The village of Sadina is situated in Northeastern Bulgaria, in the Municipality of Popovo, District of Targovishte. The picturesque village is hidden in a hollow between the cities of Razgrad and Ruse, along the Malki Lom River.

Great location – surrounded by the Town of Popovo – approximately 12 miles from the village, Town of Targovishe – located only 36 miles away, the biggest city in the area City of Ruse – also only 36 miles away, the City of Veliko Tarnovo – 57 miles, the coastal City of Varna – 100 miles, the Bulgarian capital Sofia – 194 miles.

In the village you can also find a Village Hall, a post office, shops, a community centre “Saedinenie”, established in 1889 with functioning folklore ensembles, a stadium, a primary school, as well as the “Holy Trinity” Church built in 1868.

About 900 people live in Sadina and it is one of the few villages in Bulgaria inhabited by the oldest ethnographic group in Bulgaria – namely the Kapantsi. They are famous for having preserved their original traditions representing their rich past and the village is home to the Kapanski Ethnographic Museum Complex. In the complex, situated in the centre of the village of Sadina, there is a house with ethnographic exhibition, providing an opportunity to study the customs and traditions of the Kapantsi. In the yard there is an open stage, barbecue, well, traditional stone fountain, covered space in the old style type of shelter, equipped with wooden tables and benches. Here you can try traditional local dishes and also enjoy folklore events.

The Roman fortress “Dobroselsko Kale” also known as “The Stone Road Fortress” is located about 3.5 km west of Sadina on a small natural mound-like rise located at the edge of the village grounds, hidden in a small valley. An old Roman road probably passed by it in the past.

The most attractive landmarks in the area are:

– “Holy Trinity” Church built in 1868;

– Community centre “Saedinenie” – 1889;

– Kapanski Ethnographic Museum Complex (centre of the village of Sadina);

– Roman fortress “Dobroselsko Kale”;

– Malki Lom River;