The Głubczyce District is located in the southern part of the Opolskie Province, on the Polish-Czech borderland, and covers the area of 673 km2. The District consists of 4 Communes: Baborów, Branice, Głubczyce and Kietrz. The number of inhabitants amounted to 47038 at the end of 2013.
Agriculture is the dominant branch of economy in the Głubczyce District. The industry is primarily connected with the agri-food processing and secondarily with electromechanics, ceramics, construction and wood processing.
There are a lot of interesting forms of nature in the Głubczyce District.
While visiting the Głubczyce District, it is worth seeing, inter alia, the market square with the town hall, which was erected in neorenesaince style, the Museum of Głubczyce Land, the wooden Church of Saint Joseph in Baborów, the lookout tower in Włodzienino, the Franciscan Monastery and the Church in Głubczyce, the XIX century station in Głubczyce, the historical Saint Florian's figure in Kietrz or the castle in Szczyty.