Each of the 11 villages has its own spirit, carried on the wings of centuries of history, hiding many secrets yet to be discovered. Along with the cultural-historic monuments of the last centuries, which there are authentic documents and data about, we are seeing unexplored archeological landmarks, surrounded by legends and myths – Trakian mounds in Babovo and Kosharna, antique Roman town of Apiariya in Ryahovo, traces of the Eolith age.
The protected area Kalimok-Brashlen is of great interest in the field of alternative tourism; part of that area falls into the territory of Slivo pole. There, a rich variety of animal kinds has been preserved, including 230 kinds of birds, representing 50% of the birds in Bulgaria, as well as reptiles, amphibians and mammals, rare or endangered species, as well as species, registered in The Red Book of Bulgaria as moribund.
The greatest wealth of the municipality are hardworking people linked by the common idea of well-being and sustainable development of the homeland, regardless of ethnic origin, traditions and religion.