The South Moravian Palava region is a biospheric reserve under UNESCO and Lednice is the center of not just wine culture but also a rich history. Walking around the lakes and inside the extensive park around the Lednice chateau with the famous Minaret tower brings pure relaxation to anyone who likes to slow down a bit.
Floodplain forests are full of various birds and rich flora
It is not that surprising that the Faculty of Agriculture of Mendel University is situated here. Lednice is the heart of knowledge about fauna in Czechia and many winemakers studied here or in near-by Valtice town.
Not far away is the famous Palava castle Dívčí Hrady, and the Nové Mlýny dam, with great windsurfing conditions, and many more interesting sights such as the Archeopark. — Annovino team had clearly hit the nail on its head with where to base their wine production.
Jump on a paddleboard to get to the Minaret
If you are feeling sporty, then directly at the spot, you can walk to the river Dyje and with a kayak or standup paddle, reach the famous watch tower as a sailor.
The Dyje river is calm and curvy
Lednice is also very attractive for bike trips and hikes as the terrain is mostly flat inviting you to explore the area.
You will never be far away from local refreshment options
At the Annovino camping spot, electrical connections are provided for each motorhome, along with drinking and service water supplies, a sink for a chemical toilet, and a sink for grey water. All other facilities are provided, or going to be provided soon, to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. Just contact the crew, which is eager to learn and improve.
Since this spot is directly in a winery, you can of course taste the wines!
There are not many winemakers having a comfortable and level camper location, and Annovino is one of those that welcome campers with a smile. Even including a self-serving wine fridge accessible all day long at the spot.
Go for a regional specialty from the winery’s bistro, or try one of their ice wines. You can also join a tour of the winery and found out all about the history and current work taking place here. As it is a true blend of relaxation and joy.
This area is the center of wine culture in South Movaria so there is no better place than here to sample the local wines
The Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape is truly a sight to behold. Between the 17th and 20th centuries, the ruling dukes of Liechtenstein transformed their domains in southern Moravia into a striking landscape, which still retains many historical sights.
View of Palava hills on the horizon
The area is situated mainly between the towns Lednice and Valtice.
Almost each town has a chateau well worth seeing
The Wine Barn is a project to be completed
The entire spectacle — the park— stretches over roughly 7km, so it is possible to see it all in a day but why rush when there is such an excellent camper spot to stay for longer?