The Sorina project was established in the cultural heart of South Moravia, in the district town of Hodonín. This spa town, through which the Morava River flows, lies on the border with Slovakia. Currently, Hodonín has about 25,000 inhabitants. The first Czechoslovak president Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk was born here. Hodonín is the perfect place for people who like the comfort of the city but at the same time want to be close to beautiful nature, wine villages or castles, which are connected by an extensive network of bike paths.
Above-standard comfortable living
Services catering for daily necessities