The Rajhrad microregion abounds internal natural beauty which can be explored all the time. Rajhrad, for instance, boasts outstandingly important white poplars and pedunculate oaks towering above the pheasantry. The Celadice islet measuring 34 thousand square metres is a very romantic and well hidden corner. Two old branches of the Svratka river flank a charming mosaic of fields, gardens and orchards with the monastery in the background. Fringed by lush bank vegetation, the original bed of the Svratka is a very important element of the landscape and home to characteristic wetland species of plants and many fish, amphibians and birds. We recommend a visit to the upper monastery forest where the pheasantry is situated – an isolated complex of an original flood-plain forest with a typical flora and fauna. где взять кредит
If you step on the left side of the dam from 1848 you can fest your eyes on the view of a straight line of the stream flanked by whorls of flood-plain forests. The monastery is visible from this spot in all its monumentality. The newly established swamp in Blatiny is planted with wetland plants and is home to a diversity of animals – from beetles to small mammals and birds. деньги в кредит
Opatovice with their small ponds resemble a typical South-Bohemian village. Surfaces of three water reservoirs reflect romantic silhouette of the village and its church. The ponds are a favourite destination for both locals and tourists. Between the Svratka and Dunavka there is a locality called Predni lichy, a system of four broadleaved forests, and a large flood-plain forest called Zadni lichy.
There are also some important landmarks around Holasice, too. A gorge with loess escarpments is home to xerophilous plants and to a remarkable diversity of insects. Another gorge, partially forested, is situated at the south end of the village. The "Ke stare cihelne" locality is a remnant of the brick clay mining. Spreading in the floodplain of the Svratka river, Ludmila pool is a natural water habitat with wetland plant societies. The pool is home to many rare species of amphibians, too. The most valuable element of the countryside is the Svratka’s old bed measuring almost 3.5 kilometres in length.
Popovice boasts very interesting landmarks, namely the two-hundred-metre dam and the confluence of the Svratka and Bobrava rivers. The Pastvisko reservoir was established in order to serve fishermen but it has become a very interesting biotope. It is fed by groundwater and rainwater and its vegetation includes black poplars, black elders, common reed and comfrey. The steep banks are a natural breeding ground of the common kingfisher. Another place of interest is the pheasantry, very favoured among tourists. It spreads in the area of sixty thousand square metres and comprises an isolated complex of a Riparian forest.