Rajdavitsa is a village in West Bulgaria. It is in Kyustendil Municipality, District of Kyustendil.
It stands about 17 km north of the town of Kyustendil and less than 90 km south-west of the capital of Sofia.
Regular bus and railway transportation link Rajdavitsa with the surrounding settlements and the bigger towns. Railway route Sofia-Kyustendil passes through the village.
The village of Rajdavitsa is situated in Kyustendil Valley, in the western foothills of Konyavska Mountain, at an altitude of approximately 637 m.
Climate in the region is temperate continental with Mediterranean influence along the Struma River. Winters are mild and summers are warm and dry.
The population of Rajdevitsa is about 244 residents.
Village infrastructure is settled with asphalted and lighted streets, electricity, water-supply system, telephone lines, Internet access and coverage of mobile operators.
There is functioning town house, church, post office, primary school, community center, shops and restaurants.
Medical services for the residents are provided in a health center, visited by GP from the village of Shishkovtsi /less than 5 km north/. The closest hospital, kindergarten and high school are in the town of Kyustendil.
Ravdavitsa is located in the valley of River Struma, where numerous places for fishing and recreation are available.
Landmarks in the area of the village are:
"Uspenie Bogorodichno" Church - built in 1935
The ruins of the medieval fortress "Three Towers" are in the vicinity of the village.
Stone, painted by Vladimir Dimitrov - the Master is also in Razhdavitsa.