Dolna malina is a village in Western Bulgaria. It is part of Gorna Malina Municipality, Sofia region.
Its population is approximately 350 people.
The settlement spreads out the eastern part of Sofia field, at 584 m above sea level.
The relief is hilly and plain, at some places - mountainous.
The climate is humid continental and characterizes with long, cold winter and hot summer.
Dolna malina is a well-developed village. It is provided with electricity, water and telephone net. It comprises a town hall, a church, a community centre with a library and shops. Educational and health services are available in the municipal centre of Gorna malina (5 km away).
The village is just 6 km away from the main road Sofia-Burgas. Regular transportation to the capital serves the village.
The population plants mainly grain fodder, wheat, corn, barley, sun-flower and oats. Stock-breeding of cows, sheep, goats and pigs is in the private farms.
Local cultural landmark is the church of St Dimitar. 'Vasil Levski' community centre is operational and has vocal folk groups.
There are cinema sites next to the village which are suitable for shooting films and making parties.
The fishing lovers may visit Ognyanovo Dam which is just 19 km away in southern direction. The dam is full of perch, chub, Danube bleak, etc.