The Radobýl, the 399 m high local mountain of Litoměřice, as one of the southernmost mountains of the Bohemian Central Uplands, offers a great panoramic view of both the cone mountains of the Bohemian Central Uplands and along the Ore Mountains ridge and over the flat land to the Říp and, with good visibility, even to Prague. However, the ascent is quite difficult.
Basalt was mined on the west side until the 1950s, which gave the mountain its distinctive "nibbled" silhouette. Today impressive basalt columns can be admired there.
On the south side of the Radobýl there is a particularly dry and warm climate, which is why a special dry grassland vegetation thrives here with many rare plants that are actually native to the steppes of Southeast Europe.
On the way between Radobýl and Litoměřice you pass the former Leitmeritz satellite camp, where slave laborers were forced to work in tunnels to produce armaments.