Kalimantsi is a village in South-western Bulgaria. It is part of Sandanski Municipality, Blagoevgrad region.
There is another village with the same name in Bulgaria. It is at Suvorovo Municipality, Varna region.
The village stands 97 km south-east from town of Blagoevgrad, 33 km in the same direction from town of Sandanski, 179 km from city of Sofia, 46 km south-west from town of Gotse Delchev and 17 km north-east from the Bulgarian-Greek border at village of Kulata.
Its population is approximately 200 people.
Kalimantsi spreads out the south-western foot of Pirin Mountain, at 433 m above sea level. Hilly relief and transitional-Mediterranean climate. The area characterizes with mild winter and long, hot summer.
Kalimanska River passes through the village.
Kalimantsi is a well-developed village, provided with electricity and water. It comprises a town-hall, a community centre with a library, a church, a chapel and commercial areas. Medical and education centres are available in the neighbouring village of Katuntsi (just 5 km away).
The area is suitable for growing perennial plants (mainly vineyards) and vegetables.
Local place of interest is the church of St Nicola (1845) declared a monument of culture. Another place of interest is the new chapel of St George the Victorious.
In south-western direction of the village were found remains of a pre-historical settlement. The archeologist also found a Thracian necropolis and a well-preserved bridge of the Thracian-Roman period over Kalimanska River.
Only 23 km in north-western direction is the smallest town in the country - Melnik. The town was declared a culture reserve. It is popular with its sand pyramids.