Dobrostan is a village in Southern Bulgaria. It is in Asenovgrad Municipality, District of Plovdiv.
Regular bus transportation links the village to Asenovgrad and the surrounding settlements.
Dobrostan is in a mountainous area, at an altitude about 1220 m.
Climate in the region is continental, with mild winters and cool summers.
The population in the village is about 63 residents.
The infrastructure is settled with partly asphalted streets and lights, water-supply system, telephone lines and coverage of mobile operators.
There is a town house, church, a number of chapels, shops.
Medical services to the village residents are provided by GP in the village of Cherven (about 16 km) and the closest hospital is in Asenovgrad. In the municipal town are located the closest schools as well.
In the surroundings, there are many karst caves, some of them have impressive size. The slopes around the village, and air currents create the right conditions for paragliding.
In the settlement is the "Red Wall" Reserve, which has 645 species of vascular plants and 96 endemic and relict species. There were 63 species of birds, 17 species of which are included in the "Red Book of Bulgaria" and mammals found bear, chamois, deer and more.