Sobibór Landscape Park

Sobibór Landscape Park was established to protect forests with peat bogs and mid-forest lakes located in the eastern part of the Łęczyńsko-Włodawskie Lakeland. The most valuable fragments are protected in the form of six nature reserves. The topography of the Łęczyńsko-Włodawskie Lake District is exceptionally flat. The Central Polish glaciation Read more…

Sumin Lake

Sumin Lake is located in the Łęczyńsko-Włodawskie Lake District in the Urszulin commune. To get there, take the national road No. 82 in Urszulin or Świerszczów-Kolonia and head for the village of Sumin. A beautiful road with a new surface leads from Garbatówka to Urszulin. The lake has an area Read more…

Rogóźno Lake

Lake Rogóźno is located in the Łęczyńsko-Włodawskie Lakeland in the Ludwin commune. It is on the provincial road No. 820 on the Łęczna – Sosnowica route. The lake is drainless and has the shape of a funnel with steep shores. The maximum depth is 24 meters and the area is Read more…

Wytyckie Lake

Lake Wytyckie is located on the edge of the Poleski National Park in the village of Wytyczno, next to the national road No. 82. It is the largest lake in the Łęczyńsko-Włodawskie Lake District and the second in the Lublin region (the Nielisz Lagoon is the largest). It has an Read more…

Lake Rotcze – Grabniak

Lake Rotcze is located in the Łęczyńsko-Włodawskie Lake District, in the Włodawski District, the commune of Urszulin in the village of Grabniak. The lake is mistakenly named as the village in which it is located – Grabniak. The lake is located near national road No. 82. You can get there Read more…

Lake Łukcze

Lake Łukcze is located in the Łęczyńsko-Włodawskie Lake District, in the Łęczyński poviat, the Ludwin commune in the village of Rogóźno. The village lies almost on the provincial road No. 820 (Łęczna-Sosnowica). Signs lead to Ostrów Lubelski, but also straight to the Łukcze lake or a bit further to the Read more…