The municipality of Kula is situated in northwestern Bulgaria (province Vidin) at the westernmost edge of the Danube Plain, 32 km from the District Center Vidin. Its territory covers two morphological structural units - the hilly Danube Plain and the foothills of the Balkan Range (the Fore-Balkan). The relief is hilly and flat, cut across by the river valleys of the Topolovets and Chichilska rivers. The average altitude is 295 m above sea level. To the west Koula municipality borders the Republic of Serbia and Montenegro along a 12 km borderline. The hilly Balkan range extends to the south and southeast at an altitude of 300 - 500 m. The climate is moderate continental with cold winters and hot summers. The soils are humus (black earth) in the plain and brown soils in the higher areas, suitable for the development of agriculture.
The Holy Trinity Monastery (12 century) is situated near the village of Rakovitsa functions as an informal tourist facility in the vicinity of Koula (at a distance of 21 km). A fixed tourist route leads from the monastery to the Babin Nos and Chernoglav peaks. The Vrashka Chuka protected natural sight is located on the territory of the municipality. The ruins of the Kastra Martis (2 c.) Roman fortress dating back to late antiquity and giving the name of the town can be found in the center of the Municipality.
Cities and villages in Kula municipality: Village of Chichil, Village of Golemanovo, Village of Izvor mahala, Village of Kosta Perchevo, Town of Kula, Village of Poletkovtsi, Village of Staropatitsa, Village of Topolovets, Village of Tsar-Petrovo