The municipality of Lucani is situated in Western Serbia, in the district of Moravica. It covers an area of 454 km2 and it is one of the medium-sized municipalities in Serbia. Dragacevo as a broader geographic area, which includes the municipality Lucani, covers an area of approx. 735 km2. According to the last census in 2011, the municipality had 20,897 inhabitants, distributed in 34 villages, out of which only Guca and Lucani are urban type settlements.

The territory of the municipality of Lucani borders with the municipality of Cacak the north and east, with the municipality of Kraljevo on the south and east, with the municipality of Ivanjica on the south, the municipality of Arilje on the west the municipality of Pozega on the north and west.

The most prominent forms of relief are: Dragacevo valley, mountains Golubac, Krstac, Lis, Jelica and Ovcar, Ovcar-Kablar gorge, Rti Cave.

The river Bjelica flows through the municipality. Its largest tributaries are Gorusica, Zivica and Dragacica. It belongs to the basin of the West Morava River, which flows along the northern border of Lucani through Ovcar-Kablar gorge. The only artificial lake in this region is situated in the village Vuckovica.

Climate in the municipality of Lucani is temperate. Temperature, wind, precipitation and insolation depend on the season. The highest average temperature of air in July is 19,3 оС and the lowest temperature is in February -0,7 оС.

The municipality of Lucani is famous for the Trumpet Festival, production of raspberries, plums and potatoes, and “Milan Blagojevic-Namenska” in Lucani, natural attractions and other cultural and religious sites.