The area around Dívčí Kámen Castle is also very varied from a botanical and zoological point of view, thanks to the combination of rock formations, meandering water courses and human intervention. That is why the area of the castle was declared a nature reserve , which is also part of the PLA Blanský les .
The location is enhanced by the close proximity of the Celtic oppida , which in terms of importance and size ranks among European uniques . The castle is one of the largest and best preserved medieval monuments in the Czech Republic.
The castle was founded by the Rožmberk family in 1349 and abandoned by the same family in 1506. After 500 years of abandonment by the family of its founders, it became the property of the municipality of Křemže. Concerts , historical, fencing and theater performances, medieval markets , lectures and exhibitions are regularly held on the premises of the castle .
Dívčí Kámen is accessible by the yellow sign from Holubov (about 3 km) or by the red tourist sign from Zlatá Koruna (about 5 km), from Boršov nad Vltavou (about 14 km) or from the Třísov railway station (about 1.5 km). On the way from Třísov, the ruins can be seen in all their grandeur when viewed from the top .
Maiden’s Stone Ruin
382 03 Holubov
GPS: 48.889140 14.356641
- Ing. Zdenka Tučková
Oh. Jeremiah 1854
397 01 Písek
Tel.: +420 721 130 531
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- GPS: 49.303454 14.158029
Region: South Bohemian region
Region: Český Krumlov and surroundings
The castle is accessible all year round – daily from dawn to dusk.
Dusk = you can no longer
read newspapers with regular print.
Daybreak = you can already read newspapers with regular print.
- Price: 75 CZK
- Reduced price: 50 CZK
- Note: children 6–15 years: CZK 30
- 1.5 hours