Above the sink, you can take a walk through the exquisite scenery of the Kolíbky (Cradle) Rocks which have become popular with television crews shooting fairytales. The area around Rudice, surrounded by forest, picturesque lakes and traces of the mining work of past centuries, is attractive for quiet walks away from the north of the Moravian Karst that receives the largest numbers of tourists.
The Rudice lakes, the Seč quarry (with layers of iron ore and geodes), the little Chapel of Saint Anthony, the Chapel of Saint Barbara, the Kolíbky Rocks, the Rudice Sink – Býčí Skála (Bull Rock) cave system and other areas of natural interest and works of human ingenuity are certainly worth a look and a visit.
Rudice loves to welcome hikers, cyclists and (in the winter) cross-country skiers. It certainly has plenty to offer families with children, for whom a visit to the Windmill Museum is an unforgettable experience. The windmill is one of the dominant landmarks in Rudice and home to a museum of the history of the village and a permanent exhibition of speleology, mineralogy and the history of the iron industry and mining.
Rudice is also one of the stops along the European Iron Trail, an international project that will acquaint you with the rich tradition of iron production in the region, and the educational trail Through the Heart of South Moravia. You can also set out on a seven-kilometre walk along the educational trail The Jedovnice Fishponds and the Rudice Sink which begins at the windmill, features thirteen information panels and continues through the magical Kolíbky Valley to the sink. The walk along Jedovnice Stream ends at the Olšovec fishpond.