Gabreshevtsi is a village in Western Bulgaria. It is located in municipality Treklyano, Kyustendil district.
The village is situated about 36 km north of the town of Kyustendil, about 4 km south-east of the village of Treklyano and about 17 km south-east of the town of Zemen.
There are regular buses to and from the town of Kyustendil.
The terrain is mountainous with average altitude of 702 m.
The climate is temperate with cool summers and mild snowy winters.
The population is about 50 residents.
The village infrastructure is well-developed, with partly asphalted and lighted streets, water-supply and electrical systems. There are several shops and cafes.
Medical care to the residents is provided by GP.
The closest school and hospitals are in the administrative center.
About 38 km away is the “Pchelina” dam known also as Lobosh. On its eastern coast the church of “St. Ivan Letni” is situated.
The quick transport links to the town of Kyustendil allow visiting the mineral springs and spa resort, as well as the archeological excavations from Roman times.
“Hisarlaka” hill is situated 2 km southeast of Kyustendil and there is a fortress built at the end of IV and the beginning of V century.