Krusha is a village in West Bulgaria. It is situated in Dragoman municipality, Sofia region.
In Bulgaria there is another village with the same name it is in Avren municipality, Varna region.
The village is located near the border between Bulgaria and Serbia, 13 km south of Kalotina village where is the border checkpoint Kalotina. Krusha is 16 km southwest of the town of Dragoman, 30 km northwest of the town of Slivnitsa, 56 km northwest of the town of Pernik and about 59 km northwest of the capital Sofia.
Its altitude is 600 m. The climate is temperate. The summer is hot and the winter is cold. The average January temperature is with negative values of about -2.5 C and average July temperature of about 18,4 C. The amount of precipitation is little.
The permanent population is about 55 people.
The village of Krusha is situated along an asphalt road. The nearest kindergartens and schools are located in the municipality Dragoman. For the health of the people take care GPs in Dragoman.
The pristine nature that surrounds the village and the picturesque scenery are preconditions for turning Dragoman into destination for mountain tourism. The high rocky slopes and the karst formations attract climbers, deltas and cavers and the unexplored terrain - the archaeologists and botanists.
The lovers of the extreme sports could take a paraplaner from Chepan which is one of the most suitable for this sport places.
Tourist landmarks are the architectural and the historical places as the Razboishtki monastery, Cheparlyanski monastery, Dragoman swamp, Temnata dupka cave etc.