Petrevene is a village in northernBulgaria, part of Lukovit Municipality, Lovech region.
The population is about 660 inhabitants.
The terrain is lowland with average altitude of 135 m.
The climate is temperate continental with warm, dry summer and relatively mild winter.
The village has electricity, partly paved and lightened streets, partial sewerage instllation, water main. There is Internet and telecommunications.
Through the village passes European road E83 (Sofia – Rousse and Sofia –Pleven).
The village has a town hall, post office, school, community center and a church, which has been renovated in 2009. There is also a network of retail shops, restaurants and cafes.
A general practitioners serves the needs of the inhabitants.
The village of Petrevene is located in closeness to Zlatna Panega river, which in the summer is cool and nice place for fishing, resting and walk-arounds.
At a distance of about 6 km from the village is situated the cave “Prehodna”, which is one of the most famous caves in the region of Lukovit. “Prehodna” has the longest cave tunnel in Bulgaria– 262 m. It was declared a natural monument in year 1962.
In the surroundings of the city of Lukovit there are many unique rock formations and natural attractions such as the circus “Kotlen”, rock-falls “Dayma”, the beautiful canyon of “Kotlen”, the lagoon with the circular marsh, e.t.c.