Stensko is a village in Western Bulgaria. It is part of Kyustendil Municipality, District of Kyustendil.
It stands about 16 km west of the town of Kyustendil.
The relief is flat and hilly, with altitude about 440 m.
Climate in the region is continental, characterized with mild winters and warm and dry summers.
The infrastructure in Stensko includes partly asphalted streets, electric and water-supply systems, Internet, cable TV, telephone lines and coverage of mobile operators.
Less than 10 km away from the village passes European route E79, connecting it to the towns of Kyustendil and Sofia.
There is regular bus transportation to and from Kyustendil.
The village has a church, shops and restaurants.
Medical care is provided in the local health center.
The closest schools and hospitals are in the administrative center of Kyustendil.
This particular region of Bulgaria is known for the tastiest cherries produced.
Close to the village runs Dragovishtitsa River, offering conditions for recreation and walks in the beautiful nature.
The close proximity of Kyustendil makes possible visiting of the spas and Roman baths in Kyustendil. The hill of Hisarlaka is rising about 2 km south-east of the village. There is a fortress there, built at the end of IV and the beginning of V century.