Rajacke Pimnice is actually a village of wine cellars that allow seasonal accommodation. This unique architectonic complex includes 270 wine cellars. Pimnice is sunk in the ground, built of stone and wood, and the walls are sometimes one meter thick. The underground area is used for wine storage while the overhead part is the processing plant. The purpose of the special construction is to maintain unchanging temperature of the wine.
Pimnice used to be an important seasonal base for the region, in terms of wine production. During the wine seasons, it was sometimes even more important for the natives than their home villages, which is reflected in the equipment and services provided in this place. Wine cellars were built near vineyards in other localities, too.
The area around the city of Negotin is renowned for top quality wine, awarded at various occasions. The locality has ideal conditions for production of wine due to annual (average) 265 sunny days. It is important to emphasise that traditional methods of wine production are still in use in this area. Today´s Rajacke Pimnice is, besides the traditional storage of wine - adjusted to tourism, too, who love to come and taste the local wine production. The complex of buildings in Rajacke Pimnice was developed from mid 18th century to the thirties (of the 20th century) .
Rajacke Pimnice, due to its position near the state border with Bulgaria and Romania is an attractive option for trips and relaxation in this locality. Some 40 km far from Rajacke Pimnice, there is another interesting tourist destination, the famous Bulgarian fortress near the Danube River called Baba Vida .