Landscape plan is a designer instrument which offers harmonized spatial solutions on the basis of an integrated treatment of space. It enables the prevention of partial space interventions which are the consequence of establishing interests of sectoral planning. The proposal of a new Spatial Management Act (ZUreP-2) defines landscape plan as a mandatory expert groundwork for the production of a regional spatial plan and a municipal spatial plan. In its practical part, the master’s thesis tests the implementation of individual components of the landscape plan in a way, as defined by the above-mentioned act proposal. The selected test area encompasses broader water and riparian area of the river Drava in the hinterland of Ptuj, where conflicting interests with regards to the use of natural and artificial bodies of water emerge. The entire broader riparian area, which is recognized as a large potential for various activities due to the accumulation of the lake of Ptuj, stagnates developmentally. By means of a selected method which is based on four steps (analysis, evaluation, concept and landscape plan) using a gestalt treatment of space, a landscape plan, which deals with a delineated landscape area, created due to branching river dynamics of the river Drava, was produced. By means of defined environmental and developmental concept, plan of the arrangement of recreational and the other activities in the space, directives for broad riparian area management, and more thorough directives for narrow riparian belt of the lake at the small hydroelectric power plant Markovci, the proposed solution improves the possibilities for the development of the activities in space and the integral image of the area with regulated accessibility and transience to the existing and newly proposed points of the program. Based on the test case, it was proven, that landscape plan is an all-embracing spatial planning tool that deals with a wide range of spatial planning content, where methodology and potential integration with other spatial planning instruments can adapt to concrete planning task.