Dobri laki is a village in South-western Bulgaria. It is part of Strumyani Municipality, Blagoevgrad Region.
It is 82 km south-west from town of Blagoevgrad, 31 km in the same direction from village of Strumyani, 45 km west from town of Sandanski, 65 km north-west from the Bulgarian-Greek border at village of Kulata and 10 km east from the Bulgarian-Macedonian border.
Dobri laki spreads out the foot of Maleshevska Mountain, at 1027 m above the sea level. The region characterizes with hilly lands and many forests. Lebnitsa River passes through here.
The climate characterizes with long, hot summer and mild winter.
The population is approximately 180 people.
The village is provided with electricity, telephone net, partial water supply and no sewerage system. There is a town-hall, a post office, a church and commercial areas.
Village of Mikrevo (31 km) comprises a medical centre, a secondary school and a kindergarten.
Dobri laki is a small, coquettish village with beautiful and rich nature. The region is very convenient for mountainous and hunting tourism. Great variety of game. Lebnitsa River helps for the development of forests and farming.
Kresnensko gorge (42 km) on Struma River provides excellent conditions for rafting.
At village of Ilindentsi (36 km) could be visited the open-air marble sculpture park, where masterpieces of Bulgarian and foreign artists are exposed.
The local fair takes place on the holiday of St Trinity.
Internet source: bg.wikipedia.org