In Zacisz 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, fruits straight from the bush and small and large expeditions. It is worth taking bikes and trekking shoes to the Peach - the area delights and nature attracts not only geologists and fruit farmers.
It is a dream place for horse and cyclist enthusiasts. A few steps from Zacisz you will find 2 friendly studs and a lot of bicycle and walking paths with postcard views of the Beskydy and Tatra Mountains.
For amateurs of strong experiences, we recommend rock climbing to choose a color. I have tested many of the 120 routes located in the Brzoskwinki Valley. As if that was not enough to the neighboring valleys (Będkowska, Kobylańska or Bolechowicka), there is a stone's throw and a few minutes by car from us.
Pack creams with a filter and swimsuits. Beaching near Krakow is possible over the beautiful Kryspin lagoon.
When you miss the Wawel dragon, bagels, Bracka and plants, jump to Krakow. Taste bohemes in a café in the Bunkier Sztuki, contemplate contemporary art in MOCAK and have a look at the Lady with the Weasel. Take a walk around the Kazimierz round bake pie and go to the movie Pod Baranami. Then take a deep breath from the smith in Zacisz and lie on the grass under the canopy of the milky way.
Brilliant attractions, medieval secrets and rocky landscapes are at your fingertips. In the area we recommend:
- fun for small and big on a bicycle ditch in Regulice. The historic railway line No. 103 Trzebinia - Wadowice, functioning here since 1899. Now threre`s been one major renewal in the form of a cycling track. A little sport instead of a cake, and along the way, you must hook up with the best vineyard in Poland in Małopolska!
- An excursion to 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 Castle Hill, there is a magnificent ruin, one of the largest on the Jura, which from the Middle Ages to the 17th century was the family nest of Tęczyński. Interestingly, this once-magnificent castle, called the Little Wawel Castle, stands on a volcanic cone.
- Visit the Benedictine Abbey in Tyniec. On the steep stairs, you will enter the oldest monastery in Poland that continues the Benedictine tradition. Try the monastery cuisine and traditional dumplings made of spelled flour on the spot.
Treasure hunters go to the Lipowiec Castle in Babice, the Radziwiłł palace in Balice, a wooden church in Modlnica and the Vistula open-air museum in Wygiełzów.