N 45° 32' 45.9"
E 14° 41' 09.9"
Palčeva šiša is a house owned by Čop relatives from 1856. It is a cultural monument located on the border between Croatia and Slovenia. It is located in the centre of Plešce village. The house itself presents life of rich farms in the middle of 19th century as well as life and culture of people from Čabranka Valley.
The property has still preserved the old way of trade with original equipment, domed groundfloor rooms with presentation of tavern and old office on the upper floor, saloon with rich furnishing and decoration from 1880s as well as bedrooms. You can visit ethnographic collection as well as the attick and domed cellars of the past wine wholesales. The outbuilding also pertains to the house and it is the only such building in the valley made completely out of stone.