The Nové Mlýny reservoirs – a cascade of three water reservoirs – are used for swimming, fishing, windsurfing and boating. The surrounding area is suitable for hiking and cycling.
On one of the two islands that remained after the reservoir was filled, are the remains of the Church of St. Linhart from the 13th century, which was part of the now flooded village of Mušov. The church is the only remnant of the ancient village of Mušov, but a remnant of considerable cultural and historical value. The church is probably the oldest Romanesque church building in the Břeclav area. The second island is an archaeological site where more than 2000 graves from the Great Moravian Empire were discovered. The ‘Moravian Empire’ existed from around the year 833 until the beginning of the 10th century.
We cordially invite you to the Lednicko-Valtický Apartment, which is located in the South Moravian wine village of Hlohovec, in the middle of the Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape, whose monuments are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. You can stay in our Lednicko-Valtický apartment, enjoy relaxing cycling in this flat beautiful countryside and sip the best wine from the vineyards around the protected landscape area of Pálava.