The village Byala Voda is located on the southern slopes of the Bosnian ridge, at 300 m above sea level, above one of the tributaries of the Mladezhka River.

In the past, the village was named Konak, and it is assumed that it was a road station on an old road connecting Malko Tarnovo with Burgas.

The main livelihood of the inhabitants of the village Byala Voda in the past was agriculture, logging and cattle breeding.

The patron saint of the village is Saint Elijah. On the day of St. Elijah – July 20, the holiday of the village is celebrated.

The history of the village church “St. The Prophet Elijah ”is very interesting. 300-350 years ago the settlement was located about 4 km east of the present. When they emigrated, the people ruined their church. After some time in the new place, they built the new temple with the same material.

The church “St. Prophet Elijah” has been declared an architectural monument. It was built in the 18th century.

The church is a low structure, which is characterized by highly elongated proportions. Its roof is roughly carved and its walls are made of crushed stone.

Memorial site of the participants from the village in the Ilinden-Preobrazhensko uprising.

The village hall of the Byala Voda

Less than 1 km south of the village in Ryakata area, is the Chapel “St. Petka Bulgarian “.

It is believed that the place where the chapel is located is very energetic. Near it there is a spring with healing water. Thousands of years ago there was a Thracian settlement on this place.

The village is located among centuries-old oak forests, and the views around it are breathtaking. Its surroundings are overgrown with dense forests of eastern beech, hornbeam, hornbeam and cer.

In addition to Thracian mounds, the ancient settlement has many caves (Elenina Dupka, Osmorkata, Propadnaloto, Valchata yama, Chepra, etc.).