The Hruboskalsko is one of the best-known rock formations. It is characterised by impressive towers reaching up to 55 m and also by steep canyons. 

Bozkovské Dolomite CavesBozkovské Dolomite Caves

The dolomite caves with the largest underground lake in Bohemia.

Prachovské skály (rocks)Prachovské skály (rocks)

The Prachovské Skály nature preserve is one of the most popular regions in the Czech Republic. It is one of the oldest nature preserves in the country. 



Lusatian Mountains

Chotyně, 463 34

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Chotyně is located north-east of Liberec, not far from the border with Germany. It lies in the eastern fringe of Lužické hory. The village consists of two cadastral areas - Grabštejn and Chotyně.

In the Middle Ages Chotyně used to be a typical farming village. It was probably founded by German colonists who were invited to a sparsely populated region by the Přemyslids in the 13th century.

Chotyně is known for its strong iron spring which is beige-tinted. A small spa was built around the spring which offered its services in the period from 1890 to 1926. Nowadays Chotyně is an ideal place for a peaceful holiday and excellent starting point for excursions to Lužické hory.



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