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Beskidy Mountains

Beskidy Mountains

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The landscapes of the Beskids will enchant any enthusiast of mountain hikes and active leisure. Beautiful forests, extensive meadows and deep valleys are responsible for the character of the mountains that occupy almost the entire southern part of the Małopolska Province. Each range is a little different and offers visitors something interesting. A dense network of hiking and cycling routes, and even horse riding routes in some parts of the mountains, makes exploring the area a much easier task.

Recommended attractions:
Babia Góra, the tallest massif of the Beskids, protected as part of the Babia Góra National Park.
Rabka-Zdrój, a health resort known as the town of the children, from which you can start exploring the Gorce mountain range.
Krynica-Zdrój, the pearl of Polish health resorts with beautiful wooden villas; a good starting point for mountain trips or walks around the picturesque surroundings strewn with wooden Orthodox churches located on the Wooden Architecture Route.
Sękowa, a village famous for its UNESCO-listed wooden church.
Lesser Beskid, wild and sparsely populated mountains, known as the gentle land on account of their idyllic landscape, where you will find some unforgettable Lemko Orthodox churches located in villages lost among fields and forests.
Military cemeteries from World War I, which remind about the history of this land and constitute real works of art, often designed by excellent engineers and architects.



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