Saint Cross Mountains National Park was established in 1950 and it protects the area of the oldest Polish and world mountains. It is one of the most interesting areas in the world in terms of geological structure study so, it is a magnet for geologists from all over the world. The park area is 7626,45 ha and 95% of it are forests. One of the main attractions of the park is Łysogóry Range (Bold Mountains) with the highest peak Łysica 612 m above sea level; Łysa Góra which according to legends was a place of witches’ Sabbaths, now also a place where natural history museum of the national park is situated and finally, Benedictine monastery at St. Cross Peak. Tourists visiting this region also often visit castle ruins in Chęciny, Kielce city with famous natural amphitheater – Kadzielnia and Raj Cave.