The separated village amidst the wavy landscape of Goričko is located only a few miles from Moravske Toplice. It has approximately 300 inhabitants. The majority of the dwellings are located atop of the hills and spread across the hillsides. The name of the village – Vučja Gomila (Eng. Wolfe's Mound), has its own story to it. The nearby forest, namely, was where a number of ancient burial mounds were found.
Cyclists travelling through the village can take a break at the serviceable village resting area.
Local societies of the village provide for a vibrant community and preserve the local customs and traditions. One of the most popular events in the village is the 'Lüjpanje tikvinoga semena' – the husking of pumpkin seeds in the traditional manner event, which welcomes the curious in November. Like many of the villages in the area, Vučja Gomila also organises its own traditional hike, namely the Štefanov pohod – Steven's Hike, which regularly takes place in December.
A more recent tradition of the village is the 'Borovo gostüvanje' or the 'Pine Wedding' – a carnival-in-masks ceremony mocking the unmarried young men and women of the village. Vučja Gomila hosted 'Borovo gostüvanje' for the first time in 2008.