Tatari is a village in Northern Bulgaria. It is located in the Municipality of Belene, District of Pleven.

The village is located in the Danube plain, about 9 miles away from the Town of Belene, 11 miles away from the Town of Svishtov, 24 miles away from the Town of Nikopol, 40 miles away from the City of Pleven and 140 miles away from the capital City of Sofia.

The population is approximately 226 people.

It is believed that the current village of Tatari is inhabited by a missing Tatar settlement, hence its name. Even today, the upper end of the village is still called the “Settlement”.

In 1883 an Orthodox church was built – preserved to this day, which is named “St. Petka-Paraskeva”. She is the patron saint of the village.

Bus transport connects the village with other settlements. The main streets are with asphalt and light.

Electricity and water supply networks have been built. All mobile operators have coverage.

There is a town hall, a community center, a kindergarten, a shop and a restaurant.

The village is located only 12 miles from the island of Persina and Nature Park “Persina” – Nature Park “Persina” is unique in Bulgaria. Here is the largest Bulgarian and the fourth largest Danube island in Europe – Persin Island, who named the Nature Park. Its length is 9 miles and width reaches 4 miles.