|Suburban traffic|| 2 || km ||Airport|| 175 || km |
In the countryside; Among nature; Near water
The Czech Republic is not defined just by the Giant Mountains or the Sumava Mountains but also by the beautiful Highland Province, which provides great opportunities for hiking and cycling. Near the campsite you will find several car and bike routes. The hills always offer new prospects which sometimes includes one of the few remaining flocks of sheep in the Czech Republic. Enjoy plenty of peace and quiet along with a unique nature, plus various historic towns and picturesque villages. Třebíč and Telc are highly recommended. Both places are on UNESCO's World Heritage list. Třebíč is a unique place for Christian-Judeo landmarks, such as the Romanesque-Gothic St. Prokopbasilika and a unique Jewish district with more than 120 houses, tortuous streets, dark corners, arched passageways and romantic little squares. The original Jewish cemetery, dating from the early Middle Ages, is the best preserved of its kind in the Czech Republic. Telc is charming with its pastel-colored houses situated along the market, arched galleries, and a renaissance castle. The town of Jihlava was one of the wealthiest towns of the Czech Republic during the Middle Ages. It contains one of the largest marketplaces in the country. A visit to the aisles, located beneath the square, is fascinating. Of course a visit to the zoo is always fun too! You can spend quiet evenings comfortably at the campsite, or, if you are looking for something a little more sociable, you can visit one of the two pubs located in Opatov.