Cities ans villages
The town is 86 km from Plovdiv,located east of the illustrious Valley of the Roses. It boasts a balneological, mineral water centre of national and international importance.
The village of Taja (1750 residents) is one of the most picturesque Balkan village. It is not a mere coincidence that one of the offices of the Department of National Park “Central Balkan” I s located here as the village is a main starting point for the most attractive part of the southeastern section of the park.
The village of Dolno Sahrane (900 residents) is located some 7 km away from the town of Pavel Banya, on an asphalt road to the town of Kazanlak.
The village of Gorno Sahrane (1550 residents) is located on an asphalt road 8 km north of the town of Pavel Banya and 3 km north of the sub-Balkan transport artery.
The village of Skobelevo (750 residents) is located in immediate proximity to the south-easternmost part of National Park “Central Balkan”, 11 km north of the town of Pavel Banya and 2 km away from the village of Assen.
The village of Gabarevo (1800 residents) is situated on both sides of the sub-Balkan road and railway line and is located just 7 km northwest of the town of Pavel Banya. In the village of Gabarevo one can visit the Djananovata kashta house, which hosts the “Vassil Levski” house-museum and also the 1885 “St. George” stone church, located in the center of the village.
The village of Touria (600 residents), huddled at the foot of the Sarnena Sredna Gora Mountain, below mountain peak Bratan, is located just 4 km south-southwest of the town of Pavel Banya, on the road for the town of Plovdiv.
The village of Manolovo is located in the heart of the Valley of Roses, at 500 m above sea level. The village has approximately 1000 residents. Until 1984 it was known under the name of Malko selo. The territory of village belongs to a favorable climatic and vegetation zone good for the growing of roses, lavender and tobacco.