Campings in Lubusz Voivodeship

The Lubusz Voivodeship is located in western Poland and borders the following voivodeships: West Pomeranian to the north, Greater Poland to the east, Lower Silesian to the south, and Germany to the west. It is the most forested region of Poland and the second least populated in the country. There are two very important national parks in its area: Drawa and Warta Mouth, which attract lovers of nature and active recreation. Within both parks there are many tourist routes, including bicycle routes, and educational paths. If you value family holidays surrounded by beautiful nature, choose camping in Lubusz Voivodeship! 

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Lubusz Voivodeship attractions

Forests, lakes and rivers are symbols of the Lubusz Voivodeship. Hiking and biking, swimming in lakes and canoeing are some of the basic activities undertaken by tourists. But people who prefer to spend time in the city will also find something interesting for themselves. Zielona Góra abounds in historic buildings, churches and museums, there is also a palm house, mini-zoo, rope parks, cinemas and even a VR salon. In Żagań it is worth visiting the Ducal Palace, and in Gorzów Wielkopolski the historic granary and the oldest in the voivodship Museum Jan Dekert.

The Polish capital of honey and wine

The Lubusz Voivodeship will especially appeal to wine lovers! The Lubusz Wine and Honey Trail is a real treat for those who would like to learn more about the production methods of these specialties. On the trail there are, among others, vineyards, agritourism farms and museums, including the Wine Museum in Zielona Góra, the Beekeeping Open-Air Museum in Pszczew, as well as catering facilities and wine shops. Book a campsite in Lubusz and get to know all the unique attractions of this fascinating region! 

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