Pozharevo is a village in Western Bulgaria. Located in Bojurishte Municipality, Sofia District.
In Bulgaria there is another village, named after Pojarevo - in municipality of Tutrakan, District Silistra.
It is located 7 km southwest of the town of Bozhurishte, 21 km northwest of downtown Sofia, 38 km northeast from Pernik, 25 km southeast of the town Slivnitsa, 22 km southwest of Kostinbrod and 50 km southeast of Kalotina on the border with Serbia.
The population is approximately 230 people.
The village is located in a hilly area between the Sofia field and Lyulin Mountain at an altitude of 750 m.
In it goes Pozharevska River. Dam was built at the eastern end of the village, which offers excellent conditions for sport fishing.
The climate is temperate. Winters are mild with average monthly temperature of about 2 C, while summer is warm with average monthly temperatures around 21 C.
Pozharevo is well developed village, with electricity, water and telephone network. Partially built sewers.
There are town hall, library and shops. In 2008 was built Sheltered Home Together, which houses youth who have grown up without parental care.
Located about 3 km from the main road Sofia-Kalotina and about 8 km from the ring road of Sofia.
To the settlement travel route taxis. In the municipal town Bojurishte there is regular bus and train transport to Sofia.
Educational and health facilities there are in a community center Bozhurishte.
Because of being close to the ring road of Sofia, the Lyulin motorway and operational railway and the availability of land, the area becomes more attractive for investment.
The hilly terrain and suitable climatic conditions, combined with the proximity of the mountains Vitosha and Lyulin make the area suitable for growing herbs and ecotourism. The area of the municipality Bojurishte was named one of the cleanest areas in the country environmentally.