Skrebatno is a village in South-western Bulgaria. It is part of Garmen Municipality, Blagoevgrad Region.
The village spreads out the foot of south-western Rhodopes, at 725 m above the sea level. The relief is hilly and mountainous, and the climate characterizes with cool summer and mild winter. Kaninska River passes nearby.
The population is approximately 280 people.
Skrebatno is provided with electricity, water, sewerage system and communication equipment. There is a town-hall, a post office, a community centre and commercial areas.
Medical service and education centres are available in the municipal centre of Garmen (10 km).
The only museum collection in Garmen Municipality and the second most significant in the region is located here. It was created by an initiative committee with the help of the whole population of the village. The museum collection consists of two parts - ethnographic and historical.
Another local place of interest is the church 'St Paraskeva', built in 1835. It is a monument of culture.
Kaninska eco-path passes through the village. Its route is 13 km long and crosses forest and rock areas with many picturesque views and great bio variety. The path goes through the villages of Kovachevitsa, Skrebatno, Gorno Dryanovo and Leshten.
Village of Ognyanovo is about 8 km away. It comprises more than 20 mineral springs. The climate allows round-the-year healing of bone-joint, stomach and endocrine diseases.
Internet sources: garmen.bg; nicopolisadnestum.eu
Pictures: nicopolisadnestum.eu; bg-patriarshia.bg