In 2005 the Bohemian Paradise became the first area in the Czech Republic to be simultaneously admitted to the European Geopark Network and UNESCO's World Geopark Network.
- ZEBÍN HILL
- THE CHAPEL OF MARY MAGDALENE
- ZEBÍN QUARRY
- ČEŘOVKA HILL
- VELIŠ HILL
- WOODEN BELL-TOWER BELOW ZEBÍN
- THE CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS BELOW ZEBÍN
- VALDŠTEJN (WALLENSTEIN) LOGGIA AND LIBOSAD PARK
This geopark designated area is both interesting and valuable not only from a geological point of view, but also aesthetically and it plays an important role in the fields of science and education.
From a tourism perspective, it is a picturesque area with its own unique character.
The area around Zebín is interesting from geological, botanical and entomological viewpoints. The basalt hill with its steppe vegetation covered slopes is a protected area. It covers 5.73 hectares and rises to 399m above sea-level.
On the western side of the hill there is an abandoned quarry with closed blocks of porcelain. On the summit you can find the Chapel of St. Mary Magdalene