The village of Doľany is a small Carpathian village near Častá. It is located at the foot of the Little Carpathians between Modra and Smolenice. Basically, you can reach us from all over the world.
In the village you will find several preserved monuments that recall the rich history of Dolian. The stone town watchtower from 1598 commemorates the granting of the town's status at the beginning of the 17th century.
In the village there is an originally Gothic parish church of St. Catherine of the 14th century with three altars and an organ with 1056 pipes.
In the village there are several chapels, of which the most interesting is the chapel of St. Leonard from 1360 with a cave part, there are also the chapels of St. Sebastian and the chapel of St. Urban under the vineyards. It is also worth mentioning the statue of Ján Nepomucký in front of the municipal parish. In Doľany you will also find several parents' houses and monuments of important personalities of the village, such as Juraj Palkovič's parents 'house with a memorial plaque, Juraj Fándly's parents' house with a memorial plaque.