Divchovoto is a village in the municipality of Teteven, Lovech region.
The village is situated at the foot of Balkan mountain, on the riverside of Vit.
The climate is characterized by cool summers and snowy winters.
The population numbers about 180 people. There is regular transport to the municipal town of Teteven.
The village has built electricity and water supply systems. The mobile operators have coverage, cable TV and Internet are available. There are a shop and pub. The nearest school and kindergarten are located in the village of Cherni Vit, and the nearest hospital is in Teteven.
Divchovoto has excellent conditions for development of rural, hunting and eco tourism. The village is a starting point for mountainous routes. Nearby is the natural biosphere reserve Biotin, which is the largest reserve of beech on the Balkan Peninsula. About 25 km away is Etropole monastery - one of the most significant in the XVI and XVII century. About 30 km away there is another monastery - Glozhenski, which is known for its picturesque location.
Several family houses and huts offer opportunities for accommodation to the guests of the village.