Petokladentsi is a village in North Bulgaria. It is situated in Belene municipality, Pleven region.
It is 25 km south of the town of Belene and 49 km northeast of the town of Pleven. The neighboring village of Tatari is 7 km in the same direction while the village of Dekov is 16 km north. The capital Sofia is 214 km southwest.
It is located in the Danubian plain in proximity to Osam river's flow and its altitude is between 100 and 199 m.
The climate is temperate and is characterized by cold winter and hot summer.
The permanent population is 403 people.
Bus transportation connects it to the other settlements. The main streets are asphalted and with lightning. All mobile operators have coverage.
Here are functioning town hall, community center, kindergarten, store and restaurant. One GP takes care for the health of the people in the village. Specialized medical assistance you can get at the hospital in the town of Belene. There are also working schools.
On a hill near the village is located one of the few menhirs in Bulgaria. Its height is 2,20 m and represents rough stone block without any treatment with quadrilateral shape, tapered at the top. This pagan monument was revered as holy by the Christians and was renamed Praviya kamak.
The most interesting touristic sight on the territory of the municipality is natural park Persina. It encompasses the 19 Belenski islands. It is unique and significant ecologically for here are located three biosphere reserves:
Danube river with its impressive width near the town of Belene, beautiful banks and slow flow offers opportunities for the development of hunting, fishing and routе tourism.