The Jewish cemetery of Drahovo is at least 200 years old. Vegetation was relatively light at the site. The cemetery is located near the summit of a small hill and is surrounded by private housing. There was no gate or wall but the site contained around 300 tombstones, which received semi-regular maintenance from a local caretaker. The last burial dates to the late 1980s. Fencing at the site has encompassed both the old and new parts of the cemetery and was extended by agreement with the local authority to allow for additional burials if required.