Sadovo is a village in southwestern Bulgaria. It is located in Hadzhidimovo Municipality, Blagoevgrad region.
In Bulgaria there are two villages with the same name - in Burgas region and Varna region, and one city - in Plovdiv region.
Sadovo is located about 3.5 km southwest from the municipal center town of Hadzhidimovo, about 115 km southeast from the city of Blagoevgrad, 218 km southeast from Sofia and 13 km southeast from the town of Gotse Delchev. Through the village passes main road leading to the border with Greece in checkpoint "Ilinden-Eksohi" / about 5 km south from Sadovo /
Sadovo is located on the eastern slopes of the Pirin Mountain at an altitude of 559 meters. Summer in the village is hot and the winter - often dry and relatively cold.
Sadovo is well developed - the streets are paved, there is coverage of mobile operators. There is a community center. The nearest schools are in the town of Hadzhidimovo, the nearest general hospital in the town of Gotse Delchev. The village has its own football team.
Every year on 14 October here is held a Fair in honor of St. Petka.
In the area of the village you can visit:
Monastery "St. George" in the town of Hadzhidimovo - declared a cultural monument of regional importance. This is the largest monastery complex in the valley of Mesta River, and third in Southwestern Bulgaria after Rila and Rozhen ones.
Reserve "Alibotush" - a unique natural area with a variety of animal and plant species.