Novo Selo is a village in southern Bulgaria. Located in Stara Zagora Municipality, Stara Zagora region.
In Bulgaria there are five villages with the same name: in Samokov Municipality, Sofia region, in Novo Selo Municipality, Vidin region, in Ruse Municipality, Ruse region, Kyustendil Municipality, Kyustendil region and Stamboliyski Municipality, Plovdiv region.
Distances from Novo Selo to the capital and some major cities: 15 km northwest from the town of Stara Zagora, 326 km south-east from the town of Varna, 204 km east from the town of Burgas, 101 km southeast from the town of Plovdiv, 112 km south from the town of Veliko Tarnovo, 180 km east from the city of Sofia. The southern part of Novo Selo is located 3 km from the national resort - Stara Zagora Mineral Baths, which is known for its healing mineral springs.
The population is about 95 people.
The altitude of the village is 486 meters. Climate is continental with mild winter. In summer the days are hot and the nights - cool. The village is located almost in the center of Sarnena Average forest. In the village flow two rivers at the bottom of the village they converge and flow into the river Banenska. The area around the village is rich in springs. There are six rustic fountains.
There are shops and regular bus service to the town of Stara Zagora and Stara Zagora Mineral Baths resort. Access to the village is by an asphalt road. In Stara Zagora Mineral Baths resort has a weekly kindergarten and private school "Dolphins" . In the town of Stara Zagora there are schools and hospitals.
Novo Selo is a mountain village, with picturesque views, wrapped with peaks situated in a quiet and friendly area. The place is a favorite for holiday and permanent living area. The advantages of the village are mineral water and fresh mountain air.
Landmarks and tourism:
Most visited sites near the village are:
Stara Zagora Mineral Baths resort - the center is uncovered prehistoric mound, which dates from the VI-IV century BC. And excavations of ancient Roman bath. 6 km southeast of it are the oldest copper mines found in Europe, dating from the end of V century BC.
Town of Stara Zagora - the sixth largest city in the country, part of the hundred sites in the Bulgarian Tourist Union. There you can see: Roman Forum "Augusta Trayana" - the oldest in our country, regional history museum, museum "Neolithic dwellings', Memorial Complex" Defenders of Stara Zagora ", Stara Zagora Park" Ayazmoto ", where there is a zoo and botanical garden and others.
Village of Sladak Kladenets - there is the area known as "Borogodichna step" (also called "The pace of King Marko"), where visitors can see the footprints in the rock formation resembling a female step, which according to legend is Mary herself.