Ilino is a village located in the immediate vicinity of Rtanj town. Due to vicinity of the well-known mountain and thunderous weather, the village was dedicated to Slavic god Perun and in the time of Christianity it was renamed to honour the St. Elijah the Thunderer. In the Ilino village, in the base of Rtanj mountain, there is a newly built Ethno village - Rtanjski dvori. The complex consists of 6 tourist buildings, but contains cultural and artistic amenities, as well. It has a traditional design, consisting of combined Serbian architectural styles. All buildings are built from stone and wood, but modernly furnished. The village is also known for the Memorial House of renowned Serbian sculpturer Ljubinka Savić Grasi (1922-1999), which is opened for visitors, and by International School of Old Crafts.
Memorial House of Sculpturer Ljubinka Savić-Grasi was built in late 19th century and belonged to Savić family until 1926, when it was sold to Ilin municipality. It was fully reconstructed and transformed into Memorial House of Sculpturer Ljubinka Savić Grasi and furnished traditionally with pieces made by residents of Ilina. The room of Ljubinka Savić-Grasi contains an exhibition about life and work of the artist, who lived and worked in Belgrade, but remained very closely-bonded to her home.