Izvor mahala is a village in northwestern Bulgaria. It is located in the municipality of Kula, Vidin region.
It is located two and a half kilometers from the border with Serbia, 11 km south-west of the municipal center - Kula , 43 km in the same direction from the town of Vidin and 225 kilometers north-west of Sofia city.
Its population numbers 96 people. The climate is temperate-continental. The terrain is hilly, and the average altitude is 308 m.
The village has no school and kindergarten. Children can be taught in high school and kindergarten in Kula. There also you can find medical care from GPs, dentists and other specialists.
There is a river passing near the village. It is called Boinishka. Poletkovtsi dam is located 5 km east from the village. They are suitable for recreation and fishing.
In the region you can also visit:
Rakovishki monastery "Holy Trinity", which is located 16 km south. Founded in X-XI century, and after the fall of Bulgaria under Ottoman rule declined. It was restored in the XVII century by St. Pimen Sofiyski. In the late XVIII century it was destroyed. Currently it is restored and operating. The road to the monastery passes through the village of Rakovica.
Ancient fortress Castra Martis, whose remains are located in the town of Kula. It was likely built by the Emperor Diocletian between III and IV century. It defended the way from Bononia to Singidunum through Vrashka chuka that is one of the western passes of the Balkan Mountains.
"Magura" cave, located about 32 km southeast of the village. The cave is one of the most beautiful in the country, a part of the Hundred national tourist sites.
Belogradchik Rocks - one of the most famous rock formations in Bulgaria, also a part of the Hundred national tourist sites. Located 52 km southeast.