Natural beautyof South Moravia

South Moravia has created such a rich array of natural-beauty sites that one visit will not be enough. Karst caves, steppe moors, romantic vineyards…

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The Walk above the Vineyards near Kobylí

Take a look around the vineyards from an unusual lookout tower without a single stair. You can get to the top of it even with a pram!

The Šobes Vineyard

One of the best and oldest European vineyards is situated in the heart of the Podyjí National Park, along the bends of the Dyje River.

The Punkva Caves

The only system of caves in the Czech Republic where you can admire nature’s own sculptures both while you walk and while you take a cruise on an underground river.

The Venus of Dolní Věstonice

This voluptuous beauty made of burnt clay brought world-class commotion to a small South Moravian village. What is it that makes her so fascinating?

Bata Canal

This body of water is fun even for obstinate landlubbers and non-swimmers! You won’t see jumping dolphins but you will get to discover the sights around and taste the delicacies of the region.

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Nové Mlýny Reservoirs

A trio of water reservoirs at the foot of Pálava, from where the ruins of Děvičky look down on an abandoned church on an island in the middle of the waters. Romance non plus ultra.

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Lednice-Valtice Area

The Lednice-Valtice Area, the garden of Europe! One of the most beautiful castle surroundings in the Czech Republic, but also the largest artistically designed landscape in the world.

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The Walk above the Vineyards near Kobylí

Take a look around the vineyards from an unusual lookout tower without a single stair. You can get to the top of it even with a pram!

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Holy Hill near Mikulov

Up to the top past the Stations of the Cross, then Mikulov in the palm of your hand. After that back down to treat yourself to something good to eat.

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The Venus of Dolní Věstonice

This voluptuous beauty made of burnt clay brought world-class commotion to a small South Moravian village. What is it that makes her so fascinating?

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The Pálava Protected Landscape Area

Pálava, a protected landscape area where beautiful nature and top-quality Moravian wine will refresh you.

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