Chernevo is a village in North-East Bulgaria, part of Suvorovo municipality, Varna region. It is located 35 km to the city of Varna, 13 km to the town of Devnya and 5 km to the municipal center of Suvorovo, near Varna Lake.
The village is situated between two hills, which are one of Chernevo's landmarks. Nearby spreads a beautiful, dense forest, both coniferous and deciduous. The climate is temperate-continental and is characterised by a cool summer, a warm autumn, a mild winter with scanty snowfalls, a sunny spring. Officially the number of population is approximately 1 300 people, but the real number is over 1 400 people. Altitude - 160 sq. m. The former name of Chernevo used to be Kara Hyusein.
In the village there are several grocery shops, a pensioner's club, an Orthodox church, a secondary school, a kindergarten, a post-office, a community center with a library, a mayoralty, a railway station.
The village is supplied with water and electricity on a regular basis. Regular railway /Varna-Kardam line/ and bus transportation to the town of Devnya, the city of Varna and the town of Suvorovo is available.
More than a dozen properties is the village are purchased by foreigners (English, Scandinavian and Irish).
The village is famous for its football team which has many fans in the area.
The village is located near the industrial town of Devnya which provides occupation for the locals. Many of them travel to Varna, as well.
As it was in the past farming is nowadays main occupation for the local people. Two agricultural co-operations are cultivating the fertile land on the territory of the village. Many of the villagers are growing their own livestock . in Chernevo there is a carpenter's workshop.
The village is famous for its clean and beautifully arranged streets. It is nowadays one of the few villages in the region inhabited predominantly by young people. During the past few years the birth-rate in the village has increased significantly.
The beautiful nature of Chernevo and its proximity to Pobiti kamani phenomenon provide excellent opportunities for the development of cultural, rural and eco-tourism.