Boynitsa is a village situated in the municipality of Vidin, Vidin region.
It is located 35 km south - west of Vidin, 10 km north of Kula and about 250 km north - west of Sofia. The border with Serbia is about 15 km away.
The village is situated in the Danube plain, on about 240 m altitude. Nearby is the River Rabrovska.
The climate is characterized by cold winters, while summer is hot and dry.
The population numbers about 570 people. Several families from England and Russia also have properties in the village.
Boynitsa has electricity and water supply systems as well as sewerage. There are shops, several restaurants, church, club pensioner and the municipality building. A community center, elementary school and kindergarten operate in the village. There is a GP doctor and dentist.
Regular bus trasnport connects it with Kula and Vidin.
Tourism and landmarks:
Tourists can visit the ruins of the Roman fortress Kale Petsino, the church "Holy Trinity" and the monument of Puyol leader.
The rock monastery Albotinskiy is located on the road to the village Rabrovo. It was declared a cultural monument in 1927.
Vidin is a town with centuries-old history, where are the fortress "Baba Vida", the mausoleum of Patriarh Antim I and many other attractions.
Sources: naseverozapad.com, bg.wikipedia.org
Photos: Internet, bg-patriarshia.bg