The tennis club in Mariánské Lázně was established in the 1930s. Over the years, the tennis complex has undergone a number of changes to its current form. The European Junior Tour is regularly played here.
The 4th largest miniature park in Europe is located near the city center of Mariánské Lázně and has become the most visited attraction in the Karlovy Vary region.
Miniature Park Boheminium was founded in 1999. Since then you can admire our incredibly detailed models of Czech tourist sights. We have great references of our visitors expreinces. Do not hesitate to come and make your own expreince with us.
Admire the charm of Karlštejn Castle, the technical sights of Ještěd Tower or fabulous castles of Czech Republic in one place.
The Mariánské Lázně Equestrian Club under the leadership of Ondřej Nágr offers services in the field of horse breeding and riding: horse stables, training and preparation of jumping horses, training of riders, horse breeding and breeding of mares.
On the outskirts of the town of Mariánské Lázně, in the places where the park turns into a forest, there is a picturesque meadow through which a stream full of granite boulders flows and two ponds complete the charm of this place.
Already many years ago, a spring was discovered in this corner, which was named the Prelátův and after whom this unique piece of nature is named.
Swimming lake "Lido" is located in the beautiful natural scenery of Marianske Lazne, about 2 km from the city center, right in the middle of the woods. In the complex there is also a restaurant with a terrace.
The Mariánské Lázně golf course is a classic style of the Scottish and Irish courses of the turn of the century. The 18-hole course lies at the foot of Slavkov Forest, 787 m above sea level and is largely on flat land.
It was founded in 1905 and is one of the oldest courses in our country. The course was founded and ceremonially opened on 21.8.1905 by King Edward VII of England. After cutting the ribbon, the King signed the memorial book with his golden pen and became the first founding member of the club.
Mariánské Lázně Golf Club is the only club in Central Europe that can boast such a significant history. The club became the venue for the world's most important amateur competition - the European Amateur Team Championship. The indisputable highlight of this history is the club's right to use the title 'Royal Golf Club', generously awarded by the British Queen Elizabeth II in 2003 and followed by a visit of His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.
The course consists of a compact, clearly defined area from which only two holes deviate; they were built in 1978 to replace a pair of very tight and cramped original holes. The greens are small in comparison to newly constructed golf courses, but well protected by bunkers. The course is mostly flat. At first glance it may seem reasonably easy, but there are many pitfalls that require a precise technical game.
It is largely surrounded by coniferous forests, making it a very pleasant experience even on very hot summer days. There are many places were the view opens out onto the surrounding countryside, which is natural and unspoilt by buildings.
The resort is gracefully set into the exceptional historical and natural environment with the backdrop of a classicist chateau.
The beautiful, 18-hole, fully irrigated course, labelled Genius Loci, is with its design an unforgettable experience for most players. It is no accident that every hole has its own name and story. With its beautiful appearance and the quality of the playing areas, the course is ranked among the top courses in the Czech Republic.
The site was designed by the famous golf course designer, Christoph Städler, who made use of the Castle Park and the surrounding nature. By combining the traditional and modern elements, he managed to create a diverse and varied course in the parkland style. The course with its tee layout will satisfy all demanding golf professionals and amateur players as well as the recreational players. In addition to the course itself, all training areas are available.
The town of Mariánské Lázně which is situated in the most western corner of Czech Republic will surprise you at any time of the year. It offers you not only natural mineral springs, magnificent parks and varied architecture, but a wide variety of cultural/entertainment programs and access to many sporting activities.