Nesluša is a village and municipality in the Kysucké Nové Mesto District in the Zilina Region of northern Slovakia.
The name probably comes from Slovak neslušný (rude, naughty, socially unacceptable). It could be also derived from neslušať (not to hear something) - "the hidden village", "the village you hear nothing about". Nezlusa 1367, Neszlusa 1438, Neslussa Walachorum 1598, Neszlussa 1773, Nesluša 1920.
In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1367.
The municipality lies at an elevation of 439 metres (1,440 ft) and covers an area of 25.472 square kilometres (9.835 sq mi). The highest hill in the village is Jakubovský vrch at 875 metres (2,871 ft). The second highest hill is Žiar at 869 metres (2,851 ft). The lowest place is Nádolie at 370 metres (1,210 ft). The village has many mineral springs. Nesluša is situated between green hills. The main creek is called Neslušanka. The village is adjacent to the municipalities of Kysucké Nové Mesto, Ochodnica, Zákopčie, Dlhá nad Kysucou, Rudinská and Rudina.
Žiarinka is a musical ensemble that was established in 1995. The principal instrument of the ensemble is the mandolin. Children also play the guitar, accordion, keyboards, flute and drums. Their repertory is wide and includes sequences from operas, extravaganzas, waltzes, polkas, movie melodies and marches. To the present they have performed over 200 recitals. Performances were in various national towns, as well as abroad in Germany, Yugoslavia, Poland and the Czech Republic.
Na Vyšnej ceste
Parts of village in highland
Pivní skauti (Beer Scouts) is a hockeyball team playing in the Nesluša hockeyball league.