The small village Zadní a Přední Zvonková lies on the right bank of the Lipno Dam about 8 km south from the small town Horní Planá, 810 m a.s.l.
The village was comprised of two parts before the Second World War - Přední Zvonková and Zadní Zvonková. Zadní Zvonková disappeared after the displacement of German people from borderland after the war and only the devasted church has been preserved. Přední Zvonková has survived the communist era after the war up till present.
The Church of St. John Nepomucene in Zadní Zvonková was built at the end of the 18th century. At the end of the 19th century it was rebuilt in the Neo-Gothic style. During the second half of the 20th century it was dilapidated and only the ruins of the church were preserved up till the end of the 20th century. Then the church with the neighbouring cemetery were reconstructed at the turn of the 21th century and the church was newly consecrated.
The writer Johannes Urzidil often stayed in Zvonková. A small museum was founded in the village to remind him.
The access to Zvonková is possible by the ferry accross Lipno from Horní Planá or along the narrow road from the small settlement Bližší Lhota (accessible along the road from the small village Nová Pec). Pedestrians can use the green and red marked paths leading from Bližší Lhota with connection to the red signed path in former Zadní Zvonková.
The path of the instructional trail Schwarzenberský Kanál (Schwarzenbergs' Canal) leads along former Zadní Zvonková.