Choose South Moravia Holiday Villas and discover the outstanding natual beauty and verdant rural charm of South Moravia
The region has a diverse range of landscapes which offer up a host of holiday possibilities, from caving to exploring the high towers of medieval castles. Much of life in the region is centred upon the city of Brno, the second-largest city in the Czech Republic. Brno offers a vast range of activities for visitors to South Moravia apartments, and marks a cultural intersection point between northern and southern Europe. The Capuchin Monastery, with its strange and eerie mummified monks is one of the city's many historical attractions, while the site of the Napoleonic Battle of Austerlitz, referred to locally as Slavkov, is also nearby.
South Moravia Holiday Cottages - take a hike through the forests, woods and hills of South Moravia
Many visitors to South Moravia holiday rentals will want to take advantage of the many hiking trails which wind through the woods and hills. An especially popular trail is situated quite close to Brno, and takes walkers to the Podkomorské Forest. More unspoilt trails can be hiked through the region of the Dyje River, which remained largely unpolluted and unspoilt during the era of Communist rule in the Czech Republic, as it formed part of the border with Austria. The region close to the river has many vineyards for guests in South Moravia holiday rentals to explore, while its pleasant lowland landscapes, filled with fruit trees, make hiking and cycling an absolute pleasure. Another place to indulge in fun outdoor sports is La Plagne Chalets.
Some other ideal locations for those who love exploring nature and engaging in outdoor sports are:
- Rent Falster Holiday Cottages - a haven for cycling enthusiasts
- Hesse Accommodation - gaze in wonder at the unspoilt and untouched natural beauty of the hills and valleys of Hesse
- Choose Oban Holiday Cottages, get in a kayak and explore the waters around Kerrera, Luing and Seil Islands to your hearts content
South Moravia Holiday Lettings - come and enjoy the rural fertility and charm of South Moravia!
This region also contains the town of Znojmo, one of the Czech Republic's oldest towns. A particular highlight of the cultural calendar here is the city's wine festival, which takes place in its historic centre. Visitors can also be witness to historical re-enactments such as medieval jousting, and browse markets for traditional craft goods. The Moravian Karst is a wonderful region of caves, gorges and woodland, ideal for exploring by bike, on foot or from horseback. Many of the caves were previously inhabited by Neanderthal Man, while thousands of cross country skiers visit the area in winter in order to test themselves on the region’s demanding trails. This part of the Czech Republic was seemingly designed with holidays in mind. An easygoing part of Europe which will ease away the aches and pains of the working year, a stay in South Moravia holiday rentals is sure to leave a visitor wanting more.
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most popular accommodation types in South Moravia are apartment rentals and bed & breakfast rentals. With 69 accommodations in South Moravia, the perfect vacation home is only one click away.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
Prices start at just €30 per night. Most bed & breakfast rentals in South Moravia are 41 m² and apartment rentals are 49 m².
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rentals in South Moravia?
When traveling with your dog in South Moravia, hotel rooms are recommended. These are the most common pet-friendly accommodations with an average price of €122 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
Yes, we definitely have accommodations for groups in South Moravia. On average, the apartment rentals has space for 4 guests.