Radotina is a village in Western Bulgaria. It is located in Botevgrad, Sofia region.
It is 17 km northwest of the town of Botevgrad, 79 km northeast of Sofia, 38 km south of the town of Vratsa, 24 km in the same direction of Mezdra.
The population numbers about 210 people.
Radptina is located in a mountainous area on the eastern slope of Rzhana Mountain, 740 meters above sea level.
Passes through the river Rudarka.
The climate and throughout Botevgrad Valley, often crude - a long winter, short spring - cool and windy, and summer - hot and dry.
The village is electrified, with maintainedinfrastructure. There are electricity, water supply and communication networks. Missing sewerage network.
Here work community center, town hall, shop. Nearest schools and health facilities arein the municipal centerBotevgrad.Regular bus service connects it with the settlements in the area.
The village has beautiful scenery. There are opportunities to practice rural, mountain and ecological tourism. Are marked hiking trails. Nearby is the hut Leskova.
Above the village are the ruins of ancient fortress Gradishte.
The area Marinkov rat is a monument to the fallen in the wars of the village.
Waterfall Skaklya /off 23.06 km/ is among the highest Bulgarian waterfalls. Vigorous, crisp and crystalline water is lowered from 140 feet. The waterfall is impressive for its grandeur and beauty. Situated in one of the most picturesque shares of Vratsa Balkan, among old green forests and inaccessible cliffs, echoing birdsong by day and night by the melodic voice of crickets. In summer the water is being reduced. The road to the waterfall starts from the district hospital of Vratsa.
Nearby are the cave Ledenika /distance of 26 km/, Cherepishki Monastery /distance of 12 km/.