Beglika is an area in Rodopi (Rhodope) mountain in Bulgaria. It is situated in Rodopi's western part, between 1450 and 2186 m altitude, roughly about 25-30 km long and wide. The relief is not steep. There are some higher peaks- Golyama Syutkya (2186 m) and Batashki Snezhnik (2082 m), as well as few lower peaks. Beside the peaks, there is a labyrinth of valleys with streams and small rivers, finally gathered in Devinska river, which exits Beglika and enters its deep canyon. There are few dams and lakes in the area- Beglika, Golyam Beglik, Toshkov chark, Shiroka polyana and some other smaller lakes.
The whole area is covered by coniferous forests, as the rest of the higher zone of Rodopi mountain- it is the European southernmost "taiga", presented mainly by Norwegian spruce, fir-trees and white pine. There are a lot of meadows mainly around the streams and the lakes. The wildlife is presented mainly by bears, wild pigs and deers. There are two reservations- Beglika and Mantarica.
There are not constant cities or villages in Beglika, but only few resort settlements, as well as some forest and dam managing buildings. The nearest towns are Batak in the north and Dospat in the south. There is only one road from Batak to Dospat, which cross Beglika from north to south.
Beglika is an excellent place for hiking, cycling, fishing, kayaking and camping. For now it is not developed for the mass tourism, and it makes the area a great place for wild forest adventures. There is a Beglika Fest, arranged every summer at Golyam Beglik dam's coast- an event with a lot of music, games and other performances.