Kłodawa mine (Polish: Kopalnia Soli Kłodawa) is utterly different from Wieliczka and Bochnia more well known mines. First of all, it is situated at a completely different salt deposit in central Poland. It came to existence about 200 mln years ago. Kłodawa mine is first of all still an operating company. It produces salt for the food industry, agriculture, chemical industry and road maintenance during the winter season. The Kłodawa salt is very original because of its colour (the only such salt in Europe) pinkish-white or orangish-white. The salt of this colour reacts ideally with various colourful lamps giving fascinating effects in the tourist chambers. Moreover, this is the deepest salt mine available for Polish tourists as it involves getting 600 meters underground. Thanks to that, even if you visit the mine in the middle of winter the temperature there is above 20 Celsius degrees. During the visit in the mine you can see some real mining activities (especially at the entrance) and you can also visit many interesting salt chambers which all have beneficial influence for our health. Kids will definitely enjoy the ghost chamber. As an additional attraction we can add the fact that the mine is visited only in real mine safety helmets, which gives amazing opportunity for taking funny photos and jokes. Visit in the mine usually takes about 2.5 h.