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In Zacisze, there is a place for boredom, relaxation, reading books, long walks, naps in a hammock and running barefoot. There is space for long breakfasts, evenings by the fireplace, fruit straight from the bush and small and large trips. It is worth taking bicycles and trekking shoes to Peach - the area is amazing and nature attracts not only geologists and fruit farmers.
It is a perfect place for horse lovers and cyclists. A few steps from the village you will find 2 friendly horse studs and plenty of bicycle and walking paths with postcard views of the Beskids and the Tatra Mountains.
For thrill-seekers, we recommend rock climbing of your choice to suit your color. I have tested many of the 120 routes in the Brzoskwinka Valley myself. As if that was not enough, the neighboring valleys (Będkowska, Kobylańska or Bolechowicka) are a stone's throw away and a few minutes by car from us.
Pack sunscreen and swimwear. It is possible to sunbathe near Krakow by the beautiful Kryspinów reservoir.
When you miss the Wawel dragon, obwarzanek, Bracka and plantami, go to Krakow. Taste bohemia in the cafe in Bunkier Sztuki, contemplate contemporary art at MOCAK and take a look at the Lady with Łasiczka. Take a walk to a round casserole in Kazimierz and watch a movie at the Pod Baranami cinema. Later, take a break from the smog in Zacisze and lie on the grass under the canopy of the Milky Way.
Brilliant attractions, medieval secrets and rocky landscapes are at your fingertips. We recommend in the area:
- fun for young and old on a bicycle trolley in Regulice. The historic railway line No. 103 Trzebinia - Wadowice, operating here since 1899. Now it is experiencing its renaissance in the form of a trolley bicycle path. A bit of sport instead of a cake, and on the way, be sure to visit the best Czak Vineyard in Małopolska!
- A trip following the medieval traces of the inhabitants of Tenczyn Castle Tales of ghosts, princesses and knights and distinguished guests of the Renaissance residence. Above the village of Rudno, on Góra Zamkowa, there are magnificent ruins, one of the largest in the Jura, which from the Middle Ages to the 17th century was the Tęczyński family's nest. Interestingly, this once magnificent castle, called Little Wawel, stands on a volcanic cone.
- Visit the Benedictine Abbey in Tyniec. Steep stairs will lead you to the oldest existing monastery in Poland, continuing the Benedictine tradition. On site, try the monastery kitchen and traditional spelled dumplings.
We direct treasure hunters to the Lipowiec Castle in Babice, the Radziwiłł palace in Balice, the wooden church in Modlnica and the Vistula open-air museum in Wygiełzów.