Hudlice is a municipality and village in Beroun District in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 1,300 inhabitants.
Hudlice is made up of one administrative part.
Hudlice is located about west of Beroun and west of Prague. It lies in the Křivoklát Highlands, in the Křivoklátsko Protected Landscape Area. The highest peak of the municipal territory is Krušná hora at above sea level, the lowest point is the confluence of the creeks Dibeřský and Libotický at . Rocks Hudlická skála at , an isolated cobblestone cliff, and Kozlí skála at are significant points.
The village is situated in a steep slope of the Krušná hora hill. The historic part of the village follows a nameless creek, the right tributary of the Libotický creek. The main watercourses are Dibeřský and Libotický creeks. Dibeřský creek flows through Běstiny ravine, where Hudlice water source is placed. Libotický potok creek originates at north part