Drábské světničky („Beadles dwellings“) are the biggest attraction of the southwestern tip of the Bohemian Paradise – Příhrazské rocks. Sandstone rock towers perched high above the river Jizera connected by wooden bridges have been attractive since the Middle Ages for its inconqerability. Over the years, several dozens of cliff dwellings have been excavated here, above which were wooden cabins. Nowadays, the individual parts of the massif are linked together by massive iron staircases and bridges. The easiest way to get to Drábské světničky is from the village Dneboh or from the restaurant Krásná vyhlídka.