The town of Kableshkovo is a small and quiet town with a population of 2,900 inhabitants and an altitude of 55-80 meters. It is located only 10 km. from the town of Pomorie and 20 km. from the city of Burgas.
Until 1934 the village was called Dautlii. It received the status of a town in 1969. Many settlers from Aegean Macedonia and Thrace, Karamandzha (today’s Koznitsa) and Erkech (today’s Kozichino) live in Kableshkovo.
Due to the favorable flat-hilly relief and temperate-continental climate with an average annual temperature of 12.7 C, the town develops agricultural and forestry.
Near Kableshkovo is the archeological reserve “Kozareva Mogila”. Archaeological finds date back to the 5th millennium BC. Socialization, conservation and development of the reserve are still pending. According to archaeologists, this is a great scientific discovery that proves the beginning of true civilization in the village itself, not outside it. According to scientists, this is a sign of a kind of “industrial” production of various pottery. The discovered ancient pottery center is unique and is a proof that 5,000 years BC. Civilization originated right on our coast.
Near the town of Kableshkovo is the peak “Biberna”, where it is claimed that Tsar Simeon observed and led the “Battle of Aheloy” on August 20, 917.
The guests of the town of Kableshkovo have the unique opportunity to visit the two wine cellars in the region and to buy a wide range of local wines.