Tourist destinations

South Moravia does not only boast of vineyards and fields. Explore the whole region with its castles, chateaux and other historically and culturally significant landmarks! Below you will find an incomplete taster of interesting places nearby that you can visit.

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Dalibor lookout tower

The Dalibor lookout tower was built in 2012. It is freely accessible all year round so that - after a good lunch or at dawn - anyone can admire the beauties of this unique place. The lookout tower is located next to our eleven-meter-tall Chapel, which was built and consecrated in 2007. After climbing almost 40 steps, a breathtaking view opens up of the far and wide surroundings of Nové mlýny, Pálava and the Lednice - Valtice Area.

Maják lookout tower

The Maják (lighthouse) lookout tower was built in 2012 and is accessible free of charge all year round. Follow the yellow-marked hiking trail from our winery. The route is less than 3 kilometres long. The total height of the lookout tower is 27.6 meters, with the observation platform at 21 meters. First you have to climb 105 steps.


A landscape of fertile vineyards and rocky steppes. The Pálava Protected Landscape Area is located in the warmest and driest area of the Czech Republic, with an almost Mediterranean character. The local landscape consists of large fertile fields and vineyards, white limestone rocks rising high above the surrounding landscape, rocky steppes and forest-steppes, oak groves, floodplain forests and extremely rich thermophilic flora and fauna. Pálava is one of the longest populated places in the Czech lands. This is where the world's unique discoveries of prehistoric settlements of the so-called mammoth hunters were made, crowned by the famous find of a ceramic statue of the Venus of Věstonice. In 2003, Pálava became part of the Lower Moravia UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

Děvín nature trail

The Děvín nature trail passes through the Děvín-Kotel-Soutěska National Nature Reserve, which is one of the most valuable parts of the Pálava Protected Landscape Area. The information boards on the route present the extraordinary natural features of the area in a very engaging and comprehensive way. More than 600 species of land plants (embryophyta) have been found in the reserve, which is almost a quarter of all plant species naturally occurring in the Czech Republic.

Dívčí hrady

Dívčí hrady (also Děvičky, Maidens´ Castle) are the ruins of a Gothic castle from the 13th century, towering over a high limestone rock inaccessible from three sides at the northern edge of the Děvín ridge - the highest peak in the Pálava Protected Landscape Area. Not much from the original castle has been preserved to this day – just up to two-metre-thick perimeter walls, a large part of the inner walls, fortifications, semi-buried cellars and a cannon bastion with shooting holes. The castle offers a beautiful view of the waterworks of Nové Mlýny and the villages of Dolní Věstonice and Pavlov. Dívčí hrady is one of the stops on the Děvín nature trail.

Lednice-Valtice Area

The Lednice-Valtice Area is considered to be the largest man-made area in Europe (probably in the world) and is often symbolically referred to as the Garden of Europe. The Lednice-Valtice Area is a landscape of large chateau gardens, landscaped flowerbeds with flower carpets, beautiful forests, vineyards and ponds. There are numerous historical buildings (so-called follies) in the area, such as hunting lodges, temples, chapels, colonnades, and many other architectural gems. The Lednice-Valtice Area has been included in the UNESCO World Natural and Cultural Heritage List and is part of the Lower Moravia Biosphere Reserve.

Lednice Chateau

The neo-Gothic Lednice Chateau, built between 1846 and 1858, was a magnificent summer residence of the aristocratic Liechtenstein family.Today, the Lednice Chateau is the property of the Czech Republic and is one of the most visited monuments in Moravia. The ground floor of the chateau houses representative halls, which excel mainly in the richness of the carving decorations. The first floor constitutes a separate tour of the Prince's Apartments, while the second floor functions as a picture gallery. Lednice Chateau is part of the Lednice-Valtice Area, which has been included in the UNESCO World Natural and Cultural Heritage List.

Lednice Minaret

The oldest romantic structure in the Lednice-Valtice Area with its height of 60 m represents the tallest building of its kind in non-Islamic countries. The minaret has three observation decks. A spiral stone staircase with 302 steps leads to the highest gallery and offers a wonderful view of the entire Lednice park, Pálava and the White Carpathians. In good visibility, you can see all the way to the top of St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna. The four-sided base of the Mosque under the tower features eight interconnecting rooms with oriental decorations, which are not yet open to the public.
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