A settlement under a hill (581 m) bearing the same name (i.e. “Wolf Mountain” in Czech), with a lookout tower built in the late 1800s on the top. The village was established in 1589 during the process of colonisation of the border areas. It is now predominantly used private leisure.
Church of Our Lady of Carmel built in 1870 and featuring Classicistic interior; WWI memorial. Archaeological surveys have shown the presence of mediaeval glassworks in the forest near the hill.
- Towns and villages