Local Attractions

Lower Silesia is one of the most attractive regions of Poland. This region boasts the highest concentration of palaces and castles of any similar-sized region in Europe, most of which have largely been undiscovered by mass tourism.  (Within 3 km of the house incidentally, are 2 palaces and 1 castle.)


The mountains draw in those seeking an escape from the tumult of the city, as well as peace and quiet, in a land of high ridges and plains. Active leisure in a region of abandoned castles, dark mysteries, deep forests, and picturesque mountain ranges  is an extraordinary attraction in any season of the year. Numerous foot and bicycle trails lead through the most attractive areas of Lower Silesia. A kayaking trip along the wide and languorous rivers through the region is sure to provide an unforgettable experience. For those who prefer the challenges of extreme sport, numerous climbing trails await. And in winter there are superbly prepared ski runs. Lovers of horseback riding will find open space, forest trails, picturesque valleys and rolling hillsides. Many visitors are attracted by the Karkonosze Mountains, one of the most valued recreational and leisure areas in Poland.


jelenia gor and wlen


Jelenia Gora has a number of architectural buildings and other elements from various periods, some of which can be found in the intricately renovated Old Town. What is more, the town boasts a rich cultural life, with the most famous event being the International Festival of Street Theatre in the summer. An added attraction is Cieplice Zdroj, the oldest Polish spa, which is located within the town’s boundaries.


bird watching walking climbing mountains jelenia gora


The setting is a walkers’ and bird watchers' paradise with countless walks both in the neighborhood and further away (Karkonosze mountains routes).