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İğneada is a holiday resort in the Demirköy district of Kırklareli. The town is located in the north-west of Turkey, on the coast of the Black Sea and also on the border with Bulgaria; It is a hidden paradise with its lakes, floodplain forests, sea, beaches, historical and cultural assets and four-season beauties. İğneada, which was preferred for summer holidays until a few years ago, now opens its doors to many local and foreign tourists who want to spend time in nature in every season. 

The resident population of İğneada is around three thousand, and it has been observed that this number reaches hundreds of thousands in summer. There are also four villages connected to İğneada. Beğendik village is on the border with Bulgaria. Limanköy is the closest village to İğneada. Sislioba and Avcılar villages are forest villages.

The main source of income of the people is forestry. In addition, animal husbandry, fishing, beekeeping and tourism contribute. 

There are many rumors about the name İğneada. During the Byzantine period, Ine Agha, the Gazi commander of Mehmet the Conqueror, conquered the region. It is said that he also gave his name to İğneada. There are two islands in the Black Sea. Geographically, İğneada is a peninsula.

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