Starmen is a village in Northern Bulgaria. It is part of Byala Municipality, Ruse Region.
Starmen is located at Yantra riverside. It is 56 km south-west from the centre of Ruse, 5 km north-west from town of Byala, 204 km in the same direction from town of Varna, 44 km south-east from town of Svishtov and 250 km north-east from city of Sofia.
The population is approximately 330 people.
It is located in the middle part of the Danube plain, on 51 m above the sea level. The relief is plain, but part of the village is set on a rock. The climate characterizes with hot, dry summer and cold winter.
Starmen is small and well-developed village. It is provided with electricity, water supply and communication equipment. In close proximity to the railway station in town of Byala.
There is a town-hall, a post office, a community centre with a library, a children home, an orthodox church and commercial areas. The nearest operational schools and medical centres are in the municipal town of Byala.
The bicycle route Byala-Stalpishte passes through the village. The route follows Yantra current from town of Byala to its moth with Danube River, and then proceeds on the Danube current as well.
Yantra River is very suitable for fishing and kayaking as well. You may fish European chub, Northern pike, zander, perch, trout etc. The part suitable for kayaking starts from town of Byala and ends in the moth of Danube River.
About 26 km away is located Rusenski Lom Natural Park - protected area that occupies more than 3408 dca. The park characterizes with beautiful caves, rock shapes, historical monuments and zones with rich flora and fauna.