You simply cannot be bored with us. Unless it is so when you're relaxing, sitting on the terrace, staring at the stars and sipping a glass of wine. There is a lot going on here, more and more new guests are coming, various workshops, yoga courses and dance shows are organized. Until now, we regularly had workshops and days of renewal for women in the Boho Green School series.
We are horse riders and we have a horse farm with a riding school, so we invite you for lessons and rides.
In addition, you can drive to nearby towns.
-Lanckorona is a 12th-century village that is tiny but beautiful and there are many attractions here. On the hill they have the ruins of Kazimierzowski Castle, in the narrow streets, you can meet various artists, it is worth to sit on the market square in one of the cosy cafes. In the summer they have a lot of events here: St. John's Fair, festivals, vehicle rallies, and outdoor cinemas.
- Pilgrimages come to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska and more because there is the Passion and Mary Sanctuary. This is the only cavalry in the world that has been inscribed on the UNESCO list.
- Karol Wojtyła lived in Wadowice, which you can see and then go try the famous cream cakes.
- In Sucha Beskidzka you will see a Renaissance mansion, which they call Little Wawel.
-Energylandia is the largest amusement park in Poland with rollercoasters and other attractions for big and small.
- And of course, you can jump over to Krakow, who did not come from it. As you know, there's the market square with Cloth Hall, delicious bagels and toasted sandwiches, and on the boulevards, you can take a walk and see Wawel.
For the more active guests we also have several suggestions:
- the Świnna Poręba reservoir, where you can jump into the water
- Góra Chełm for fans of two wheels
-Babia Góra - the highest peak of the Żywiec Beskids - Babiogórski National Park
- in the immediate vicinity you can also ride bikes that you borrow from us