Kubadin is a village in Sredets municipality, Burgas Province.
It is situated 21 km southwest of Sredets, 50 km in the direction of Burgas and about 370 km southeast of Sofia.
The village is located at an altitude of 116 meters on the riverside of Sredetzka. The climate is continental Mediterranean - spring is cold and moist summer - hot and dry, autumn is particularly long, soft and warm.
The population outnumbers about 70 people. Several British families own properties and live year round in Kubadin.
There is regular bus transport to the Municipality city.
The village has a general store and church. Nearest schools, kindergartens and hospitals are in Sredets.
In the central part of the village is set the church "Trinity", which was renovated.
In Sredets, tourists can see the fortress "Kale", as well as archaeological exposition and ethnographic house.
Near the village of Debelt / 33 km / lie the remains of ancient settlement Deultum, from year 705 which is an important Byzantine town between Bulgaria and Byzantium. Revealed are the old Roman baths and the foundations of the palace. In Debelt is only studied in Europe medieval custom in which Byzantium paid a yearly tax to Bulgaria. In the village worked archaeological museum where artefacts are exposed.