The town of Jevíčko lies in the northern part of the picturesque and fertile region of “Malá Haná” becoming its natural centre. The “Malá Haná” region spreads from the town of Boskovice to the town of Městečko Trnávka and it is about 25 km long and 3 to 5 km wide. The region is part of a geological depression called the “Boskovická brázda” which geomorphologically divides the “Českomoravská vrchovina” from the “Drahanská vysočina”. “Malá Haná” is outlined with the ridges of the “Podorlická pahorkatina” in the north, with a short section of the “Zábřežská vrchovina” in the northeast and the “Drahanská vrchovina” in the southeast. Thousands of years of natural processes have created unusual scenery here, where hills surround scenic valleys with meadows and mostly coniferous woods.