Wine cellar Agrofitness is located in the village of Borovtsi between Montana and Berkovitsa. The cellar is the work of Todor Kostadinov – a man possessed by the ever-seeking spirit, for whom age is no limit, an advocate and rediscoverer of local and authentic BULGARIAN varieties, guardian of the terroir, its purity and originality. Having felt its specificity first-hand in the vineyard, with enormous work capacity and creative energy he shapes the elegant profile of the wines. With manual winemaking and an artisanal approach, a memorable, easily recognizable, unadulterated and authentic wine is created in limited series revealing the Bulgarian national identity. In addition to making impeccable wines, Todor Kostadinov is also a good wine guide who can welcome his guests in an incredible way. With genuine hospitality, a warm and caring attitude towards visitors along with a harmonious relationship between wine and food and carefully prepared appetizers and demonstrations even the most sophisticated adventurers can be satisfied. And let’s not forget that wine has a history, tradition, culture and image dating back thousands of years.
The Chiprovtsi Monastery is located at the foot of Yazova Mountain, 6 km from Chiprovtsi and 30 km from Montana. Access to it is extremely easy as you can drive right up to the monastery itself. Built in the 10th century by the Bulgarian Catholics, a total of six fires and destructions are recorded in the annals of the monastery.
Belogradchik rocks are located near the town of Belogradchik. They represent rock groups and single rocks with unique shapes. They are natural formations, and in some places they are over 200 metres high. The rocks are characterised by their red colour which is a result of the iron compounds in them. More than 100 caves are hidden among the bizarre formations.
The formation of the cave Magura began about 15 million years ago. It is one of the largest caves in Bulgaria with the total length of the discovered galleries totalling to about 2,500 metres. Protected by UNESCO as a natural landmark, the cave resembles an underground cathedral and is one of the brightest tourist attractions in Eastern Europe. What makes it truly unique are the extremely well-preserved ancient drawings that have no analogues not only in Bulgaria.