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National Parks

Słowiński National Park

Słowiński National Park is one of the two seaside national parks in Poland. It is said that this park is a land of wind, water and sand as these factors influence the most the landscape of the area. Słowiński National Park was created in 1976 to protect system of seaside lakes, bogs, meadows, woo...

Polesie National Park

Poleski National Park was created in 1990 in Lubelskie region to protect numerous bogs, marshlands, karst lakes and natural forests with their fauna and flora. Currently the park area is 9 763 hectares and it is mainly a boggy flatland. The symbol of the park is a crane. We find here mainly marsh...

Świętokrzyski National Park

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 76...

Ojców National Park

Ojcowski National Park was created in 1956 as then, the sixth national park in Poland. Currently, it has an area of 2145.62 hectares and its buffer zone has 6777 hectares. The main aim of the park was the protection of Prądnik Valley with caves, plant and animal life in this area. The land of the...

Gorce National Park

Gorczański National Park was created in 1981 to protect the beauty of landscape and wildlife in Gorce Mountains. The national park covers central part of Gorce range including Turbacz summit (1310 meters above sea level) and has the area of 7 030 hectares. The park includes all the highest Gorce ...

Pienieny National Park

Pieniny National Park was created in 1932 to protect fairly small group of mountains from Czorsztyn to Szczawnica towns and Dunajec gorge in this area. The park area is 2 346 hectares. The most famous peaks include Sokolica 747 m above sea level and Trzy Korony 982 m above sea level. In the park ...

Tatra National Park

Tatra National Park was created in 1955 to protect Polish Tatra mountain area which consists of the only mountain range in Poland with alpine character. The park area is 21 197 hectares, 70% of it is covered in forests, 30% consist of meadows, rocks and water. It is also the only place in the cou...

Magura National Park

Magurski National Park was created in 1995 to fulfill important ecological function of a bridge between protected areas of Eastern and Western Carpathians. The area of the park is 194.39 km2. 90% of the park are forests. The highest peak is Watkowa 846 meters above sea level. In the park there is...

Bieszczady National Park

Bieszczady National Park is the 3rd biggest national park in Poland and also the biggest one in the mountain area. In the park there is also the farthest south point of Poland – Opołonek Summit. The park was created in 1973 to protect Bieszczady highlands. There are two floral and climate zones: ...

Bory Tucholskie National Park

Bory Tucholskie National Park was created in 1996 to protect forest areas and after glacial sandur outwash plains. Still, only 1.9% of Tucholskie Forest areas are protected by national park. The national park area is 4 613 hectares of forests, lakes, meadows and bogs. We will find here 21 lakes. ...

Wolin National Park

Wolin National Park was created in 1960 as the first Polish seaside national park. It covers central-west part of the biggest Polish island - Wolin. The park area is 10 937 hectares. Forests (mainly pine and beech) amount 42.5 % of the park, water ecosystems another 42.8 %. The symbol of the park...

Drawa National Park

Drawieński National Park is situated in the north-western part of Poland and covers the area of Drawska Forest in Drawa river basin. 83% of the park are forests, mainly consisting of beech, oak and pine trees. 10% consists of lakes (as many as 20) and rivers. The biggest lake is Ostrowiec but the...

Ujście Warty National Park

Ujście Warty National Park was created in 2001. The park area is 8074 hectares. It is located in Toruń-Eberswalde glacial valley near western border of Poland. The Warta River flows through the middle of the park. The land constitutes of meadows, pastures and reeds mosaic. 270 species of birds ca...

Wielkopolski National Park

Wielkopolski National Park was created in 1957 to protect post glacial geological and natural environment. Currently, the park area is 7 584 hectares. It is situated only about 15 km from Poznań. The park can boast almost original ancient pine forests. There are also 32 tree nature monuments. Eve...

Karkonoski National Park

Karkonoski National Park was created in 1959. Currently, the area of the park is 5580 hectares and it covers the Main Range of Karkonosze (part of Sudetes). The park has also 2 enclaves Chojnik Mountain and Szklarka Waterfall. The alpine and subalpine levels of the range are under strict protecti...

Table Mountains National Park (Park Narodowy Gór Stołowych)

Table Mountains National Park (Park Narodowy Gór Stołowych) was created in 1993 to protect the middle part of Sudetes with the area of 63 km2. The highest points in the park include Szczeliniec Wielki (919 m n.p.m.) and Skalniak (915 m n.p.m.). Table mountains are famous for unique lie of the lan...

Babiogórski National Park

Babiogórski Nasional Park was created in 1954 and its area is 3391.55 hectares. The park is located at altitude between 810 meters above sea level and 1725 meters above sea level. The area covers northern and southern part of Babia Góra range. It is a vast sea of forests with an island of alpine ...

Wigry National Park

Wigry National Park is situated in Mazury lake district about 122 km from Białystok (about 2 h drive). Wigry National Park is one of the biggest national parks in Poland. It was established in 1989 and its area is 14 988 hectares. It mainly consists of coniferous forests with pines and firs and w...

Biebrza National Park

Biebrzański National Park was created in 1993 and is the biggest national Park in Poland and also one of the biggest ones in Europe. It was established to protect vast marshlands and currently has 59.223 hectares. Biebrza bogs has come into existence thanks to meandering Biebrza river. We will fi...

Narew National Park

Narew National Park was created in 1996 to protect overflow areas, marshlands and land areas in Narew river basin, at about 50 km river length. The park is located in Podlasie region to the west of Białystok city. The park area is 6 810.23 hectares. The animal symbol of the park is western marsh ...

Białowieża National Park

Białowieża National Park is the only area in Poland that was enlisted at natural UNESCO list. It is the oldest National Park in Poland which was created in 1932. The area of the park is 10 517.27 hectare. The park protects the last primeval virgin forest in European Lowland region. In the park th...

Kampinoski National Park

Kampinoski National Park was created in 1957 to protect Kampinoski ancient forest located just by the north-west borders of Polish capital city. The park area is 38 544 hectares, 72 hectares of it are European bison breeding centre. Kampinoski National Park belongs to the prestigious UNESCO biosp...

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