In the area of the Low Beskids, near the Poloniny National Park, near the river Udava, there is a small village Adidovce. 230 people live in 80 houses.
Chalets and tourists have not yet discovered the beauty of the surroundings. However, there are hunters from all over Slovakia and abroad. They maintain the tradition of hunting in the village and its land (nature reserve Iľovníca), where in the past hunted noblemen of the Drugethov and Andrassy family.
14 km from Adidovce is Humenne (bus connection every 2 hours) and 15 km Snina.
If you turn right at the end of the village, you can take a beautiful walk down the Iľovnica valley. Iľovnica is a nature reserve, biocentre of supra-regional importance with an area of 2,160 ha and a protection zone of 52 ha. The valley of the same river flows through the valley with the length of almost 7 km.
It rises on the northern slope of Patria (533 m above sea level) at an altitude of 355 m above sea level. At the Adidovce, at an altitude of 207 m above sea level, it flows into Udava. It is a popular place for fishermen. Until 1934, the forest railway led to Udavské through the Iľovnice valley. The remains of the original embankments are still recognizable to this day. The hedgehog is known for its abundance and is part of the hunting district.
If you turn left at the end of the village to Taňkové corner, you will reach Lazy in less than half an hour. These are ridge meadows, from which you can see the Vihorlat mountain range with the silhouette of the Sninski Stone, but also the neighboring village of Dental and Border Zones with Poland and Ukraine. If you make this trip in the summer, you will find plenty of blackberries and mushrooms.
Interesting is also maintained military cemetery from the First World War. It is 2 km from the village center.
GPS coordinates of Adidovce Obitelnik: 49 ° 0´58.187 ″ N, 22 ° 2’13.737 ″ E