Vladimirovo is a village in North-eastern Bulgaria, part of Dobrichka municipality, Dobrich region. It is located 36 km to the west from the town of Dobrich and 18 km to the south from the town of Valchi Dol.
The climate is typical for the region - damp and cold winter and dry summer. The exposure of the village is very good - it allows all of its parts to have eastern and southern exposure. At the same time the forests around the village are protecting it from the cold north-eastern, northern and north-western winds.
The relief in the area is hilly cut through by a dry ravine, and the terrains in the northern part are slightly sloped. In the village there is an abundance of subterranean waters at depth 15-20 meters. The population numbers to 350 people. The average altitude is 240-250 m.
Vladimirovo is the largest village in the area. The following institutions are operating in the village: a mayor's office where marriages are carried out, a kindergarten, a secondary school, a community center, few food shops, a small park with a playground, a post-office and a cafe. The roads are in a very good condition. The village is supplied with water and electricity on a regular basis. The locals may take advantage on all modern communications - telephone, internet, satellite TV, coverage of all mobile operators. Regular bus transportation connects Vladimirovo to the town of Dobrich and the nearby villages.