Vybíráme z regionu
If you are looking for a genuine South Moravian village, come to Chvalatice, where you will find everything that such a hamlet should have. Plus it's very close to the famous Chvalatická bay, a popular place for family water recreation acclaimed by locals as well as regular summer visitors. From Chvalatice you can also set off to Růžový vrch Natural Reservation, where you will have a superb view of the Vranov dam and Chvalatice itself.
Village Korolupy and its surroundings will set their guests ready for exploration. Along the way you'll not only encounter the typical Vranov nature, but also a number of chapels and Calvaries, which you can find in large numbers on the paths around Korolupy. You will simply feel the romantic atmosphere for which the Vranov region is so popular with locals as well as visitors from around the country.
Lančov is located right next to Vranov nad Dyjí and Vranov dam, so it is not surprising that Lančov abounds with visitors, especially during the summer season. Visitors are lured by the pleasant swimming opportunities, which you can enjoy to the fullest in the local Lančovská and Stříbrná bay, offering a relaxed family atmosphere. In addition to the water activities of Lančov, you can also set off for the unique natural area Tisova stráň.
You will find this small town in the middle of nature near the floodplains of Želetavka River. Looking at the beauty of the local scenery, you can hardly be surprised that this unique area is to become a part of the forthcoming natural park. What is more, the surrounding nature offers many options for walks and hikes, which will take some time to get tired of.
Picturesque village Onšov can be found nearby the Vranov dam and Vranov nad Dyjí, wherefrom you can get here by the romantic Clary track, which continues to the favourite Clary prospect, also very close at hand from Onšov. When in the village, stop by the shade of St. Anne Chapel, a good place for medidation and relaxation before your next trip.
Oslnovice lies by the northern part of the Vranov dam, moreover, only a few kilometres from the nearby Bítov. It is therefore not surprising that, due to the proximity of the dam and also many historical sites, cottage settlements Farářka, Penkýřák, Chmelnice and Stušice have arisen here, attracting regular and new coming summer visitors alike.
Village Podmyče is already visible from the Austrian border. It is thus great news, that the border crossing Podmyče-Feliing, previously connecting the two countries, has been newly reopened. Tourists on foot, bicycles and even skis will now have a chance to admire the nature of Vranov from both sides.
The picturesque village Stálky lies less than 11 km from Vranov nad Dyjí and it is set in beautiful landscape, formed by fields and forests, only a throw away from the Austrian border. The nature around Stálky invites for hiking and active spending of free time, whether you choose to go by foot or bike.
Don't let yourselves be fooled by the name, for Starý Petřín is not a small village, it is three towns at once – Starý Petřín, Nový Petřín and Jazovice, which previously led separate lives, merging into one only later. For this reason, there are multiple of churches and chapel, great places to relax and think.
Štítary belong to the oldest municipalities in Vranov and still retains its historical character. Therefore, the centre of Štítary is protected as a village conservation area. Apart from the town itself, visitors are attracted by the fabulous water recreation opportunities, resulting also in an area of local cottage settlements.