Municipal office Milíkov
A village spread out below Kozubová mountain with beautiful views of the Silesian Beskydy, which will be appreciated especially cyclists on their journey along the foothills of Beskydy. It was first mentioned in documents in 1577 and its name comes from the charcoal piles "milířů", used in the past for the production of charcoal. A typical timber forge, which was built here in the 18th century, was moved with the internal equipment to the museum in Roznov pod Radhoštěm. A chapel of St. Anne with an observation tower was built on the Mount Kozubová in 1928 Anne. The view from the tower you can enjoy every year in late July on St. Anna celebration, when traditional pilgrimage takes place here or on other religious holidays. Horses are bred on the mountainside, and there is a ski lift in the winter.