Kolarovo is a village in southern Bulgaria. It is located in the Radnevo Municipality, Stara Zagora region.
In Bulgaria there are three villages with the same name - in Haskovo region, Silistra region and Blagoevgrad region.
Kolarovo is situated about 22 km northwest from municipality center the town of Radnevo, 14 km southeast from the city of Stara Zagora and 227 km southeast from Sofia.
The village has regular bus transport - line № 23 to Stara Zagora and from bus stations in Stara Zagora and Radnevo to the village.
Kolarovo village is located in the Upper Thracian Valley between the rivers Sazlyika and Azmaka. Altitude 150 meters.
The climate is temperate-continental with a strong Mediterranean influence, characterized by relatively mild winter and hot summer.
The permanent population is about 1,000 inhabitants.
The village was founded around 1650-1660 year at the place of a Turkish farm. It is a birthplace of Priest Mincho Georgiev, a revolutionary associate of Vasil Levski, teacher and priest.
Church in Kolarovo was built in 1854, the school was founded in 1856 in the village there is a community center, town hall, post office, health services, veterinary services, a kindergarten, a pharmacy, a stadium, shops and several restaurants. The nearest general hospital in the district town of Stara Zagora.
In the land of the village you can visit the area "Trite mogili", ancient forest, beach of "Sazlyika" river.
History lovers can visit the city of Stara Zagora - Roman Forum "Augusta Trayana", complex Neolithic dwelings and Regional History Museum.