Kranevo (Bulgarian: Кранево, historically Romanian: Ecrene, Turkish: Ekrene) is a coastal village on the northern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, part of Balchik Municipality, Dobrich Province. It is located in the historical region of Southern Dobruja. Between 1913 and 1940 it was part of Romania, being its southernmost settlement. An important lighthouse is installed on Cape Ekrene, 3 km south of the village. Kranevo enjoys high tourist population during summers as its proximity to Albena and cheaper/reasonable prices.
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