Tyulenovo is a village in northeastern Bulgaria. It is located in the municipality of Shabla, District Dobrich, about 60 kilometers from Varna.
The old name of the village is Kalach kyoy ( "Village of the sword"). The original name of Turkic origin gagauzko autochthonous population - ie. gagauzi are Christians by the Turkic (not Turkish) origin, descendants of oguzite. In the middle of the XIX century across Dobrudja and in this village settled many people from the inland in many Bulgaria, mainly from Kotlensko. The village was renamed in 1942, soon after the known settlement in Kraiova as the new name is used for this specific point of fact the Black Sea coast - seal herds. The presence of seals in the region is not an accident. At the time when the Romanian queen inhabits the palace in Balchik (mid-30's of last century), obtained as a gift a pair of seals. Initially they lived fenced in the sea near the palace. The queen to let them go to live freely. The animals settled in the waters near Tyulenovo where there are many underwater caves and fish, adapted to local climate and managed to create a generation. On 31.05.1951 in Tyulenovo was discovered the first oil field in Bulgaria. In the extraction of oil pumps is pulled sulfuric curative mineral water , which is poured into the sea.The hot water is very useful against kidney disease and neuralgia.
Tyulenovo is a place almost untouched by civilization, beautiful and untamed. Great for fishing and extreme sports like rock climbing and diving underwater. The coastline is perfect for lovers of tents, which was the tents directly on the rocks. The place is a favourite for climbers, as the rocks are very picturesque.