Magurata is one of the biggest caves in Bulgaria. It is situated in the south slope of the Rabisha hill, Western Fore-Balkan. The cave is formed in limestone from the Cretaceous period. There are archaeological remnants in the Magurata cave from early Bronze epoch, early Iron Age, early Roman epoch. Archaeologists have found dwellings, instruments of production and arms, ceramic utensils. The cave is remarkable with its paintings and the so-called Sunny Hall. They were created in the late Bronze Age and were done with cave manure. The cave was declared for tourist landmark in 1960 on an area of 83 hectares situated in the village of Rabisha, Belogradchik municipality, Vidin region.
Petkov Tzerak Waterfall is a natural landmark established in 1982 on an area of 20 hectares. It is situated in the region of the Boynitza village, Boynitza municipality, Vidin region.
Suhi Pech Caves, in Dolni Lom village, Chuprene municipality, Vidin region are natural landmark from 1976 on an area of 20 hectares.
Lipaka is a territory populated by endangered, rare and vulnerable plant species habitats. It was declared protected territory in 2003 on an area of 17.30 hectares in the region of Milchina Luka village, Gramada municipality, Vidin region.
Vrashka Chuka is a protected territory aiming preservation of endangered, rare and vulnerable plant species habitats. It was registered in 2003 on an area of 67.60 hectares on the land of Izvor Mahala village, Kula municipality, Vidin region.
Byalata Voda waterfall is a natural landmark established in 1976 on an area of 1 hectare and situated in Stakevtzi village, Belogradchik municipality, Vidin region.
Boroviyat Kamak is a rocky formation in the region of the village of Borovitza village, Belogradchik municipality, Vidin region. The rocky formation was included in the list of natural landmarks in 1976 on an area of 1.30 hectares.
Venetz Cave inthe Chukara area, the village of Oreshetz, Dimovo municipality, Vidin region is a natural landmark from 1971 on an area of 1 hectare.
Rakovishkiat Monastery is a protected territory aiming preservation of characteristic landscape which is a result of harmonious coexistence of man and nature. Rakovishkiat Monastery was registered as protected natural territory in 2003 on an area of 50 hectares.