The game reserve Kralice borders on a historical city Náměšť nad Oslavou and its castle.
The game reserve is also historical as it dates back to 16th century and thus belongs to one of the oldest reserves in our country.
In this reserve occur red deer (clear Carpathian form) and fallow deer. Thanks to ideal conditions for hunting, the game reserve can boast of impressive deer and fallow deer trophies. The record of the game reserve is red deer with antlers of 236,7 CIC and fallow deer of 211,08 CIC.
An original stone fence, lining most of the reserve, enhances its historical feature. Moreover, there are other historical buildings inside the reserve. Thanks to its location and a historical value, the game reserve has been listed as a remarkable natural monument. In fact, there are still original trees which date back to 17th century. Fallen trees serve as food and shelter for protected beetles and other animals.
The then aristocracy, lords from Lomnice, demanded a sophisticated conception of the reserve in order to fit in the landscape. Therefore, the game reserve Kralice has an aesthetical function. It also plays a crucial role of a natural reservoir for full-grown, old and dead beeches, oaks, hornbeams and other broadleaved trees.
In this way, the game reserve fulfils all conditions for healthy countryside with a minimal human interference. It shelters numerous animal and plant species which would hardly survive in an intensively-farmed area.