Besides the unique natural monuments and deep forests full of rare species of plants and animals, the region under the ancient Romanesque Přimda Castle also offers many historical places of interest. The noblemen of Kolowraty have been associated with the Přimda region for almost 350 years, and thus their ancient family name can be seen almost everywhere. The noblemen of Kolowraty have built two Baroque residences here, the Velké Dvorce Castle and the hunting lodge Diana. They have also made a significant contribution to the industrial development of the region.
Nature trails in the Upper Palatine Forrest.
Network of cycle paths in the Kolowrat part of the Upper Palatine Forrest.
A Baroque mansion standing in the middle of an English garden full of rare wood plants.
A chapel built in honour of Jindřich Kolowrat-Krakowsky’s wife.
A chapel standing on the northern hillside below the Přimda Castle.
The second oldest stone castle in Bohemia.