- 1 Gbely.
- 2 Holíč. A town nearby Hodonín, which is right across the state border.
- 3 Malacky.
- 4 Modra. A town famous for its pottery industry. Its blue-and-white porcelain is famous throughout Slovakia. It is also known as one of the most important viticulture centres in the Little Carpathians region.
- 5 Šaštín-Stráže.
- 6 Senica.
- 7 Skalica. Economically the strongest town in the region. Also a good tourist destination thanks to its preserved city center and historical monuments.
- 8 Stupava.
The proximity of the borders with Austria and the Czech Republic means that the terrain here is similar to the hilly regions of Moravia, and the villages resemble Austrian wine towns.
- 1 Habánsky dvor. An showcase of a typical "haban house" in the Veľké Leváre town. Guided visit can be arranged.
- 2 Church of Virgin Marry of Seven Grievances. One of the most important Slovak basilica minors.
- 3 Jewish synagogue in Malacky.
- 4 Manor house in Holíč. A former water-castle, rebuilt to a manor house.
- 5 Manor house in Malacky. Ot was built as a baroque home of the noble family of Palffy, and has been re-purposed multiple times since. A relatively big park is accessible behind the main building.
- 6 Korlátka.
- 7 Ostrý Kameň.
- 8 Pajštún. This 13th-century castle is a popular destination for Bratislava's inhabitants, because of the proximity. The castle was ruined in early 19th century.
- 9 Plavecký hrad.
- 1 Driny cave. The only accessible cave in Western slovakia.
- 2 Little Carpathians (Malé Karpaty). A mountain range, part of Carpathians. The area is not compact, the hills are also not very tall.
- 3 Smrdáky spa.
This region is well known for producing high quality wines, especially in the regions around the town Skalica. This town is well known for a typical cuveé - Skalicky Rubin (Skalica Carbuncle), a composition of three sorts of red wine - Noir de Franconie (subsort Lampart)+ Portugais Bleu + Saint Laurent (Skalicka Frankovka, Modry Portugal, Svätovavrinecké) and also a typical subsort of Noir de Franconie redwine - Lampart.
The region specific production of alcoholic beverages is typically known with wine brandy and various fruit spirits (pear, apple, plum...) with higher volume of alcohol, 40% and more, especially slivovica, a popular local speciality.
Czech republic border can be crossed in many places.