Do you know that the name of the Land of a Thousand Lakes, which is referred to as Masuria, is wrong? In fact, there are many more Masurian lakes - as many as 2,600! There are also 11 nature reserves and 8 landscape parks in Masuria. We quote these numbers for a specific purpose: to show that Masuria is a great place for a holiday break - not only for sailing fans.
Nature, although it delights with its uniqueness, is not the only reason why it is worth visiting Masuria. You can diversify the camping by the lake by visiting the Teutonic castles, bunkers from the Second World War (with the Wolf's Lair at the fore), museums or open-air museums, or sports activities, both on the water and on land.
We must add that in recent years glamping has also been very popular in these areas - Masuria is full of quiet nooks, perfect for creating such an exclusive camping.
Although the Baltic Sea often disappoints with its weather, it still attracts thousands of tourists every year. It tempts with clean air, fragrant sea breeze, wonderful, wide beaches and climatic towns. Caravanning enthusiasts also appreciate the Polish coast for a wide range of accommodation places - campings and campsites on the Baltic Sea are numerous and varied. Among them you can find an intimate campsite by the sea, as well as extensive holiday complexes, especially liked by families with children (for example, Holiday Golden Resort Łazy).
And in which area of the Polish coast is it best to spend your vacation? Every year Władysławowo (especially camping Alexa), Łeba, Mielno and the campsites in Chałupy are very popular. The entire Hel Peninsula is a great place for camping - Hel attracts with its unique atmosphere of holiday slack and a wide range of various activities.
Closeness to nature, stunning panoramas and escape from the everyday hustle and bustle - camping and campsite in the Tatras, Beskidy or Bieszczady Mountains is a great idea for a vacation, both for couples and groups of friends or families with children. The Polish mountains are covered with a dense network of routes of various difficulty levels, so everyone will find routes for themselves. And much more, because Małopolska or Upper and Lower Silesia are not only mountains - they are also lakes, rivers (camping Łęg at the foot of the Pieniny Mountains proves it perfectly!) And a fascinating centuries-old history.
Camping and campsite by the sea, Lower Silesia, Masuria, Kashubia, glamour camping hidden deep in the forest? If you are planning a camping holiday in Poland, you have a difficult choice - there are dozens of places worth discovering.