Velke Bilovice has been one of the youngest town in Czech republic since 2001. Velke Bilovice are essential part of the South Moravia but mainly, it is a town of folklore tradition, wine and fruit. Growing of grape-vine has begun already at the era of Romans on this land. It is the largest viticulture area in Czech Republic with its 550ha. The town lies on a very wealthy finding-place. The history of the town the local ethnic museum presents almost twenty years. There is the permanent exposition of garbs and agriculture tools. Some archaeological finds are deposited in the museum. They are from excavation from about 1970. An interesting point is also an exhibition about Czechoslovakians living in Argentina. The church of Narozeni Panny Marie can be ranked among significant architectural monuments as well as the strong-hold from 14th century rebuilt into a granary.
A beautiful path for cycling takes you among vineyards to the mystical hill Hradistek. From there we may enjoy a long view. There is the chapel on that place sacred to Cyril and Metodej, St. Vaclav and to patron of wine-growers- St.Urban.