Explore Miura hotel surroundings. Our receptionists will recommend you the suitable attraction for you.

Timber chapel of St. Cyril and St. Methodius - Čeladná

At the upper end of Čeladná by the "Cyrilka" spring is the small wooden chapel of St Cyril and St Methodius.

Distance: 3 km

Church of St. John of Nepomuk in Čeladná

The church dates from 1784 and here you will find an iron cross made in 1834. The Roman Catholic Church of St John of Nepomuk in Čeladná was blessed by Dean Ignác Uhlíř in 1759.

Distance: 2 km

Lysá hora

Lysá hora is a cult site and the highest peak in the Beskydy Mountains at 1323 metres above sea level. From Lysá hora there is an unforgettable view of the ridges and valleys of the Beskydy Mountains. When there is good visibility you can see as far as the White Carpathians, the Jeseníky Mountains, the Malá Fatra mountains in Slovakia and the Western and High Tatras. When there are absolutely ideal conditions (only a few times a year) to the north-west over the Jeseníky Mountains you can even see Sněžka, 200 km away.

The unique Friends of Lysá hora Club has existed as part of the Czech Tourists' Club since 1981. Its members who are called "Lysaři" count the number of ascents they have made. It is a sport, a pastime and a passion. They have a green dragon on their symbol, after Petr Bezruč who was known as the Old Dragon. Badges are given depending on the number of ascents you have made; the most valuable, for two thousand ascents, is the platinum badge.

Ivančena (925 m n. m.) - a stone mound in the Beskydy mountains between Malchor and Kykulka below the summit of Lysá hora. The mound is now a symbol of patriotism, bravery and friendship. It continues to grow in size and consists of stones from various corners of the world. Among them there is even a small stone from the Moon given by the astronaut Neil Armstrong.

Distance: 10 km


The mountain seat Pustevny (1018 m), named after the hermits who used to live here and the last of who died in 1874, is a notable tourist centre. It is dominated by wooden structures built in the folk style by the leading Slovak architect Dušan Jurkovič.

Radhošť is the most well-known mountain in the Beskydy protected area. It is 1129 metres high and provides wonderful views of the entire Beskydy, Valašsko, Jeseníky - Praděd, Malá and Velká Fatra. Radhošť is traditionally associated with worship of the pagan god of hospitality, fertility and abundance, Radegast.

You can travel to Pustevny in a chairlift which gives you a bird's eye view of the countryside. The starting station is in Trojanovice.

Distance: 15 km

Rožnov pod Radhoštěm open-air museum

The largest and oldest open-air museum in central Europe. Around a hundred typical Wallachian buildings can now be seen here. The largest grounds and also the longest viewing circuit is the Wallachian village. The project was started in the middle of the twentieth century as a way of preserving the wooden buildings of the folk architecture in the Wallachia region which were rapidly disappearing.

The most important thing that is currently going on at the museum is the concerted effort to bring back to life the long-forgotten traditional techniques, folk art and customs, as well as reconstructing how our ancestors socialised, did business and enjoyed themselves. Another area of activities is folk craft and folk artists who, as well as selling their products, show off their skills to the numerous visitors to the museum. In this way Rožnov Museum is fulfilling the legacy of its founder, Bohumír Jaroněk who wanted it to be a living museum.

Distance: 21 km


Štramberk Castle - the ruins of a castle whose origins are unknown. One of the theories is that the castle was built by the Order of the Knights Templar, another is the legend of how the local inhabitants were miraculously protected from the Tatars on Kotouč mountain in 1241.

Trúba, as the tower is locally known, has become the symbol of this massive castle, beautiful town and picturesque region.

Distance: 23 km

Hukvaldy castle

Hukvaldy Castle, one of the largest Czech castles, has an important place in the history of Moravia. Throughout its history it was never conquered and it was not until 1762 that a fire destroyed it. It has now been partially restored. There is a summer amphitheatre with excellent acoustics where the international Leoš Janáček Music Festival is regularly held. It was here that Janáček was inspired to write his opera "The Cunning Little Vixen". This is commemorated by a statue of the Cunning Little Vixen in Hukvaldy game park. You can also visit the house that Leoš Janáček was born in where there is now a museum to this genius.

Distance: 23 km

Tatra Kopřivnice technical museum

The most extensive collection devoted to the Kopřivnická vozovka, which later found fame as the phenomenal TATRA car factory. The museum currently has four different exhibits: The Tatra Technical Museum, the Lašské (Lachian) Museum, the Fojtství (Reeve's House) Museum and the Emil and Dana Zátopek exhibit (in the Technical Museum). 

Distance: 23 km

Stodolní Street - Ostrava

There are only a few streets that make their way into people's subconsciousness. Stodolní Street in the Moravian town of Ostrava is undoubtedly one of them. Its fame is no longer restricted to just Ostrava but goes beyond the region and it is no exaggeration to say that it is known practically throughout the country and even beyond its borders.

Distance: 35 km


For transportation to all these locations you can use our hotel van Mercedes Viano. For reservations and prices, please contact the reception.



Gift voucher

Select service: