Mountain village in the valley of stream Úpa. It reaches in the wide area on the slopes of Hraniční ridge. The village was populated in 16th century. The main development of village was bound up with logging and mining of ore and arsenic-ore. The most interesting buildings are the wooden school from the year 1779 and late Baroque church of St. Petr and Pavel from the beginning of 19th century. At the part of village named Pomezní Boudy is situated the border-point to Poland. In the area of Malá Úpa is situated several ski tows and objects for summer and winter recreation.