Dolní Bečva is a municipality and village in Vsetín District in the Zlín Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 1,900 inhabitants.
Located along road E442 between Rožnov pod Radhoštěm and Prostřední Bečva, the municipality is nestled in a valley of the Beskid Mountains. It lies on the Bečva River. The municipality is at the base of Radhošť mountain, its peak lies at the municipality's border.
Dolní Bečva is a popular summertime destination for athletes and nature enthusiasts, who visit the municipality to go hiking, bicycle riding, fishing, or mushrooming.
In the centre of Dolní Bečva is the Church of Saint Anthony of Padua, built in 1906.
On Radhošť there are located a chapel dedicated to Saints Cyril and Methodius, and the famous Radegast sculpture by Albin Polasek (the original from 1929 was replaced with a copy in 1998).
Twin towns – sister cities
Dolní Bečva is twinned with:
Kamenec pod Vtáčnikom, Slovakia