The company Sirnaté lázně Ostrožská Nová Ves specializes in the treatment of dermal diseases, mainly psoriasis, atopic eczema and acne health problems for which the spa prepares the perfect conditions owing to the local curative natural springs containing sulphur. Guests are usually accommodated in the Main Spa Building *** providing comprehensive spa services under one roof and in the nearby villas Vlasta and Šárka.
Ostrožská Nová Ves 664
Only eight kilometres from Uherské Hradiště in the heart of the Slovácko region you can find the small village of Ostrožská Nová Ves surrounded by gravel and sand lakes. The spa tradition of this place dates back to the beginning of the 20th century when the water from the local morasses and bogs was recognized for having curative properties. The spa zone is set in the middle of a forest park with an area of land consisting of more than ten hectares. The adjacent plains are protected from winds by the mountain ridges of the White Carpathians and Chřiby Mountains. One of the spa’s specialities is the production of natural cosmetics on the basis of the unique natural sulphurous spring with the SINOVA brand name.
Natural sulphurous mineral water.
Adults: circulatory diseases, neurological diseases, musculoskeletal system diseases, skin diseases.
Spa guests may take a rest or refresh themselves in the sauna, rehabilitation pool with counter-flow, miniature golf course or by playing table tennis. It is also possible to hire a bike or Nordic Walking poles, go fishing in the nearby lake, go swimming in the gravel and sand lakes or make use of the tennis court in Ostrožská Nová Ves. In Kunovice, not far from Uherské Hradiště, people have the opportunity to watch this wine region from a bird´s eye view or to test themselves in parachute jumping. Golfers may use the golf course in the close neighbourhood of Sirnaté Lázně.
Buchlov: One of the oldest fortresses in the Czech Republic, an example of medieval defence architecture, valuable collections of history and a library.
Kroměříž: The historical town centre is under UNESCO protection, a remarkable Baroque Chateau with the surrounding gardens, Chateau Gallery, Gothic and Baroque churches.
Strážnice: Village – an open-air museum of old time architecture and folk works; opened in 1973.
Baťa Canal: A water canal constructed in the years 1934–1938, now used as a place for rest and steamboat tours.
Modrá Museum: Open-air folk museum, reconstruction of the Great Moravia Empire settlement from the 9th century.