Dobroselets is a village in Southern Bulgaria, ot is part of Topolovgrad municipality, Haskovo region.
It is located in the north slope of Sakar mountain at about 10 km north of Topolovgrad, 28 km west of Elhovo and 55 km southwest of Yambol.
The population is about 130 people.
The terrain in the area is a mix between a low flat and hills. The climate is temperate-continental with a strong Mediterranean influence. Summer here is hot and dry and winters - mild. In winter there are periods of heavy snow, low temperatures and large snowfalls. Spring is characterized by a rapid increase in temperature. Fall for its most time is dry and relatively warm.
The altitude is 191 m.
In the village there is a city hall, a church, a post office, shops and cafe, mobile network coverage.
Regular bus transport connects the village with other settlements and towns.
The closest kindergarten, school, pharmacy and hospital are in town of Topolovgrad.
Near to the village has been built a photovoltaic power plant for producing electricity.
In the lands of Dobroselets is the cave Kara Kolyovi dupki. It is 33 m long.
Roman fortress "Kaleto" and a roman road are situated 2.6 km southeast of the center of Dobroselets.
Nearby there are also remains of Roman baths, Thracian mounds, preserved tombs of the First Bulgarian Empire, Celtic cemeteries and other historical values.
In the land, below the village and its surroundings, is the largest and compact gold deposit in Bulgaria.