Igneada is a small town within the district of Demirköy in Turkey's Kırklareli Province. It lies on the Black Sea coast and is approximately 5 km (3 mi) south of the Mutludere river which forms the border with Bulgaria. Its population is 1,966 as of 2010.
The land is covered by mainly oak forests, typical flora of the Yıldız (Istranca) Mountains. Forestry, fishing and tourism are the main occupations of the town population.
The Lake Saka Nature Reserve Area is in the south of the town. It harbors one of the few remaining floodplain forests in all of Europe, which is home to many different bird species