Burladingen is a town in the Zollernalbkreis district, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is situated 24 km southwest of Reutlingen.
The town of Burladingen consists of
- Burladingen (with Hermannsdorf)
- Hausen im Killertal
- Stetten unter Holstein
The European Watershed between Black Sea and North Sea runs through the area. River Fehla (de:Fehla) is a tributary to River Lauchert (de:Lauchert), which is a tributary to River Danube.
The 14 km long Killertal valley is named after the village of Killer, as the church parish was located there. The river in the valley is the Starzel (de:Starzel (Neckar)), a tributary to the Neckar in Baden-Württemberg.
In the evening of 2 June 2008, three women drowned in the Starzel following heavy rainfalls and disastrous flooding. English language news reports attempted to give the story a bit of drama by misleadingly referring to the Killertal as the "Killer Valley" (the Killer in Killertal in fact coming from the name of the nearby village).