On a magic spot of the acropolis of former fortified Přemyslovci settlement situated on the top of St. Ján hill, right inside the town historical district of Netolice, rises since the year 2004 step by step an archaeological park, thematically focused on the period of the rise of the Czech state in 10th–13th century. It is the first example of southern Bohemian archaeological site presented with the help of direct reconstruction.
Currently, most of the park’s area is utilized by a cynology club; however, the main route leading through the acropolis of the fortified settlement is open to the public. Here visitors have the opportunity to see a cross section of the main loose-material bulwark from the 10th century, reconstructed load-bearing wall with the body of the chambered fortifications with palisades at the location of archaeological explorations in 2000, and the landform remains of a smaller “pincer gate”.
Between the villages Dobev and Velké Nepodřice you can step up to the outlook tower with 165 steps, 531 m above the sea level. The pole is 65m high and you can admire the beauty of surroundings at the height of 31 m. You can see the tops of Šumava. Outlook-tower is opened year round, gratis, but together for only 8 persons.