Kyustendil Rural Tourism accommodation

Kyustendil /historically Velbuzd, Velbazhd/ is a town in the far west of Bulgaria, the capital of Province of the same name, with a population of 50342. The Kyustendil province includes several settlements and villages – Kyustendil, Dupnitsa, Bobov dol, Sapareva banja, Rila, Kocherinovo, Nevestinovo, Boboshevo and Treklyano. Kyustendil is located in the southern part of the fertile Kyustendil Valley, in the westernmost part of Bulgaria, on both banks of the Banska river, only 27 km in the air line from the three Balkan borders junction – Bulgarian-Macedonian, Bulgarian-Serbian and Serbian-Macedonian. Kyustendil is the famous fruit growing region, but also the famous Bulgarian balneal spa resort with more than 40 mineral springs of the high level of sulfate at the altitude of 500 meters.