Zepce is set in central Bosnia, next to the highway M-17. It covers the area of 340 square kilometres and it is inhabited by 30 000 inhabitants.
History resources say that the first written document about Zepce was dated in October 14, 1458 when the king Stjepan Tomas made a charter for Stjepan Ratkovic, high official. There are several religious objects like mosques and churches.
Nearby the town, there are 14 mineral water springs. Zepce is set in the valley and surrounded by mountains that are suitable for hunting and mountaineering. Mountain hut Martinski vis and numerous hunt houses set on the mountain slopes and glades are guarantee for having rest and spending free-time.