During the day you can go on a one-hour trip around the Bystřička dam, on the bank of which the guesthouse is located. In summer you can also enjoy the projection of an open-air cinema located just a few meters from our guesthouse.
The educational trail consisting of 16 panels presents the history and nature of the area between Valašské Meziříčí and the Bystřička dam. It is dedicated to Jan Karafiát, author of the fairy-tale book Broučci (Fireflies). The length of the route is 14 kilometres.
Rožnov pod Radhoštěm
A town of folk monuments influenced by Wallachian folklore located in a beautiful hilly landscape is an ideal place for trips. When visiting the city, do not miss a visit of the historic open-air museum.
Admire the beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and the culture of the Wallachian region from the iconic picturesque wooden cottages in the Pustevny village. The top of the hill, located near Radhošť, can be reached by car, on foot or by chairlift. Then you can enjoy a pleasant walk on the ridges, take a picture with the statue of the god Radegast, or climb through the trees up to the clouds on the wooden treetop walkway called Valaška trail.
Valmez (shortcut of Valašské Meziříčí) is the gateway to the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains and represents an important transport hub. In 1992, the historical part of the city was declared an urban conservation area. There is
a cycle path from Valmez, which leads directly to the guesthouse Oáza.
Visit the Archbishop’s Castle, the Pleasure Garden or the Castle Garden, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1998 and is one of the most visited monuments in the Czech Republic.
Lešná Zoo is one of the most visited zoos in the Czech Republic. Enjoy the day by exploring the flora and fauna of all continents. One of the biggest attractions in the zoo is the possibility to hand feed rays.
Vsetín is an important economic and cultural centre of eastern Moravia, situated between the Wallachian hills in the valley around the Vsetínská Bečva river and its tributaries.
In the Velká Lhota village there is a wooden evangelical church from the time of Joseph II. The church still serves its original purpose and mass is held regularly. In 2008 it was classified as a national cultural monument.
The dominant of Štramberk is the Gothic tower Trúba. From the top of this observation tower you can admire the diverse surrounding landscape. Be sure to taste the gingerbread Štramberk ears in town. You can also taste gingerbread beer at the local brewery.
Taste whole milk and cheese from the organic farm in Valašská Bystřice. The farm focuses on Holstein cattle breeding, milk production and dairy production.
Lysá hora (1323 m above sea level) is the highest peak of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains. In summer you can reach the peak by bike or on foot. In winter you can cross-country ski there. There are three cross-country ski trails in the Lysá Hora ski area.
Vsacký Cáb (841 m above sea level) is one of the peaks of the Vsetín Hills in the Beskydy Protected Landscape Area. On its south-eastern slopes there is a nature reserve Kutaný and on the western slopes a nature reserve Halvovský potok.