The term "glamping" was created by combining two words: "glamor" and "camping". Means camping in a luxurious place: close to nature (by the sea, lake, in the mountains, in the middle of the forest), in comfortable conditions and with "hotel" amenities. This form of tourism is eagerly used by families with children, as well as couples and groups of friends.
Glamping in Poland is developing very dynamically. "Glamor campsites" appear at the seaside, in Kashubia, Masuria, the Tatra Mountains and the Bieszczady Mountains. They take various forms - accommodation can be booked, for example, in a yurt, a spherical tent, a Lappish village or a wooden house located on the water. Glampings are created in quiet places, away from other resorts, which is why they will certainly appeal to people who are looking primarily for peace and closeness to nature on vacation.
Glamping by the sea or a lake or glamping in the mountains are also places offering a lot of various attractions: saunas, SPA treatments, horse riding, or the possibility of renting sports and water equipment.
Although glamping has recently been discussed as a trend in tourism, it is not a new phenomenon. After all, even monarchs stayed in tents, whose furnishings resembled palace chambers. Glamping is also dynamically developing in other European countries: Spain, France, Croatia, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Austria and Italy. In every corner of our continent you can find extraordinary, luxurious camping - comfortable, tastefully furnished, but also respectful of nature."