Lake Ełckie

Lake Ełckie is the eighth deepest lake in Poland. The lake has a characteristic shape of a boomerang consisting of three parts. The north and middle are separated by an island across which the bridge runs. There is a Teutonic castle (or rather its ruins) on the island. The southern Read more…

Lake Lubiąż

Lubniewice in the Lubuskie Lake District lies on the shores of three lakes. The largest is Lubniewsko Lake, the medium Lubiąż Lake and the smallest is Lake Krajnik. Lake Lubiąż is the most developed tourist destination, but the permanent residents and guests enjoy the charms of all three. When driving Read more…

Ślesińskie Lake

Ślesińskie Lake is one of the most attractive water reservoirs in the Gniezno Lake District. It occupies a glacial gutter with a meridional course and an area of ​​152 hectares. The maximum length is 4.4 kilometers and the width does not exceed 600 meters. The deepest point from the bottom Read more…

Gniezno Lake District

The Gniezno Lake District is located in the eastern part of the Greater Poland Lakeland. Approximately, it is occupied by the triangle marked by Poznań, Inowrocław and Konin. The described area is characterized by a young glacial relief: glacial gutters, terminal moraine, bottom moraine, sander plain. There is a complex Read more…