Krapets (Крапец) - photos from Bulgarian seaside

Village of Krapets - Снимки от Крапец

Village of Krapets - Снимки от Крапец

Krapets (A.K.A. Krapec) is a small seaside village at the end of an access road that hugs the Black Sea coast. The village is perched on the beach, surrounded by vast fields and lakes - wild nature reserves.

Крапец е спокойно рибарско селце известно с пясъчните си дюни и птиците, който гнездят и зимуват около него. Селото е буквално кацнало на морския браг, заобиколено от обширни житни ниви, зеленчукови насаждения и езера - природни резервати. Селото е малко (100-тина къщи), тихо и незасегнато от строителния бум.

Ezerets Shabla Lake & Tuzla

Ezerets Shabla Lake & Tuzla

South of the Krapets are two more lakes shrouded in bulrushes, the Shabla lake and the Ezerets lake.

Native People and Visitors of Krapets

Native People and Visitors of Krapets

The native people are friendly and show their hospitality to every visitor at the village. At the summer many people from Bulgaria and abroad vist Krapets to enjoy the tranquility of the nature & the Sea.

Durankulak Lake

Durankulak Lake

Just 1.5 km north of Krapets is a fish-rich Durankoulak lake. It is famous for being a reserve for a number of marsh birds.

Birds

Birds

The Durankulak and Shabla lakes are one of the most significant and best preserved coastal wetlands in Bulgaria. The beach nearby and the village of Krapets itself are populated with many common and rare birds too.

Krapets Surroundings

Krapets Surroundings

Krapets is surrounded with many interesting places to visit - the temple of Kibela and oldest eneolitic village in Europe, Cap?

Macro Photos of Plants and Insects

Macro Photos of Plants and Insects

When I roam near Krapets I frequently find strange insects and very beautiful stepe flowers and thorns, which I will present you in this gallery

Domestic animals

Domestic animals

Krapets people raise many domestic animals, and gave me opportunity to make these amusing photographies.

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