The first written mention is, of course, much younger. But the year 1156 nevertheless ranks Černík among the old villages. It lies on the left bank of Nitra and, like everywhere in this region, agriculture, fruit growing and viticulture play directly here. Černík also has a vineyard, cherries, a plow and an apple tree in the coat of arms. Residents can cultivate and make quality wines here even today, the gardens are full of fruit in the season, but the local life is also affected by the proximity of the river. The village of Černík is an excellent location for living with available services near the towns of Nitra, Nové Zámky, Šurany, Vráble and the tourist-attractive Podhájská or Poľný Kesov. In the cadastre of the village there are two areas of European importance, the wetlands Horný and Dolný háj. The village offers visitors and its inhabitants hiking, fishing, cycling, the dead arm of the Nitra River, a lookout tower, water areas, the Nitra - Nové Zámky cycle route, vineyards with typical vineyards, the Church of the Holy Spirit from 1864 and the statue of St. Urban, which was carved in stone in 1770.