Path to Sulphurous Springs

Sulphur springs are a natural phenomenon that is typical of, and unique to, Eastern Moravia. Several sulphur springs, which are almost unknown to the general public, but yield a comparatively large output of quality water, come to the surface in Zádveřice-Raková in the Zlín area.

The local mini-trail, which is about 2 km long, takes the form of a “spring path” connecting five mineral springs that come to the surface along the Horský potok. Two of them were restored in the past, and another three were given protective canopies by the North Moravian Regional Chapter of the ČSOP in 2013 under the umbrella of the NET4GAS Closer to Nature programme. Two information panels provide additional information on the springs in the region, and at three of these springs, benches have been installed and invite the weary wanderer to have a rest. The trail is marked by green dots.

place:Zádveřice-Raková, District of Zlín, Zlín Region
Way there:The trail begins at the bus stop Zádveřice - Paseky. GPS: 49°12'10.946"N, 17°48'10.577"E
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