Varbovka is a village in the municipality of Pavlikeni, Veliko Tarnovo region.
It’s 9 km from Pavlikeni, 8 km from Suhindol and 45 km from Veliko Tarnovo. Sofia is on 200 km and Varna - 270 km.
Varbovka is located in the attractive hilly district. There’s coniferous and broad-leaved wood in the region, which is very suitable for hunting and tourism. There live deer, does, wild-boars, rabbits, partridge and pheasants. Carp, Carassius and sheatfish live in Rositsa, Lomya and Negovanka River, which makes the village a perfect place for fishing.
Corn and vine-growing are the basic branches in the region.
Near Varbovka is situated “Konski dol” district, where there’re caves and karst springs, as well as a basaltic hill “Kosmatitsa”. “Pusiyata” district has very significant historical value, because it’s connected with the battles during the April riot in 19th c.
Houses in the region are mainly two-storey, brick-built and plastered, with stone walls and minor stone-built constructions.
The infrastructure in the village is very well-developed. There’re two shops, a church, a cultural club, a village-hall, a day nursery, a primary school, a café, a restaurant with summer garden and a discotheque. The water-supply in the region is carried out through the ledges of Rositsa, Lomya and Negovanka Rivers and the local gullies.
The bus service in the village provides regular transport in the municipality and in the region.
There’s also a general practitioner that serves the village.