Malo Malovo is a village in Western Bulgaria, Municipality Dragoman, Sofia region.
It is about 8 km northeast of Dragoman, 51 km northwest of the center of Sofia, 21 km in the same direction from the town of Slivnitsa, 18 km southeast of Kalotina / the border with the Republic of Serbia /.
The population numbers about 140 people.
Located in a mountainous area, with an average altitude of 742 m.
The climate is temperate. Summers are hot and winters cold. There are negative values of the average January temperature of about - 2.5 C and average July temperatures of about 18.4 C.
Rainfall is less.
The village is well-laid out, with maintained infrastructure.
There are water supply, electricity, communication networks. Lack sewers. There is coverage of all mobile operators.
Here works community center. Educational institutions and medical practices there are in the community center - Dragoman and hospitals - in the regional center - Sofia.
Transport links between settlements are provided with bus transport.
Nearby passes the international road E-80, connecting Western Europe and the Middle East.
With its natural resources, beautiful landscape and almost untouched scenery, the area around Dragoman has the prerequisites to become an attractive place for hiking. High rocks, karst formations and shapes attract the attention of climbers, cavers and delta and unexplored terrain - the archaeologists and botanists.
Lovers of extreme sports can get on a paraglider Chepan, one of the best places for this sport.
Interest for tourism are architectural and historical landmarks like Razboishtki monastery and Cheparlyanski Monastery and others.
Dragoman marsh - only in Bulgaria with karst origin, which gives it special conservation concern. Marsh is a protected area in which are many rare plants and waterfowl.
Cave Temnata dupka, located near the village Lipintsi and about half a kilometer from the neighborhood Bachiyshte above the village Berende izvor. Is 425 meters long and is dotted with various cave formations - stalactites, stalagmites, blinds, dishes and ponds, cave pearls, stone lilies and other specific entities. It was declared a landmark.