Novomlýnské nádrže (Nové Mlýny Dams)

Water scheme Nové Mlýny was built within 1975–1988 in the area of confluence of the rivers Dyje, Jihlava and Svratka with the surface of 3,226 ha. Nové Mlýny dams consist of three water dams; the first one (Mušovská) and the third one (Novomlýnská) are used for recreation and the second one (Věstonická) is an ornithological preserve. The area of the camp site ATC Merkur Pasohlávky is the most important recreation centre of Nové Mlýny dams. In addition to recreation, Nové Mlýny dams provide the tourists with numerous other possibilities of enjoying a pleasant holiday, e.g. surfing, yachting, tennis, volleyball, cultural enjoyment (open-air cinema, dancing evenings, etc.). This area has become one of the most significant fishing localities of whole south Moravia. In the surroundings of Nové Mlýny dams, there are also many archaeological finding places. In the vicinity of these dams, there are ideal conditions for wine and fruit growing, which is another prominent feature of this area.

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