Krushuna waterfalls are one of the most beautiful and high water cascades in Bulgaria. Their starting point is the village of Krushuna, from where the main pedestrian area leading to the foot of the waterfall starts. From there begins a path that wanders up among the numerous fountains, which, falling, form beautiful karst terraces and innumerable small rocky sills covered with thick moss. Along the eco-trail, 15 wooden bridges have been built, thanks to which we see waterfalls in their full splendor. The water flowing on the rocks around creates a unique atmosphere of coziness and tranquility, recharges mentally and physically.
It is no accident in the past that the beauty and uniqueness of the area are attracted by the Hesychastic monks who build their abode here. They set up a monastery and cells for the Kalugers in the rocks next to the water cascade, believing that they could merge with God in this magical place.
Near the Krushun waterfalls, there were two other monasteries in the village. One was located near the Hesychastian monastery, and the other was built during the time of Ivan Assen II, and it is believed that his tomb is somewhere around.
Even today, the old people claim, there are souls of monks around Krushun who cannot break away from this wonderful place.
The local priest, despite the cold water, has been baptizing infants several times in the swirl under the waterfall. Thus, it charges them with divine energy and power, which is very tangible to the Krushuna waterfalls.