Poland’s Gardens of Nature include the amber beaches of the Baltic Sea, lakes and rivers, mountains and forests. Here, you can find rest, relaxation, adventure and many tourist attractions.
Along the Amber Coast
Miedzyzdroje, Kolobrzeg and Sopot are health resorts of international standing. They are widely known for their attractive beaches and entertainment. Start the day with a swim in the sea. Choose from many afternoon attractions, such as golf, horse riding, etc.. In the evening, enjoy entertainment by the best performers and DJs.
Many amber–diggers try their luck along the beaches of the Gulf of Gdansk. Baltic gold was known and valued by the ancient Romans. Amber is considered to be a source of positive energy, it is often worn for health reasons.
Masuria – the Land of a Thousand Lakes
There are too many attractions in Masuria to be able to enjoy all of them during just one holiday. There are thousands of lakes and water routes, many yacht marinas, equestrian clubs, plenty of friendly fishing villages and a lot of taverns for sailors. These lakes of varied shapes and sizes, but mostly with crystal clear water, ideal for swimming.
Man’s Brief Passage
The Bialowieza Forest transcends the boundaries of Poland… and time. The vegetation and wildlife in the forest have remained virtually unchanged for thousands of years. There are stretches of untouched, dense woodlands, unchartered marshes, and pristine forest meadows.
The Bialowieza Forest is also the natural habitat of the bison. This ‘King of the forest’ has the size and weight to match its name. There are several modes of transportations available, - biking, horse-drawn buggies or a trip on a narrow-gauge railway train, a special attraction for children. There are numerous camping grounds also, that can accommodate hikers who wish to put up their tents, build a bonfire and grill a piece of Polish sausage.