Campings in Opole Voivodeship

Opole Voivodeship, although the smallest region in Poland, has a lot to offer. Located in the southwestern part of the country, it is full of picturesque landscapes that can be admired from one of the many hiking trails. For example, in Prudnik, one of the most important trails in the Polish mountains begins – Mieczysław Orłowicz Main Sudetes Trail stretching through the entire Sudetes. Check what other attractions the campsites in Opole are famous for! 

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Opole attractions

In addition to the beautiful nature, which can be observed in numerous reserves and landscape parks: Stobrawski, Załęczański, Góra Świętej Anny, Opawskie Mountains, you can admire numerous castles and palaces in the Opole Voivodeship. The most famous and valued are in Namysłów, Kędzierzyn-Koźle, Otmuchów, Głogówek, Niemodlin and Moszna. There are also the oldest castle towers in Poland – Piastowska in Opole and Woka in Prudnik. Góra Świętej Anny is of great importance for Polish history, where fierce battles took place during the Third Silesian Uprising, as well as the sanctuary of St. Joseph in Prudnik, where Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński was imprisoned. The youngest will have a great time in the Science and Entertainment Park in Krasiejów, in the Knight's Town in Byczyna, in the Opole zoo or in the Robot Factory in Moszna.

Opolski Bifyj

The Opole region is also famous for its excellent cuisine, which shows the multiculturalism of the region. The "Opolski Bifyj" culinary trail has been created in the voivodeship, on the map of which there are catering facilities promoting the traditional cuisine of Opole Silesia. Among the many regional dishes there are, for example, beef roulade, harynki (herring) and szpajza (egg dessert). 

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