Nedachlebice ( German Nedachlebitz ) is a municipality in the Czech Republic. It is located eleven kilometers northeast of Uherské Hradiště and belongs to Okres Uherské Hradiště.
Nedachlebice is located in the northwestern foothills of the Prakšická highlands on the edge of the Natural Park. The village is located on the left side of the creek Zlámanecký creek at the mouth of the creek Lipinsky. South-east rises the Vrchovina (331 m ) and in the south of Nad zahradami ( 296 m) and the Rovná hora (350 m).
Neighboring towns are Malá Strana and Březolupy in the north, Pec pod, Svárov and Částkov in the northeast, Dobrkovice in the east, Pašovice, Grefty and Prakšice the southeast, Drslavice, Lhotka, Hradčovice and Veletiny in the south, Podolí, Popovice Javorovec and Mistřice the southwest, Dubovský Mlýn and Bílovice in the west and Topolná in the northwest.
The first written mention of the village Nedaclebiz took place in 1209 in a deed Otakar I Přemysls several sovereign goods to the chapter Olomouc. In the 14th century they founded the Kužel acquired the property and the local branch is put to the predicate de Nedachlebicz (z Nedachlebic ). During this time, a fortress was built. Owners were, inter alia, in 1340 Boček of Nedachlebice, 1366-1392 Viknan, Jaroslav, Janáč and Matyas of Nedachlebic and from 1492 onwards Arnost Kužel of Žeravice. Between 1520 and 1560 had the Vladike of Korotín and 1574-1603 the JANAUER Strachnow of the estate. In 1618 Friedrich von Kaunitz Nedachlebicz bought and closed it to his rule Uherský Brod. The oldest town seal is from 1690 and bears the inscription NEDAGLEBICE Dedina. Residents living from agriculture, wine and fish farming. In 1686 passed the village nine fish ponds. The present form of the name Nedachlebice be traced back to 1846. Until the mid-19th century Nedachlebice always remained the lords of Kaunitz on Uherský Brod submissive
From 1850 formed Nedachlebice / Nedachlebiitz a municipality in the district team Uherský Brod. At the end of the 19th century, the vineyard was abandoned entirely. Since 1921, the village is part of the Okres Uherské Hradiště.
For the community Nedachlebice no districts are reported. To Nedachlebice heard the settlement Mala Strana.
- Church of St.. Cyril and Methodius, built in 1991 - 1998th The cemetery was established in 2000
- Several cross on the road to Bílovice
- Ponds Olšovec I and II, southwest of the village in the valley of the brook Olšoveček