Let's imagine a very tiny medieval village with a population of 20 to 50 people.
This is the furthest village, the land next to it is very difficult to use. It is in the rough part of the country, and the population density is extremely low around. The closest villages (which are around 10 times bigger) are at 1 day (and a half) walking distance. There are a few large towns located at 3 days distance. It is complicated (but still possible if slowly and carefully) to use horses on the difficult path to the tiny village.
People mainly farm the land and occasionally hunt in the forest nearby. This forest is even more isolated than the village. Being so tiny, there are very little activities in the village. One leader, and people mainly worried about food.
The location was not always that bad, and the village used to be bigger a few generations ago. An earthquake destroyed the road, most of the village and the surroundings. Some people died, most left the area, and just a small amount of people (~50) chose to stay and rebuild, but they are slowly in decline. Some of the surrounding soil is suited for growing some crops and the forest is home to a variety of animals, plants and mushrooms, but I don't think that they are trading much anymore, they collect for themselves.
There is no church, and no organized religion in the area. There is no magic in this world. Those villages are part of a large kingdom. It is a time of peace.
So the question I would have is, how often would people from outside the village visit it? For what reasons would they come? What could be the longest duration where nobody would come to see them?
For the context, we assume that this is not in Winter, the weather is ok to travel, there is no flood, no unusual obstacle, nothing special that makes it harder to come than what I described before. So the road is not totally blocked. Wild animals are numerous, but not dangerous at all. No predators.