The Žďárské vrchy Hills Protected Landscape Area (PLA) located in the Districts of Žďár nad Sázavou, Havlíčkův Brod, Chrudim and Svitavy was declared on the territory of 709 km2in 1970. Its elevation ranges between 490 and 836.3 m a.s.l., the latter being Mt. Devět skal/Nine Rocks, the highest peak of the area. The PLAs administration managing nature and the landscape administration is based at Žďár nad Sázavou.
The Litovelské Pomoraví/Litovel Morava River Basin Protected Landscape Area (PLA) situated in Central Moravia between the city of Olomouc and town of Mohelnice was declared on the territory of 96 km2on October 29, 1990.
The Doupovske hory/Doupov Hills are situated in northwestern Bohemia between the towns of Karlovy Vary/Carlsbad and Kadaň.
In 2010, 60 years have passed since the discovery of the Koněprusy Caves, the biggest cave system in Bohemia, and 51 years since their part became a show cave.
Within large-size territorial protection of from a point of view of nature history valuable areas, the Agency for Nature Conservation and Landscape Protection of the Czech Republic submitted a proposal to establish the Soutok Protected Landscape Area (PLA).
The Bílé Karpaty/White Carpathian Mts. were designated a Protected Landscape Area (PLA) in 1980 and became a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1996. The PLA includes hills and low mountains which were folded in the Tertiary, in the same time as the Alps were.
The Blanský les Protected Landscape Area (PLA) was declared on the territory of 212 km2on December 8, 1989. Its main aim is to protect well-preserved mixed forests, to manage sites rich in flora and fauna and to maintain the typical landscape scenery/character.