Poland is one of the few countries in Europe, where a number of natural bird habitats and dozens of rare bird species have been preserved to the present day.
Sailing in the Great Lake District
The Masurian District is a genuine paradise for sailing enthusiasts – it is the biggest and the most interesting in terms of landscapes inland water region in the north–eastern Poland.
An increasing number of routes running through cellars, mines, dungeons or caves are made available for sightseeing. Modern underground museums are also created.
Kayaking through Poland
Kayaking enthusiasts in Poland can swim along picturesque, deserted routes on which wild vegetation and rare animals can still be observed.
On horseback through Poland
The longest horse route in Europe, covering 1800 km, runs through the centre of Poland.
Kitesurfers’ paradise on Hel
The Hel Peninsula is regarded as one of Europe’s best kitesurfing spots. Its local “surfers’ village” has a good name around the world.
Cycling through Silesia on the trail of… witches
It is worth setting off on a 100km bicycle route through a unique corner of Poland, where the beauty of nature is mixed with legends and a thrilling history.
Sightseeing in the air
Hot air balloon races in Poland have a long history. But it is not only contestants that fly over Poland. Also tourists may admire Polish landscapes from a balloon basket.