Welcome to the tourist area of Toulava!
Discover interesting places from the film...
- Historical town Tábor
- Meandring Vltava view from Solenice
view between Střezimíř and Libenice
- South Bohemian
- Monastery in Milevsko
- Chýnovská cave
- Pilgrimage church in Klokoty
- Skanzen Open-air museum Vysoký Chlumec
- Game preserve between Kostelec and Jistebnice
- Water experiences on river Lužnice
- Bisons in Cunkov
- Chateau Bechyně
- Blacksmith museum and viewtower in Moraveč
- Hussite Housův Mill
- Castle of Kotnov with viewtower
- The Deanery Church in Tábor
- Adventure park Zeměráj
- Hrachov Centre
for Conservation of fauna
- Musem of chocolate and marzipan
- Stonecross ways in Sedlčany region
- Marina Cholín on river Vltava
- Ski resort
- Castle ruins
- Cross-country skiing trails Čertovo břemeno
- Gothic town hall in Tábor
- Statues of fairies in Vilice
- Sign of Toulava welcoming tourists near Heřmaničky
- Family relaxation above the "Czech Meran" valley
- Castle ruins of Šelmberk with viewtower
- Views above Počepice
- Hello from Polánka!
- Angling in Forest-fish Vrchotice
- Castle of Vysoký Chlumec
- Sunset above Toulava view from Červený Újezd
- Castle ruins of Borotín
- Relax zone Komora in Tábor
- Blatnické ponds near Mladá Vožice
- Golf Klub Čertovo břemeno
- Trail to Borkovice wetlands
- Views from Radvanov near Mladá Vožice
Region of Toulava is halfway between Prague and National park Šumava. It stretches from Sedlčany to Bechyně, from Mladá Vožice to Milevsko and wide around town of Tábor. It is situated among green hills and valleys of rivers and goes to wetlands of Blata, between the towns and picturesque hamlets.
All the wonders of Toulava are waiting for you. Experience it for yourself!
Discover the romantic ruins of a fortress on the hills and cliffs above the river…
"Toulava region has been created so that we can unite a diverse area in the middle of Bohemia, which has so much in common, and to take action for the preservation of the region where people could return even for decades, regardless of how many times they had already returned."