The Lovoš (German: Lobosch) is 570 m high. It is located directly next to Lovosice and together with the opposite Radobyl forms the entrance to the Elbe into the Bohemian Central Mountains. The steep slopes and the double peak with the only 489 m high Kybička give it its distinctive shape. While the main peak consists mainly of basalt, the secondary peak is made of phonolite.
From the summit there is a great panoramic view of the Bohemian Central Mountains, the Elbe Valley with the Porta Bohemica and the flatlands to the south as far as Prague.
There is a tourist station with a restaurant on the top.