Kalimantzi is a village in north-eastern Bulgaria, part of Suvorovo municipality, Varna region. It is located 14 km away from the city of Varna, 8 km away from Varna International Airport, 4 km away from Varna-Sofia highway and Pobiti Kamani natural phenomenon and 20 km away from Golden Sands resort.
The former name of the village used to be Gevrekler. The altitude is 360 m. The total number of the population is approximately 320 people of which only 80 are with permanent registration. The rest of the population are English, Irish, Welsh, Dutch, German, Indian, Spanish, Danish and Russian citizens who have purchased properties in the village.
The area offers wonderful opportunities for the development of hunting, fishing and rural tourism. Kalimantzi is known to be the Bulgarian village with most foreign inhabitants. The ecologically clean area, the cool summer and the mild winter provides excellent conditions for both holiday or tourism.
The village benefits from the intriguing relief of the countryside, the proximity to the regional city of Varna and the well-developed transportation system. The roads are in a good condition, a railway to the city of Varna and the town of Dobrich.
In the village there is a community center with a library and a pensioner's club, grocery shops, "Kalimanski han" ethnographic complex. The oldest church in the area consecrated in 1838 rises in Kalimantzi. Near the village there is a dam-lake where fishing lovers may enjoy catching crucian carp and carp. A small certified private airport is functioning 1 km away from the village where flying lessons may be taken and fun-flights are offered. Currently the owners of the airport have filed for a permission to organize charter flights, as well.
Regular electricity and water-supply, telephone-lines and the availability of mobile operators' coverage only add to the advantages of the village.
Few enterprises are functioning on the territory of the village where most of local people and the people from the nearby villages are occupied: a factory for limestone production for the needs of glass-making and chemical industry, a quarry where sand is extracted, an asphalt production base, a fish processing workshop.