The sheer beauty of South Bohemia is surprising to its every visitor. There is something for everyone here, regardless of the age, or vacation interest they have. From wellness facilities in Trebon, to culture in Cesky Krumlov, golf in Chano Vice, diving in Klatovy, from hiking and cycling to enjoying relaxing walks among nature, a holiday in South Bohemia is a key to your happy holiday smile. The Orlik reservoir is great for swimming, windsurfing, sailing, boating, even sports fishing and it is surrounded by some unique natural settings. The historical and picturesque towns full of life and culture, the great and majestic Gothic churches, the dreamlike Renaissance castles, monuments and monasteries that portray some great folk architecture, as well as some perplexing aquaculture systems complete the scene for a great family holiday in South Bohemia. All you have to do is pick and choose your daily activities and enjoy the vacation spirit.
Try variety in all its aspects
South Bohemia is a region of the Cezch Republic that attracts both locals and foreign visitors alike, with its lush woods and forests, rivers and lakes as well as over 6 thousand cultural and historical attractions. In summer tourists mostly travel to the water dams of Lipno and Orlík, or to South-Bohemian ponds, they also visit the Šumava Mountains. In winter, a holiday in South Bohemia comes with great ski resorts like those of Churáňov and Zadov in the Šumava Mountais. Visit the most romantic town in the area from your holiday park in South Bohemia, the Český Krumlov, at the Šumava foothills crossed by the Vltava River, where you can even go rafting if you need a splash of adrenaline. Walk the town's narrow streets, the old town which is a UNESCO world heritage site. The historic center is overseen by a castle complex, one of vastest ones in Central Europe. To spend a nice relaxing afternoon, you can even play some golf at the Golf Club Český Krumlov.
Amazing historical monuments
The ancient history here is beautifully displayed in monumental Romanesque structures like the Milevsko monastery and particularly within the Gothic styles which you can admire in Vyšší Brod and Zlatá Koruna monasteries. With a holiday park in South Bohemia you have it all right in hand, a beautiful history lesson brought to you in the most lively and unique of ways by the numerous castles, forts, and town centers. Český Krumlov, Jindřichův Hradec, Prachatice, Slavonice, Třeboň, are just few of the settlements that should make your list of places to visit in South Bohemia. A typical feature of the area's folk architecture has been the “village Baroque”, a style most beautifully represented by the unique village of Holašovice, a UNESCO world heritage site. Hamlets within the Hlubocká and Soběslavská marshlands are also worth visiting. All in all, the entire country is just a perpetually enchanting experience in itself, and South Bohemia is a great representation of the overall charm that will take over your vacation in the Czech Republic.