Pet kladentsi is a village in Northern Bulgaria. It is part of Byala Municipality, Ruse Region.
The population is approximately 50 people.
It is located in the middle part of the Danube plain, on 279 m above the sea level. Plain land surrounded by broad-leafed and coniferous trees. The place characterizes with fresh air and lots of greenery. Cool summer and cold winter.
Small, quiet and tranquil village. It is provided with electricity, water supply and communication equipment. The nearest operational schools and medical centres are in the municipal town of Byala.
The name of the village originates from Turkish - 'besh punar', which translated in Bulgarian means 'five draw-wells'. According to the legend the village used to have five draw-wells. Nowadays only three of them could be seen.
Pet kladentsi is famous in the region with its micro-dam suitable for sport fishing. The dam is visited by many Bulgarians and foreigners, because it is excellent for recreation. There are several holiday homes and guest houses that offer accommodation.
Yantra River is not far away from the village - only 6 km. It is very suitable for fishing and kayaking as well. You may fish European chub, Northern pike, zander, perch, trout etc. The part suitable for kayaking starts from town of Byala and ends in the moth of Danube River.
About 20 km away you can visit the second longest cave in Bulgaria - Orlova chuka. It is part of Rusenski Lom Natural Park - protected area that occupies more than 3408 dca. The park characterizes with beautiful caves, rock shapes, historical monuments and zones with rich flora and fauna.
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