Located at 105 km from Sofia, in the Western Stara Planina Mountain Range, the Monastery expands imagination by its construction, proportions, architecture, stone sculptures and relief on the outer walls. It dates back to 1850-1853 and is devoted to Sveti Yoan Predtecha (St. John the Precursor). The Monastery church has preserved one of the most beautiful iconostases in North Bulgaria - a real filigree in the best traditions of the Samokov School of Art. The icons are the work of Nikolai and Stanislav Dospevski. The Lopushanski Monastery has been officially designated a National Monument of Culture.
It is situated within the memorial complex of the same name commemorating the fallen for freedom and democracy from the Uprising of Chiprovtsi in 1688 until today.
Amidst an oak wood with a lot of greenery and well-formed alleys, 2 km away from the nearest settlement and 15 km away from the town of Montana, the inn is the perfect place for your rest, secret date or a gathering with friends.
There are 5 rooms and 1 apartment with their own bathrooms and toilets, TV, air-conditioning, and local heating. The inn can accommodate a total of 16 people.
A restaurant with 60 + 120 summer seats, a day bar with 18 seats.
Opening hours - all the year round, nonstop.
Transport and trips with an 8-seat minibus.
is a picturesque mini-dam lake with perfect condition for fishing at
a distance of
250 m. The two rivers Pomezhdinska and Dalgidelska merge at a
distance of 1 km, flow into the Ogosta River and form the second
biggest dam lake in Bulgaria 12 km farthest - the Ogosta Dam, which
is most convenient for windsurfing, fishing and sun-bathing.
Tourism opportunities in the vicinity: