Nature reserve

Svatý kopeček (Holy Hill)

Svatý kopeček is the richest locality of broomrapes in the Czech Republic. The society of steppe invertebrates is represented for example by the rich population of praying mantis, rose chafers, stag beetles and May beetles. The towers of the chapel are populated with several pairs of jackdaws and the abandoned quarry with a couple of eagle owls. You can also find there green lizards and ring snakes.

The Way of the Cross on Holy Hill
The educational trail “Holy Hill”

basic information

Area

36,04 ha

Altitude

240 - 360 m

The area is protected from

10. 5. 1946

location on the map