Official Website: -

Website Introducing the Settlement:


Cultural and Conference Tourism

  • heritage site (national importance):

Eco tourism, excursions

  • Ramsar sites:

Ramsarská lokalita Dunajské luhy:

  • Natura 2000:

Dunajské luhy

Dolné Pohronie

  • Protected landscape and Nature protection area:

Chránená krajinná oblasť Dunajské luhy

Nature protection areas – Čenkovská lesostep, Čenkovská step, Jurský Chlm, Mužliansky potok

Gastro tourism

  • Wine region:

Južnoslovenská vinohradnícka oblasť


  • Bicycle route

Other Services

  • doctor on duty

  • post office







5195 ha

Administrative status:


Location of settlement centre:

47.473582, 18.355130

Height of settlement centre:



Mužla is a village in Slovakia in the district of Nové Zámky, located in the southeastern part of the Danube plain, on the left bank of the Danube. It lies 10 km west of Štúrovo. The village is easily accessible from Štúrovo with suburban services. In the settlement is railway station.

In close vicinity of the Danube the archeologists discovered the remains of the Roman frontier military fort from the 4th century.

The village was first mentioned in 1156 as Mosula. It was in the ownership of Trenčín Castle and from the 15th century the Archbishopric of Esztergom owned it. Yeomen are mentioned in connection with Mužla in 1225 but the Primate of Esztergom owned it again from 1338. Two settlements existed here in the 16th century side by side: Dolná Mužla later destroyed by Turks and Čenkov referred to as early as 1243 as the property of a Spanish nobleman Simon. The villagers were farmers and vintners.


-      The Roman Catholic Neo-Classical church of the Virgin Mary, its construction started in the 18th century but finished only in 1817. Its decoration in the Art Noveau style with Byzantine elements is interesting.

-      Peculiarities of the village are the well preserved wind wells from 1920 and sulphur springs known from the 16th century near the church.

-      In the territory of the village next to the disappearing settlement of Čenkov are two National Nature Reserves: Čenkovská steppe and Čenkovská forest-steppe areas.

-      Rare species of flora and fauna found in the Mužlianksý potok and its immediate environs are also protected.

There are pubs and food shops in the village.