Small Carpathian Wine region
- Traditional "habanska" ceramics in Modra and Pezinok
- Red Stone Castle
- Tasting of local wines in wine cellars
- A delicacy - baked goose and duck with rich garnish
SMALL CARPATHIAN WINE REGION – “Land of wine”
The Small Carpathian region is a unique network of settlements, undulating lines of vine-covered hillsides, wine producers and culture located between Bratislava and Trnava City. The region consists of 12 wine-producing areas and covers an administrative territory of 120 viticultural communes. The vineyards sprawl over the slopes of the Small Carpathian mountains. Besides cultural and historic attractions, visitors will be intrigued by the varied traditions and folklore of the individual communes. Visitors can tour wine cellars, taste excellent dishes like baked goose and enjoy a glass of fine wine while listening to some local music.
Besides cultural and historic attractions, visitors will be intrigued by the varied traditions and folklore of the different communes.
A gem of the Small Carpathian mountains and one of the best-preserved Slovak castles is Červený Kameň (Red Stone), only one hour‘s drive from Bratislava. The castle takes its name from the light reddish colour of the rock on which was built.