You can visit many historic sights in the close neighbourhood, for example Valašsko Open-air Museum showing the local folk architecture in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm, a small town Štramberk with a round tower (Trúba), Příbor, a Sigmund Freud’s birthplace, a famous psychologist, small wooden churches in the Mount of Prašivá, in Sedliště or Guty villages. You can also spend your time in the ZOO in Ostrava, in the aquapark in Olešná, or in the swimming pool in Havířov. A cableway trip to Pustevny is also very attracive for tourists. There you can walk to Radhošť past the Radegast statue, the god of the Beskydy Mountains. In winter there is a number of skiing centres in Javorový, Řeka or Morávka, which are near the pension. Golfers can play golf in Beskydský golf club in Ropice, Čeladná or Šilheřovice nearby. Closeness of the state frontier invites to trips to Slovakia and Poland.