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Winter sports; In the mountains; Among nature
From the lawn of your villa you can directly walk into the woods, which are numerous in this mountainous area. The Eagle Mountains are located to the southwest with the highest peak being Suchý vrch (995 m). The foothills of the Jeseniky Mountains are situated to the southeast with Hanušovicke Jeřáb (1003 m) as the highest point, and in the northeast lies the Králický Sněžník massif with its highest point at 1424 meters, making it the second highest mountain in the Czech Republic. This mountain is a nature reserve. For nature lovers it's an El Dorado with many protected plants and animals. The water of this mountain flows in all directions across Europe: the Black Sea, the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. It is not surprising that the area around Dolni Morava is ideally suited for hiking. In the immediate vicinity you'll find numerous footpaths of varying difficulty, with information boards about the plants and animals that you can see here. You will enjoy breathtaking views as well. The center of activity is Králíky (11 km), a town dating from the 13th century, with just 5000 inhabitants. This town with its historic Big Market (Velké náměstí) is the starting point for explorations in the area. On a hill near Králíky there is a baroque pilgrim monastery that can be reached via a monastery path which passes along eight chapels. The monastery welcomes more than 100,000 visitors each year. Because Králíky and Dolni Moravy are so close to the Polish border, you'll encounter a system of bunkers and fortresses from the past. One of the bunkers can be visited. In Králíky there is a military museum and a city museum, which is in no way boring. You can listen to 19th century polyphonic records, see an organ builder school and view the wood carving school with wooden nativity scenes and a collection of handmade pipes. But Králíky has more to offer: a cinema center, a swimming pool, fitness center, tennis courts (300 m) and an outdoor cinema. In the vicinity there are also opportunities for fishing. In Červený Potok (5 km) there is a small airport. There are numerous border crossings to Poland in the area, some of which are only for pedestrians and cyclists. Other places worth visiting: the dam in the elongated lake at Pastviny (25 km) and the Zemská gate - Gate of the Earth - at Čihák (27 km), a nature reserve in the valley of the Wild Orlice River (Divoká Orlice). Šumperk (30 km) and Jesenik (42 km) are small towns of regional and tourist significance. After a day out, enjoy a meal in the hotel 300 meters away.