The town Hlučín was established in 1256 by the Czech King Přemysl Otakar II. the town belongs to the logical centres of this region. A lot of smaller municipalities were connected to it and separated again in history. Nowadays Hlučín is connected with town parts Bobrovníky and Darkovičky.

The Sport Holiday Resort – Hlučínské lake (jezero)
This large resort of water sport with a lot of grass beaches is situated by the natural lake – its area is 140 hectares. It off ers all possibilities connected with bathing and water sport (windsurfi ng, beach volleyball, a lending offi ce of boats and water bicycles, a water towwater ski, tennis, volleyball, football, mini-golf). A great angling is possible here, too.

The Sport Hall Hlučín
The Hall is provided with all equipment for executing regular matches in basketball, volleyball, handball or hall football. You can also use a bowling course, a sauna or a solarium.

The Area of the Czechoslovak Fortifi cation in Hlučín-Darkovičky
This individual defensive system is a unique and solitary technical and building sight appreciated in Europe. the fortress “Alej” is the most preserved foot-soldiers block-house in the Czech republic. Its armament and equipment are original from 1938. All parts here are connected with an instructional path.

The Château/The Museum of Hlučínsko
Originally a late Gothic château from the beginning of the 16th century, nowadays it is a three-winged one-storey building. In its rooms there is situated the Museum of Hlučínsko, which is intend on the town Hlučín and the region Hlučín in its historical territory. Then you can find here the management of the Culture Centre in Hlučín, the town library and rooms of the Primary art school Pavel Josef Vejvanovský.

The Children Ranch Hlučín
This children ranch an the area of 12,4 hectares arranges hippotherapy concentrated on cure of special illnesses and healing riding for the public.