Habartice is the northernmost Czech village; it is located in Frýdlantský výběžek.

It is formed by houses set along a road leading to a border crossing to Poland. On the Polish side the closest village to Habartice is Zawidów, a town known about as early as in the 12th century. It boasts of interesting historical houses. Not far from the town is Wilka, a dam offering ideal conditions for yachting. An interesting building in Habartice is house No. 70 - a protected monument with a timbered and brick ground floor and a framed first floor.

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