural wet zone - remnant from Mandrenskoto Lake which is a habitat of more than 200 kinds of water-loving birds from which the world endangered species such as: small cormorant, Dalmatian Pelican (Pelecanus crispus),White-fronted Geese (Anser erythropus), Corncrake (Crex crex), etc.

Veleka River's Mouth in town of Ahtopol and Brodilovo village, Tzarevo municipality, Bourgas region was declared protected territory in 1992 on an area of 1.511.20 hectares. The aim was to preserve characteristic landscape of the river-side zone, rocky formations, fiords, specific vegetation and rich animal habitat.

Izvorska River's Mouth was declared protected territory in 1990 aiming to preserve the natural habitat of endangered and rare kind of birds. The protected zone spreads on an area of 151 hectares situated in the villages of Dimchevo and Tvarditza, Bourgas municipality, Bourgas region.

Trite Tsera is a natural deposit of usual peony in the region of Cheresha village, Rouen municipality, Bourgas region. Trite Tzera was declared protected territory in 1995 on an area of 1.50 hectares.

Trite Bratya (The Three Brothers) is a group of rock formations situated in town of Aytos, Bourgas region. The Three Brothers were included in the list of natural landmarks in 1972 on an area of 1 hectare.

Bratanovata Cave is situated on the land of Brashlyan village, Malko Tarnovo municipality, Bourgas region. It was declared natural landmark in 1981. Archaeologists discovered different excavations like: clay urn from II century B.C., coins treasure from IV century B.C. comprising coins from Philip II and Alexander the Great.

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