Welcome to Pension and Wine Bar Velky Dvur in Pasohlávky!

Sitting in the wine cellar:

  • The wine cellar is situated in the Pension and Wine bar Velky Dvur in Pasohlavky.
  • Sitting in a small saloon with about 25 seats.
  • Sitting in the large lounge of about 70 seats.
  • Possibility of managed wine tasting of the local region wines.
  • Sitting with unlimited consumption for about 4 hours of your selected wines.
  • Refreshment in the form of cold dishes. Possibility to order hot and cold dishes.
  • We focus on selling quality barrel wines from the local area.
  • We offer the possibility of booking for private parties and celebrations or corporate events.
  • Opened by prior telephone or email reservation with a minimum of at least 10 people.


Salon detail
Entrance detail
White wine
Red wine
Bar and table
Newest photo cellar
Local traditions
Local traditions
Local traditions
Local traditions
Local traditions
Local traditions
Local traditions
Local traditions

We are partners of Aqualandu Moravia and offer our guests 10% discount on admission.

Nearby attraction:

  • Protected Landscape Area and Pálava Biosphere Reserve (under the auspices of UNESCO)
  • Lednice-Valtice Area (under the patronage of UNESCO)
  • Recreation area Pasohlavky on the banks of the reservoir Nove Mlyny
  • Archeological site Hradisko u Musova
  • Mikulov Winery area

Description of the area of ​​interest:

The village of Pasohlavky is situated about 30 km south of Brno, above the northern edge of the upper reservoir Nove Mlyny, near two world-famous territories under the auspices of UNESCO - the Palava biosphere reserve and the Lednice-Valtice area. Interesting hydrothermal sources are located in the area of ​​interest.

The nature of the landscape is low, in the area towards the Pálava Hills it passes in the hillside. The area of interest belongs to the river Dyje river, which passes through the system of Novomlynska nadrz in the neighborhood of the solved area. The area is the hottest part of the Czech Republic with long, warm and dry summer and short and dry winters.

Part of the area under consideration is currently used for short-term recreation. The water areas, including the Great Lagoon and the Small Lagoon, line the beaches in an approximately 50 m wide strip, with areas for camping, accommodation, seasonal services and sports.