The village of Dimcha is a village in Northern Bulgaria. It is located in the Municipality of Pavlikeni, District of Veliko Tarnovo.

The village of Dimcha is 3 miles away from the town of Suhindol, 5 miles from the town of Pavlikeni, 27 miles from the town of Polski Trambesh, 25 miles from the city of Veliko Tarnovo, 46 miles from the city of Pleven and 125 miles from the capital city Sofia.

The village is located in an area that is famous for its wines and the typical Bulgarian rural atmosphere.

The village has shops, a town hall, a church, a community center, a kindergarten.

Various entertainment is regularly organized in the village. There is also a competition for the most delicious homemade marmalade.

The village of Dimcha offers regular public transport to the neighbouring settlements and major cities in the region.

Population of the village is about 400 people.

The main landmarks in the area of the village are:

– Alexander Stamboliiski Dam – Only 10 miles away from the village of Dimcha. The Dam offers many opportunities for recreation, such as jets, water skiing, sailing and fishing;

– The town of Suhindol, located near the village, is famous for producing “Gamza Suhindol” wines, some of the best Bulgarian wines.

The area around the village of Dimcha is suitable for walks and hiking, as there are many caves nearby and the beautiful “Kaleto” area.