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Good morning, we're talking early in the morning. We drink the first coffee on a meadow or terrace. Wearing pajamas, we go to the henhouse, read in the biographies of the artists, let the goats graze and go to prepare breakfast. We meet you there. Sleepyheads or early risers. There was noise at the table, talking about routes and paths for walkers, exchanging experiences, suggesting where to go horse riding and where to go to the beach.
The Low Beskids is a pleasant end of the world where life is moving away from civilization. Beautiful photographic landscapes, wild animals, secluded mountain ranges, gentle hills, natural beech forests and unregulated streams make this place magical and therapeutic.
- The nearest ski lift is Smerekowiec 12 km and Tylicz 25 km.
- The nearest forest starts right behind the fence.
- Swimming pool, horse riding, spa park, ice rink and more
- The nearest Klimkowskie Lake is 12 km away from us, and there is an unguarded swimming pool, water equipment rental, and fishing.
Beskid trails are obstacle courses. It's not that simple and boring at all. Sometimes you have to cross a river barefoot in icy water, walk on a bough or jump over stones. Tourist routes lead through wild but not too steep peaks of the Beskids. Horse and bicycle routes run through the valleys along the streams and mountain streams.
Wandering through the valleys you can admire numerous wooden churches, hundreds of roadside crosses and chapels, and wooden bays. These are the remains of the once displaced Lemkos. Wild orchards and stone foundations of Lemko houses are often the only witnesses to history.
The Low Beskids is a land of wild animals. Dormice, deer, lynxes and even wolves and bears live in the beech forests. A black stork, lesser spotted eagle or an eagle owl are stationed here. Bats live in churches in Beskid. On the trail you can often see a spotted salamander, a toad or a newt.
A large part of the Beskid forests was incorporated into the Magura National Park, which has its seat in Krempna. The biggest attraction and curiosity of the park is the Kornuty reserve, which consists of numerous scattered rocks, up to 10 meters high. Additionally, there are caves in the reserve, including the longest 200-meter Mroczna Cave.
For those who prefer to rest in a stationary version next to the house, we have built a small barn that serves as a living room and dining room, as well as a summer cafe. There is also a mega atmosphere with a fireplace and grill, where in the evenings we integrate, talk about life, talk and taste "la dolce vita".
Regardless of the season, go to Bobrowisko. This magical place near Stary Sącz was created in the fork of two rivers - Dunajec and Poprad, which flow into it. In addition to the interesting modernist design, you will be delighted with the silence disturbed only by the screech of seagulls. Around the wild vegetation, waterfowl and beaver lodges. Insightful eyes will notice here and there chewed tree trunks.