Reception is at the lake open 24 hrs. Per day. Fishing is allowed only with valid media credentials for angling Lake Jaroslav issued by the Association. Fishing is allowed 24 hours non-stop for 3 rods. Swimming is only allowed on the left side of the lake, and only in the summer from 9 to 18 pm. The beach is marked by signs.
Admission CZK 60 full, reduced - children, seniors, disabled 30 CZK
Opening: July-August open daily, except Mondays 9.00 - 11th, from 13.00 to 16.00. Guided tours begin every hour. For larger groups and after an early order on the phone number +420 727 872 621, the museum can be visited all year round.
(at the chapel next to the building of the Secondary Fisheries School) – 23 m high, the girth of the trunk 527 cm, the age 527 years
Address: Zátiší, 38901 Vodňany
(between the railway and the road near the campsite Pražák) – 25 meters high, the girth of the trunk 532 cm, the age 260 years
Address: Pražák, 38901 Vodňany
The largest Central European captive collection of 18 crocodile species. Zoological Museum.
Opening: from 12 noon to 4 p.m., June 1 to October 31
The complex biological collections: Exposure to forest communities of South Bohemia, South Bohemian Geopark rock collection of the world's species of pine, Palaeontological Collection: On the wings of a pterodactyl, collection of medicinal herbs. Exhibitions are open to the public from April to October every Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm hours, during summer holidays daily from 10am to 7pm. On other days by arrangement.
We provide educational programs for schools and excursions.
West situated hillside (418 – 438 m above the sea level) above the river Blanice, 1 km east of Bavorov, of the area 0,74 ha with the protective area 2,15 ha
Address: Bavorov, 38773 Bavorov
The small pond ( 395 – 396 m above the sea level) lying in the system of other ponds, 1,5 km north-west of the historical Vodňany square, of the area 2,11 ha. The nature sight was proclaimed in 1990, it preserves the ecosystem. The pond is important from the standpoint of abundance of water birds for their nesting and migration and as a reproductive biotop for several species of the amphibians.
Address: 38901 Vodňany
East part of the castle gardens (431-444 m above the sea level) on the south edge of the village Libějovice covers an area 14,13 ha with the protective area 3,03 ha has been the nature reserve since 1996. There can be found very valuable community of oak trees and hornbeams. Within the south Bohemian region it is the unique nature locality with the high biological variety.
Address: Libějovice, 38772 Libějovice
The mixed wood in the upper part of the hill Hrad (666,8 m above the sea level), 2 km south of the village Skočice, 6 km north-west of Vodňany. The main reason for the proclamation of the 29-hectare nature reserve in 1985 is the protection of the original deciduous wood with the predominance of oak trees. Apart from the complex of the wood vegetation very important is the abundance of some rare and specially protected species of the plants and animals. In the west part of the reserve there are left the parts of the stone wall of Celtic settlement, the important archaelogical monument.
Address: Skočice, 38775 Skočice
Záhorský pond with the adjacent damp meadows and alder grove along the river Blanice (406-412 m above the sea level), 1,5 km wast of the village Pražák and 4 km west of Vodňany covers an area 33,5 ha with the protective belt of 9,6 ha. In 1997 it was proclaimed the nature reserve because of the protection of marshland vegetation. It has considerable importance for the growing wetland habitat and for the keeping valuable wetland communities. It is the case of the rarest vegetation wetland zone in the whole west part of the České Budějovice region.
Address: Pražák, 38901 Vodňany
Address: Ohrada 417, 37341 Hluboká nad Vltavou
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