Ablanitsa is a village in northern Bulgaria. It is located in the municipality of Lovech, Lovech region.
In Bulgaria there are two places which have the same name: in Hadjidimovo municipality, Blagoevgrad region and in Velingrad municipality, Pazardzhik region.
It is about 15 km south of Lovech, about 22 km north of Troyan, 80 km west of Veliko Tarnovo, 140 km east of Sofia. Adjacent to the village passes the main road Sofia-Varna.
The altitude of the village is 463 meters. The climate is temperate. The terrain is hilly - flat. It is located south of the river valley extension of Dripla, a tributary of Osam. The village has deposits of limestone for lime and clay deposits.
The population outnumbers about 164 people. The main occupation is plant-and animal husbandry.
The village has electricity and water supply. The access to Ablanitsa is accomplished by asphalt road. There is regular bus transport to Lovech, Teteven, Troyan, Sofia. The village is a railway station line Lovech - Troyan.
In Ablanitsa there are a community center "Light" with library staff and authentic folk, church "St. Dimitar", hunting lodge, shop, cafe, restaurant clock. There is one GP. The closest hospitals, kindergartens and schools are located in Lovech.
Landmarks and tourism:
Architectural and historical reserve "Varosha" - includes over 160 restored houses and one of its kind on the Balkan peninsula covered bridge linking the new town of Lovech with quarter "Varosha".
Park "Stratesh" on the right bank of the river Osum is a great place for recreation. It is also located in Lovech.
Village Staro Stefanovo is an architectural reserve with over more than 100 cultural monuments of the XIX century. It is located 15 km away from the Ablanitsa.
Troyan Monastery is 27 kilometers south of the village. It is the third largest in Bulgaria. It kept the miraculous icon of Virgin Mary kept.