The Okres Senica is an administrative region in the north- west of Slovakia with 60 843 inhabitants ( 2004) and an area of 684 km ².
The district lies to the north of the Little Carpathians in Chvojnicer hills ( Chvojnická pahorkatina ) and encloses with its unusual shape the military training area Zahorie. To the north it borders on the district Skalica, on the east by the district Myjava kraj in Trenčín, separated on the southeast by the District Trnava Region in the southwest of the district Malacky in Bratislavskı and in the west by the March of the Czech Republic (more precisely to the Okres Hodonín ) and in Austria (district Gaenserndorf ).
Historical seen is the area for the most part in the former county Neutra, a smaller part belonged to former county Pressburg ( see also List of historic counties of Hungary ).
- Senica ( Senitz )
- Šaštín - Stráže
- Bílkove Humence
- Borský Mikuláš ( Bursanktnikolaus )
- Bory Jur ( Bursanktgeorgen )
- Dojč (Deutz )
- Hradište pod Vrátnom ( Hradisch )
- Jablonica ( Jablonitz )
- Kovalov ( Kowallow )
- Kuklov ( Kugelhof )
- Kúty ( Kutti )
- Lakšárska Nová Ves ( Laxarneudorf )
- Moravian Svätý Ján ( Sankt Johann on the March )
- Plavecký Peter ( Saint Peter's bladder stone )
- Podbranč ( Podbrantsch )
- Prievaly ( Schandorf )
- Rovensko ( Rabenskahof )
- Sekule ( shekels )
- Sobotište ( Sobotischt )
- Šajdíkove Humence
The district office is in Senica.
In the article and historic monuments in Okres Senica can be found on the Slovak protected by the Heritage Office objects in Okres.