The Zlatá Stoka (Golden Canal) is one of two canals in the countryside full of ponds around the town Třeboň. It goes through the area between the towns Třeboň and Veselí nad Lužnicí.
The canal was used for feeding the system of large ponds around Třeboň: Opatovický Rybník, Svět, Káňov, Velký Tisý, Koclířov, Dvořiště, Záblatský Rybník, Bošilecký Rybník, Švarcenberk and Horusický Rybník. It was built between 1506 - 1520 under the design of the famous pond builder and administrator of the Rožmberks' domain Štěpánek Netolický.
The Zlatá Stoka is 48 km long, 2 - 4 m wide and 1 - 1.5 m deep. It branches off from the left bank of the Lužnice river about 12 km south-east of Třeboň and it runs to the north. It flows into the Bukovský Potok (Bukovsko Stream) ahead of Horusický Rybník (Horusice Pond) about 2 km south of Veselí nad Lužnicí.
The yellow marked path leads along the canal from Veselí nad Lužnicí to the small town Lomnice nad Lužnicí and to border of the Protected Landscape Area Třeboňsko.