The Vizovice Hills
The Vizovice Hills offer abundant opportunities for spending summer and winter holidays. It is an ideal place for lovers of natural beauty, history and monuments, culture and active relaxation. Whether you like walking, cycling, swimming, horse riding, mushroom picking, fishing, ice-skating or skiing, there’s no time for boredom in the Vizovice Hills.
Welcome to a land of deep forests and patchwork meadows. This is where the White Carpathian Mountains and the Vizovice Hills meet to offer unforgettable hiking or cycling holidays. Explore the local sights, climb the lookout towers, enjoy cultural events. The Valašské Klobucko website has a wealth of tourist destinations and tips for trips, experiences and activities, a calendar of events, an interactive online map and tons of tourist information in English.
The small hill in the centre of the town is home to a Baroque chateau dating back to 1750. The last owner was the Wichterl family, who once again owned the chateau back as part of the restitution. The chateau is now a modern hotel with a beer spa. The Piveček’s Forest Park is an attractive and relaxing place near the castle. Both places are 18 km away.
The capital of Wallachia. This is how Vizovice could be named. Not only is it home to the legendary R. Jelinek distillery, where you can enjoy a great excursion with a tasting of their spirits, but it also has Vizovice Castle, a national cultural monument. Vizovice is also the gateway to the entire Wallachia region. It is 15km away from the recreation area.
Ploština National Monument
In the 1970s, Ploština was declared a National Cultural Monument. The dominant feature of the entire site is the memorial to the Zlín district’s victims of World War II and the occupation. It was built on a small hill above the hamlet in 1975 to mark the 30th anniversary of the liberation. The memorial is a 30-minute walk from the recreation centre.
Brumov - Bylnice
Brumov Castle is in the Zlín district of the Zlín Region. It lies on a promontory of the hills above the town of Brumov-Bylnice and was founded in the first half of the 13th century. It was an important provincial fortress that guarded the route through the Vlárský Pass to Hungary. Since 1964 it has been protected as a cultural monument. The castle is 14km away.