Dimchevo is a village in Burgas municipality, Burgas Province.
It is situated 20 km south of Burgas, 35 km west of Sozopol and about 400 km southeast of Sofia.
It is situated 50 meters above sea level near Lake Mandra.
The population is around 150. There is regular bus transport from and to Burgas.
Dimchevo has electricity and water supply. The nearest kindergarten is located in the village of Tvarditsa / 6 km /, while there is a school in village of Marinka / 7 km /. In Burgas there are several hospitals, and the nearest non-stop medical center in Meden Rudnik / 14 km /.
Guests can visit the village temple "Holy Trinity", and the remains of the fortress' Skafida "which are located close to the shore of Lake Mandra.
Besides these, the region can be seen and memorial erected in honor of the first Bulgarian Olympic champion - Nikola Stanchev in his native village Tvarditsa estuary Marinka, which was declared a protected area, the rock formation "staring Stone" and paintball course and points for safari in Marinka village.