The Suwalski Lake District is a colourful and exotic place, healing whose extraordinary landscapes are breathtaking. We recommend exploring the nearby paths.
The neighbouring area is the perfect place for touring by bike and walking. You will find many signposted cycle paths and nature trails in the vicinity.
You can set off on a photographic tour or an extraordinary adventure to the mysterious Romincka Forest. The monastery complex in Wigry and Sejny, border villages and towns, boulder range and Ja?wingów prehistoric graveyard are particularly worthy of a visit. If you are staying for longer, we recommend a day-trip to Vilnius.
Mushrooms and toadstools abound in the nearby woods. We recommend bathing and fishing in the lake, as well as boating. For those who enjoy more extreme activities, we suggest diving in the Ha?cza, the deepest lake in Poland, and bungee-jumping from the famous viaducts in Sta?czyki. We also organise white-water kayaking down the Czarna Ha?cza, Rospuda and Krutynia rivers. A wagon ride around the area provides excellent recreation for adults and children.
In winter the cycle paths are transformed into cross-country skiing routes and the frozen lake becomes a superb skating rink. We can offer sleigh-rides followed by a bonfire, and a ski slope with an artificially prepared snow-covered piste in Pi?kna Góra. If you have a hunting instinct, you can set off on a adventure on a sleigh pulled by dogs into the depths of winter. On the Ha?cza, the season for scuba diving under ice begins at this time of year. Winter also provides a unique atmosphere for Christmas and a champagne-filled New Year’s Eve.
After an eventful day, you can invite your friends for a game at the pool table or a table-tennis match. You can maintain your physical condition in the fitness room and relax in the „bania” – a traditional, local steam room, or in the dry Finnish sauna. We also invite you to use the services of our masseuses.
In the evening, our barman will serve you your favourite drink, which you can savour in comfort before a blazing fireplace.