Mogilitsa is situated 25 кm south-west from the town of Smolyan. The houses are located picturesquely on the left bank of Arda River. The earliest traces of human presence are from 1000 BC. The settlement was a resort in the times of the Byzantine Empire. Prominent noblemen have come here to rest and game. Very important strategic road from Roman times have passed here – it connected Aegean Sea with Thrace. The old name of the settlement is Tozburun.
The most important building in Mogiliitsa is Agushevi Konatsi – a unique mediaeval feudal complex which was built in the middle of 19th c. AD. "Konak" is a Turkish word meaning a common administrative building. In this case this is something like a summer residence, possession of a Turkish feudal. The complex consists of three buildings (konaks), each one with separated backyard and draw-well. The women premises are separated with very high inner walls. The three buildings are surrounded by a common wall, which makes Agushevi Konatsi look like a castle. The tower at the south-east corner of the walls, strengthens this incredible picture. Despite all these fortifications Agushevi Konatsi are not so scared. The white color and the pictures on the tower make the place look more fresh and warm.
Today, the population of Mogilitsa is 570 people. A demonstrative centre for local crafts is established. Visitors can observe the way of processing of traditional goods and buy beautiful souvenirs and fabrics. The houses in the village offer accommodation for the visitors who can also try from the tasty Rhodopean specialities.