Belyanovo is a village in Northern Bulgaria. It is part of Tsenovo Municipality, Ruse Region.
It is situated 61 km south-west from the centre of Ruse, 12 km north from village of Tsenovo, 25 km south-east from town of Svishtov, 226 km north-west from town of Varna and 255 km north-east from city of Sofia.
The population is approximately 130 people.
The village spreads out the right bank of Yantra River, in the eastern part of the Danube plain, on 105 m above the sea level. The area characterizes with plain and hilly lands. The climate is humid continental. The summer is hot and dry, the winter is cold.
There is a town-hall, a post office, a community centre, an orthodox church and commercial areas. It is provided with electricity, water and communication equipment. The village of Novgard (5 km) is the nearest settlement with education centres and doctors. The nearest hospitals and railway station are in town of Byala (26 km).
Belyanovo is set next to the beautiful meanders of Yantra River, among spacious meadows and interesting cave formations, about 6 km away of the outfall in Danube River.
In close proximity is the rock church from XII-th century, which is claimed to be the church of priest Martin - local rebel. The rocks above the church hide another formation called from the local people - the Step of Krali Marko (famous epic Bulgarian hero). There are two caves in the area - Gargina dupka and Beltsovata peshtera.
Belyanovo rope bridge above Yantra River was constructed in 1968, and is 105 m long. It was the longest rope bridge in Bulgaria until 2001, when the rope bridge connecting the banks of Studen kladenets Dam at village of Lisitsite, Kardzhali Region, was constructed.
The village is part of many kayak routes that are organized along Yantra River. The riverside is convenient for camping. The area characterizes with splendid nature.
Excellent are the conditions for fishing in Yantra River as well. You may fish chub, pike, etc.