Krivnya is a village in North-eastern Bulgaria, part of Provadia Municipality , Varna Region. It is located 30 minutes away (by Hemus highway) from the city of Varna and 10 km away from the town of Provadiya.
The climate is temperate continental, with hot summers and mild winters.
The terrain is flat and hilly - plateau at an altitude of 360 m. There is a thermal spring - Ereka and a deposit of rock salt - only in the Balkans. Its population numbers to 350 people.
During the past few years some English and French families have chosen to establish their second home in the village. The nature is exceptionally beautiful, and the dam-lake near the village attracts many fishing enthusiasts. In Krivnya there are a mayor's office, a community center, an Orthodox church, a kindergarten, several food shops.
On the territory of the village may be practised eco-tourism, wine, historical, cultural tourism.
There is a ready base for rural tourism, which is not well developed.
Interesting are the rock monastery Chushtkara - with preserved graffiti on rock, mud monastery St. George maintained by an inscription in Greek and others.
Nearby are drilling well Ereka and salt baths in Provadia are unique in the country. Curative baths with such influence there is only in Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic.