All visitors to Beskid Sądecki can find something for themselves,
their favourite attraction, and during their stay enjoy at all times
the superb mountain air, charming landscape, and the hospitality
and warm attitude of local people.
The gorge of the Poprad river divides Beskid Sądecki
into two parts: the Radziejowa range (1262 m) and the Jaworzyna range
(1114 m). Both ranges are about 50 km long. The Poprad Valley
is particularly scenic, with its meandering river on the section
from Piwniczna to Muszyna.
land, untouched by industry, has unique nature and landscape
features, and is full of special and diverse natural resources.
This diversified, typical mountain landscape of Beskid
Sądecki, with dales, rivers and valleys, is one of the
most beautiful regions in Poland.
The network of tourist trails is also impressive. Tourists eager to have
mountain trips can travel throughout the entire Beskid Sądecki, following
hiking, bike or horse trails. The number of ski centres on the mountain
sides, with chair lifts, ski lifts and marked, well-maintained ski runs,
create a true heaven for lovers of snow sports.