Semi-ruined fortress is placed at 125-meter hill of volcanic origin. The castle firstly was mentioned at the beginning of the XIV century as supporting base of local feudal rebellion against the royal power of Charles Robert Anjou. In the XIV century castle passed to possession of Count Drugets family, who built in place of wooden castle a stone one. In 1644 during the religious wars Transylvanian prince George I Rakoczi destroyed the castle. In 1879 there was laid the Wagner garden near the castle, in honor of Hungarian scientist – a gardener Carl Wagner, there also was constructed a fountain with natural water pressure. In 1923 Czech authorities gave the ruin to travel club, which began to revive the castle. Since the summer of 2006 in the castle is hold theatrical festival of wedding ceremonies “Nevytsky Castle – brides’ castle”.