One of the wildest places on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast is the village of Shkorpilovtsi. It brings the family of Czech-Bulgarian archaeologists to the Karel brothers (the discoverer of Pliska), Herman and Vladimir Shkorpil. The old name of the settlement is Funglicki and in Turkish it means Leshnikova forest, probably the reason for it they call it so that the eastern part of the Stara Planina and the Black Sea meet here. In the area is the northernmost point of Mount Cherni Nos, in whose the salt waves splash over the foothills. Chergo Nos is the Longoza reserve, famous for its rare plant and animal species. The village of Shkorpilovtsi is located about 45 km south of Varna and is a suitable place for those who want to escape from the noisy resorts in order to merge with nature. The beach is the longest on the Bulgarian coast, is 12 km long. There are no bays, so northern and northeast winds give rise to waves, which makes the best place for surfing, windsurfing and kite. The sand is slim, in some places its width reaches 120 m, and in others it is dug by dunes. Nearby is the Kamchia Sands Reserve, and if you continue to the north you can reach the mouth of Kamchia river. There are remains of four ancient settlements in the area. A quiet place for relaxation, combining sea, mountain meadows and riparian dense vegetation, Shkorpilovtsi will give you peace of mind with its suitable camping, beautiful sand and very soon the bicycle path that will connect the villages of Staro Oryahovo, Novo Oryahovo and Shkorpilovtsi.