Mikulov – Klentnice – Mikulov
Entrance to circuit
5044, Moravská vinná
The part of the trail running across the allotment gardens below Klentnice is not marked.
Good to know
In the village of Klentnice is a listed wayside shrine, the Church of St. George, a presbytery and statues of St. Florian and John of Nepomuk.
Tips and historical sites along the way
Klentnice – visit of the Church of St. George in the village. Rising over it is the freely accessible ruins of ´Sirotčí hrádek´ (Orphans’ castle). The castle was built on two rocky segments in the late 13th and early 14th centuries.
The Cat Rock – protected natural monument alongside the Mikulov – Klentnice road. There are twelve specially protected plant species growing here. Easily accessible.
Turold – the streets Dukelská and Hliniště in Mikulov lead to the Turold Caves. Together with the Fox Hole Cave, they extend over an area of 2.9 km cave corridors. Turold Hill on the edge of Mikulov was designated as a nature reserve.