Mikulov – Sedlec – Hlohovec – Nejdek – Bulhary – Milovice – Pavlov – Klentnice – Mikulov

length

40,9 km

difficulty

5

elevation

509 m

asphalt

80 %

country roads

20 %

Entrance to circuit

Mikulov, Klentnice, Pavlov, Milovice, Bulhary, Hlohovec, Sedlec

Marked roads

Lednická stezka, 5043, Moravská vinná stezka, 5044

Refreshments

Mikulov, Sedlec, Hlohovec, Pavlov, Klentnice

Please note

Starting from Mikulov, international route 52 must be crossed using the pedestrian crossing near the roundabout at Billa.

Good to know

The ruins of a medieval fortress ‘Dívčí hrady’, also known as ‘Děvičky’, rise on Děvín Hill over Pavlov. From the opposite side of Pálava you can get to the ruins of another castle called ´Sirotčí hrádek´.

height profile

870 m 870 m

Circuit points

Mikulov
Sedlec
Nesyt
Hlohovec
Nejdek
Bulhary
Milovice
Pavlov
Klentnice
Mikulov

Tips and historical sites along the way

Sedlec – In the village is the Church of St. Vitus and a statue of St. John of Nepomuk.

Nesyt Pond – In the direction of Hlohovec the trail leads around the largest pond in Moravia. Slanisko located near Nesyt (national nature reserve) is a major ornithological locality.

Nejdek – part of the village of Lednice. The local attraction is a watermill.

Hlohovec – the trail leads around the Border Mansion (Czech cultural heritage).

Pavlov – a quaint wine village with numerous traditional farmhouses and vintner houses, whose central part was designated a rural conservation area in 1995. Since 2016 a modern exhibition named “ArcheoPark Pavlov” has been open to visitors.

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