Camping Hana was established at the end of the eighties on a site, which had long been favoured by casual campers. It is situated in the triangle of land bounded one side by the River Svratka and on the other by the old millrace, now filled in, but marked by a line of willows.

It is a quiet modern, small family-run site for both tents and caravans, with 55 electric hook ups, warm showers and the usual facilities. There is a kitchen too with electric rings, a fridge, washing machine and drier.

Camping is 1 km east of the village Veverska Bityska and alongside the River Svratka, just above where it flows into Lake Brno what is an artificial lake formed by a dam in the outskirts of the city and which provides Brno's residents with a water supply, water sports and other leisure facilities. A small steamer which leaves from a jetty a couple of hundred metres from the camp, provides a pleasant and leisurely way of connecting with the No 1 tram on the outskirts of the city, which will drop you by the main railway station, in easy walking distance of the city centre. Brno (20 km away) is also accessible by the bus, which stops about 100 m from the camp gates or you can go by bus nr 303 from Veverska Bityska to the suburb of Brno. There you can take tram nr 1, 3 or 11 to reach the Centrum.

Details of the places of interest in the area, e.g. the caves of the Moravian Karst, the site of the battle of Austerlitz and the castles of Veveri, Pernstein and Spilberk are readily available from Reception. Other nearby attractions is a walk to the White Creek Valley or the Cross Road with its Miracles Spring. There are also several place of historical interest such as the Cistercian cloisters (the White Monk-convent) called Porta Coeli and Capuchins crypt and the Spilberk Castle. Also within easy driving distance, is the town of Moravsky Krumlov where an art gallery is devoted to the drawing and paintings of Alfons Mucha, best known in the West for his Art Nouveau posters. Maps, postcards, stamps and tram (and bus) tickets are also on sale at Reception.

The village of Veverska Bityska is about 1 km by road, or one can get there by walking alongside the river. In the village are a post office, ATM (cash dispenser), a doctor, a pharmacy, food and other shops, as well as several restaurants and cafes serving excellent meals at moderate prices. Parking is easy.

Camping Hana is a quiet and peaceful site; there are no cabins, there is no disco or bar, although refreshments are available in the small shop beside the reception, or at the buffet/café about 100 m along the road. In order to protect your neighbours from unwelcome smoke, barbeques are confined to a designated area near the sanitary block – which, incidentally, has wheel chair access. Cooking facilities are available in the block as is a fridge, a washing machine and a drier. Electric hook ups are arranged around the site capable of supplying 10 amps at 230 V for which a separate charge is made.

You are cordially invited to our campsite where, from some pitches, you will be lulled to sleep by the sound of our river tumbling over the modern weir of the "old mill". If you are seeking a fully equipped, peaceful site but within reach of many interesting places – then look no further!