The Nature of Břeclav

Břeclav is situated on the Dyje river, and surrounded by woods skirting its three sides. Floodplain forest lining the riverbed of the Dyje and Morava rivers represents - by its area of over 3500 hectares – the largest complex of its kind in Central Europe. In 1993 the forests interwoven by the network of canals, ponds and dead branches were inscribed in the Ramsar Convention under the name Floodplain of Lower Dyje River.

Northwest of Břeclav you can find the Kančí obora game preserve and floodplain forest dominated by hardwood alluvial forest with English oak and narrow-leaved ash. Nature trails will guide you through the nature attractions of this area. In the south the town is almost touched by the largest area of floodplain forests, stretching as far as the confluence of the Morava and Dyje rivers, with partially preserved floodplain meadows and alluvial ponds. In this area one of the most valuable sites are the primary forest reservations Ranšpurk and Cahnov-Soutok. From the west this place is touched by the south-east part of the Lednické rybníky nature reserve; visitors who come to see its beauty can also enjoy the service of nature trails.

 

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