Dobrinishte ( Bulgarian Добринище ) is a Bulgarian ski resort and spa town in Blagoevgrad Province in the Pirin Mountains. Dobrinishte is good 5 km east of the larger and more well known Bansko to the community it belongs to.
The 2749 inhabitants ( 2010) A city is situated at an altitude of 850 m. The municipal government has 80 km ².
The populated already in the Neolithic site, which had larger minorities of Muslims, Pomaks and Roma in the Ottoman Period, has 17 mineral springs with temperatures between 30 and 43 ° C. The spring water is used for treating various diseases.
The total length of the ski slopes is 7 km. The ski resort with four different possible routes of intermediate difficulty between a height of 2500 m (mountain) and 1550 m (valley ) is accessed by a double chairlift.
Dobrinishte is the terminus of the narrow gauge Rhodopenbahn, which also passes through the Rila Mountains except the Rhodope Mountains.