Trips in the area

For a perfect stay, it is always helpful to have good tips for trips in the nearby and more distant surroundings. For our guests, we have prepared a list of places that they simply have to see. We believe that everyone will find something they are most interested in.

Take a walk through a slate mine

Flaschar’s Mine

The Flaschar Mine is a historic mining site dating back to the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, when the slate industry was booming in the Low Beskids region. At the end of the 19th century, there were 52 active slate mining and processing plants in the Silesian industrial region. In the Nový Svět area near Ostrava, which also includes the Flaschar Mine, there are seven abandoned slate mines.

Flaschar's mine is open to the public from May 1st to October 30th, Wednesday to Sunday, from 9:00 to 17:00.

The mine is closed from November 1st to April 30th for nature protection reasons.


Castle ruins in Nový Jičín district

Starý Jičín Castle

Starý Jičín Castle offers you not only perfect peace and tranquility, but also a rich history and several interesting cultural events every year. From the castle tower, you can see the surrounding area, learn a lot about the history of the castle, and you will definitely not be disappointed with the pleasant refreshments in the castle inn.

The access road to the castle is comfortable and paved, but only for pedestrians and cyclists.

Dogs are allowed without restrictions.

At the entrance to the renovated guard tower, you can buy souvenirs, such as tourist stamps, postcards of the castle, magnets, tourist business cards, and more. In the ground floor of the tower, you can use the refreshments.

Guided tours, permanent exhibitions

Bílovec Castle

The castle is located at the southeastern edge of the inner city district, where it represents an unmissable landmark of Bílovec. It was built on the site of an older noble residence in the years 1576-1595 by Bernard Pražma of Bílovka.

Since 1648, the owners of the Bílovec estate were the Sedlnitzští of Choltice. They owned the castle until 1945. Since 2010, the castle has been undergoing a gradual restoration. The castle is open to the public.

Opening hours of the castle exhibition
1. 5. - 31. 10. (Saturdays and Sundays) from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m

Protected Landscape Area

Horní Poodří | Oder Hills

Most of the Oder region lies in the Oderské vrchy Protected Landscape Area, which was established to protect the landscape.
This protected landscape area was created by merging and expanding the original Protected Landscape Areas "Horní Odra", "Kletné", and "Požaha", which were established as areas of peace by a decree approved by the resolution of the 16th plenary session of the District National Committee in Nový Jičín on June 20, 1980.
The Historic and Folklore Society in Odry (HVS) was founded in 1994. It currently has 21 members and its main goal is to engage in hobby activities in the field of history and folklore of the Oder region, including their promotion. On their website, you can find more than one interesting tip for a trip.
Full of fun area

Hei Park Tošovice

HEIPARK Tošovice is an area full of fun, recreation and relaxation in the middle of the magnificent landscape of the Odry Hills region. This attractive location is suitable for families with children, school outings, and company and private events.

HEIPARK started its operation with skiing in 2001 on the first, artificially created ski slope in the Czech Republic. From a family hill in a small village, it has become a popular place in the Moravian-Silesian Region over the years, full of year-round activities including accommodation and gastronomic services.

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  • FUN