Moravian Wine Trails
Moravian Wine Trails

Moravian Wine Trails

La Voie Verte commence:
Pays: République tchèque
Région: Sud-est
Localité: Znojmo

La Voie Verte se termine:
Pays: République tchèque
Région: Moravie centrale
Localité: Uherske Hradiste

Description:Longueur :
1200 km

Revêtement :
Dur et lisse (asphalte, béton, enrobé)
Sol meuble (sable, herbe, cendrée, …)

Usagers :
Vélos tout terrain

Remarques:La Moravian Wine Trail (République Tchèque): En Moravie du Sud, près de 1250 km de pistes cyclables et de sentiers pédestres à travers vergers, vignobles et caves. L'itinéraire principal relie Uherské Hradiště dans l'est de la région, à Znomo, ville médiévale près de la frontière autrichienne. La voie verte permet de découvrir l'héritage culturel et viticole d'une région depuis toujours influencée par la vigne.

Organisme de gestion de la voie verte :Nom de l'organisme: Jan Grombíř

Addresse: Nadace Partnerství, Údolní 33, 602 00 Brno
Code postal: 602 00
Téléphone: +420-606162167
Site internet:

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Moravian Wine Trails (Czech Republic): almost 1250 kms of cycling and hiking trails through orchards, vineyards and wine cellar alleys of South Moravia. The main route connects Uherské Hradiště in Eastern part of the region with Znojmo, medieval town at the Austrian border. Ten loops feature typical wine types and wine cellar lane architecture creates a network of unique cultural heritage and viniculture. The visitors can choose a one-day or two-week tour to explore Moravian folklore, wine and UNESCO Heritage sights. This system is continued in Austria with 13 main trail loops of 1.600kms of signposted wine trails in Austrian Weinviertel highlighting the main wine sorts such as Tramin, Grüner Veltliner, Sauvignon, Blauburgunder and others. The regions of South Moravia and Weinviertel create a unique wine growing area catering to the needs of cycle as well as wine and cultural tourists. Main vision of this project of Nadace Partnerstvi is to make South Moravia a prosperous region known as “Region of Monuments and Wine”. Complete list of Moravian Wine trails: Moravian Wine Route – 310 km (Uherské Hradiště – Znojmo, red marking) Brno Wine Route – 90km (blue) Znojmo Wine Route – 163 km (dark blue) Mikulov Wine Route– 82 km (yellow-green) Velké Pavlovice Wine Route– 109 km (light blue) Wine Route Podluží – 113 km (orange) Mutěnice Wine Route – 60 km (rouge) Kyjov Wine Route – 84 km (light green) Bzenec Wine Route – 24 km (silver) Strážnice Wine Route - 101 km (dark blue) Uherské Hradišťště Wine Route – 74 km (violet) Main tourist attractions and towns along this trail (nature and cultural heritage etc.): About the region: The Southern Moravia region represents the crossroads of Europe. Since time immemorial, routes traveling from east to west and from north to south have intersected here. The Dyje-Svratka basin and Moravian Karst (Moravský kras) caves have been settled by man since the Stone Age. Both South Moravia (CZ) and Lower Austria are famous for its wines but also for unique, wine cellar lanes. UNESCO has included three areas in Southern Moravia in the World Heritage List, which is the highest number in the Czech Republic: the Lednice-Valtice area (Lednicko-valtický areál) and the biosphere reserves of Pálava and the White Carpathians (Bílé Karpaty). Cross-border National park Podyjí/Thayatal is the youngest national park in the country. The region is very rich in living folklore traditions. Gems of folk art and handicrafts from the entire world are collected in the Institute of Folk Culture and in the open-air Museum of a Southern Moravian Village in Strážnice Main tourist attractions: UNESCO World Heritage Lednice-Valtice area, Austerlitz Castle (Slavkov u Brna) with displays of the world-famous Battle of the Three Emperors, castle in Moravský Krumlov houses the Slavic Epic (Slovanská epopej), a monumental work by Alfons Mucha, Protected complex of wine cellars in Plže near Strážnice, medieval towns of Znojmo, Mikulov and historic center of Brno, Jewish cemetary and synagogue in Mikulov Main villages/towns: The greenway runs through wine growing villages and towns. The largest towns: Brno, Znojmo, Uherské Hradiště, Mikulov and Břeclav. General characteristic of the Greenway: Complete list of Moravian Wine trails: Moravian Wine Route – 310 km (Uherské Hradiště – Znojmo, red marking) Brno Wine Route – 90km (blue) Znojmo Wine Route – 163 km (dark blue) Mikulov Wine Route– 82 km (yellow-green) Velké Pavlovice Wine Route– 109 km (light blue) Wine Route Podluží – 113 km (orange) Mutěnice Wine Route – 60 km (rouge) Kyjov Wine Route – 84 km (light green) Bzene Wine Route – 24 km (silver) Strážnice Wine Route - 101 km (dark blue) Uherské Hradiště Wine Route – 74 km (violet) Podluží Wine Route - 115 km The Southern part of the route starts in Břeclav, border town between Austria-Slovakia-Czech Republic. Almost everywhere you go, you will find hospitable vintners and great wines. In the Southern part of Podluzi visit 2 important archeological Slavonic sites - Pohansko a Valy near Mikul?ice. Mutěnice Wine Route – 65 km An easy route will take you to the fields, cultivated landscape, greenery of orchards and vineyards. Historic wine cellars featuring excellent wines can be found at Mutěnice - Pod búdama and in Milovice – Šidleny. These unique complexes of wine cellars are great examples of wine cellar architecture of Slovak Moravia. Mutěnice Wine Route is especially beautiful during the fall season thanks to the colorfull landscape but also traditional folk costumes, folklore events and lively celebrations in wine cellar lanes and taste of young wine – bur?ák. Bzenec Wine Route - 26 km This shortest wine route gives the opportunity to observe the countryside from tops of rolling hills. Worth seeing are especially the examples of traditional rural architecture and wine center in region full of wine cellar lanes. Town of Bzenec which will soon celebrate its 1.000th anniversary is dominated by Jewish cemetery dating back to medieval times with grave stones from the end of 17th century. Taste typical wine Bzenecká lipka /Bzenec Lime wine/ with aroma of traditional lime tree which can be found in the chateau park. Strážnice Wine Route – 101 km The zig-zaging more then 100km long wine route covers a large territory stretching in the eastern part to hills of White Carpathians. In respect to all cultural and wine offerings reserve at lest 2 days for your visit. The historic town of Strážnice offers unique open air museum with typical architecture and baroque wine cellars from 16th century in Petrov-Plže. Kyjov Wine Route – 85 km Lenght and profile of this wine route will be a challenge even for experienced cyclists who will be rewarded by the picturesque landscape. First rolling hills near Kyjov followedby steep climbs and long downhills in Chřiby mountains or varied countryside in Ždánický les. The characteristic color of this trail-green will follow you along the entire journey. Uherské Hradiště – 75 km Rolling hills, important monuments of folk architecture and landscape together with wine characterize this route suitable for whole day family trips. Uherské Hradiště, the center of Slovak Moravia, is the starting point of this route which will first take you alongside the Morava river. At the crossing near Kostelany you can follow the river and through vineyards to Polešovice or turn South Ostrožská Nová Ves, village known for its spa, natural swimming pool and boat rental. Velké Pavlovice Wine Route – 110 km Varied countryside of this wine region is dense with signposted bicycle routes. You can divide your travel into sections and smaller loops with wide range of view opportunities. On your way South of Brno you can visit several wine shops and exhibitions in Židlochovice and Hustope?e with best wines from this Brno Wine Route - 130 km This route is lined-up with little chapels, crosses, cross roads are testimony of pious character of the region between Moravany and Slavkov /Austerlitz/, site of the famous Battle of 3 Emperors. Characteristic are excellent red wines comparable to wines in Velké Pavlovice. Znojmo Wine Route – 165 km This is the longest route connecting 55 wine growing villages. The entire region is dominated by aromatic, fruity white wines and flat landscape following vineyards and fields suitable for any bicyclist. The lovers of more challenging terrain will find it more satisfactory in Northern part of the route along the Dyje river and in the national park Podyji/Thayatal. For wine conoseurs, lovers of wine cellar labyrinths and admirers of folk architecture we recommend to visit villages of Šaldorf-Sedlešovice, Hnanice, Šatov, Chvalovice, Vrbovec or Jaroslavice in the Southern part of this route with best wines of the region and pictoresque wine cellar lanes. Mikulov Wine Route - 82 km This route will take you to countryside cultivated by generations of Moravians, Germans, Jews and even Dutch Anabaptists. You can start your journey in Lednice Valtice UNESCO Heritage area, follow the former Iron Curtain until you reach Mikulov, cultural, historic and wine center of the entire region. In order to get to know more about viniculture visit the educational trail in Novosedlí together with outstanding wine cellars of young generation of Moravian vintners. Moravian Wine Route – 310 km This is the backbone trail connecting all wine routes of South Moravia and at the same time wine center of Znojmo in the West and Uherské Hradiště in the East. Along this route you have a unique chance to visit 70 wine villages, dozens of protected landscape areas and historic monuments of this region.

Services pratiques:
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Locations de vélos
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Points d'informations

Appartient à:
Un réseau régional


Largeur: 3 m
Pente moyenne: 3%

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