Nałęczów is a spa town situated on the Nałęczów Plateau in Poland's Lublin Province. The greatest advantage of Nałęczów is its microclimate. Its healing properties automatically lower blood pressure and reduce the symptoms of heart diseases. High air ionization is caused by factors such as loess soils, the flowing Bystra and Bochotniczanka rivers, a varied network of ravines and a rich flora - about 72 species of trees and bushes. An important point in Nałęczów are the springs of mineral waters with a predominance of calcium and iron bicarbonate. Due to the natural conditions and the topography, the only dedicated heart disease treatment center in Poland was established here. The health resort in Nałęczów was established in 1878. There is a hospital, six sanatoriums and several non-public institutions and clinics. The showpiece of Nałęczów is the Spa Park, founded by Stanisław Małachowski, with a 190-year-old tree stand, a palm house and a healing water pump room. The Museum of Bolesław Prus and the cottage of Stefan Żeromski are also worth visiting.