Malá Mača is one of the important water reservoirs in Slovakia, which is located near the village of Mača in the southwest of the country. This artificial reservoir was created in 1982 and serves as a reservoir of drinking water for the surrounding areas and as a place for recreation and tourism. Malá Mača has an area of around 78 hectares and is surrounded by beautiful nature and forests. The reservoir offers opportunities for water sports such as swimming, rowing and fishing. It is a popular place for picnics and barbecues in the summer months and for walks in the surrounding nature. This water reservoir is also of ecological importance as it provides shelter for many species of birds and other aquatic animals. It is an important piece of nature and recreational space that brings joy and benefit to locals and visitors.