Nevestino is located in western Bulgaria and is administrative center of Nevestino municipality, Kyustendil Region.
Located in the lowest and narrowest part of the Kyustendil Valley, 13 km from the town of Kyustendil.
The population is about 670 inhabitants.
Altitude is 550 m
The climate of the area is formed by specific natural features – the high mountains and the deep valley of the Struma River, combined with the proximity of the Aegean Sea. Summers are hot and often occur in August it is very dry. Winters in northern parts are relatively mild.
The village has remarkable natural resources, including the famous mineral water with temperature of 24ºC.
The Struma River passes through its territory, where its waters flow into local rivers – Eleshnitsa, Recica and Grashtichka.
The village has a community center, primary school, kindergarten, center for emergency medical assistance.
Population is served by two general practitioners and two dental office.
The village has an excellent transport infrastructure. Through its territory pass two routes - one for the town of Dupnitsa and the other is along the Struma River in the town Boboshevo for the Rilski Monastery or international road E-79 towards Kulata.
Nevestino and its areas are a fabulous place for relaxation with its beautiful and untouched nature. The village has several family hotels and taverns.
This region is rich in cultural heritage monuments of ancient times. Here is the medieval "Kadin most”, built in 1470.