Tourist attractions


It is a monument of a technical character. The recently restored windmill is situated on a hill south-east of the village and is a Dutch-type brick structure built in 1870. The outside of the windmill is open to the public throughout the year though one must pre-book in advance for a detailed tour of the interior of the windmill and its equipment. A public footpath leads to the wind mill.

Church of St. Bartholomew

The parish Church of St. Bartholomew was originally part of the Gothic architecture from the 14th century. It was rebuilt in the 18th century and further altered in 1871.

Pestilential sculpture

An iconographic sculpture from 1718 with statues of St. John of Nepomuk, St. Roch, St. Sebastien, and St. Rosalie.

Chapel of St. Cross

The chapel can be found on local graveyard and is undergoing reconstruction at present. Its main feature is the unique mosaic floor.

Hradisko Hill

Recently seating was built on the hill which offers an unforgettable view over part of Moravia. The Hills at Pálava, the town of Hodonín and Buchlov castle are among the sites that can be seen from here

This project is co-financed by the European Union.
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