Rapotín is a village in northern Moravia, lying northeast of Šumperk in the Czech Republic. Its history dates back to 13th century. In the second half of the 17th century the area around the Desná River was where witch trials took place. There were also 7 women from Rapotín among the victims of the inquisition.
Its population is 3129.
Its local amenities include a primary school, a library, a volunteer fire station, a health centre, several pubs and shops.