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Henryk Sułuja, President of the Union of Bieszczady Local Authorities and Mayor of Ustrzyki Dolne, talks to Welcome.
– Why did the local authorities of the Bieszczady region decide to unite in the way they have?
– The areas which...
Cordial Welcome from the District of Baligród The district of Baligród enjoys a beautiful location in the Eastern Carpathians, a transborder mountain region which is part of the UNESCO Network of Biosphere Reserves. Much of the surrounding countryside lies within the Ciśniańsko-Wetliński Natural Landscape Park. The district also lies...
The District of Bircza The district of Bircza extends over the area of 254 square km. Over 60% of the mountainous terrain is covered by beautiful mainly fir-beech forests. The average altitude ranges from 400 to 500 m. above sea level. Bircza, the first mention of which dates to 1418, is the focal point of the district....
The District of Czarna Geographical and natural riches
The snow-covered Żukow and Ostry mountain ranges dominate the landscape. The district has access to a big part of Zalew Soliński (Soliński Reservoir) with its charming bays and mouths of mountain streams. In big stretches of the forest there...
The District of Cisna In the heart of the magnificent Bieszczady Mountains, with crystal-clean air, primeval forests, friendly people and numerous tourist attractions. Here there are walks across beautiful pastures, with plenty of time to delight in the beauty of the landscape. Visitors always find something of...
The District of Komańcza Counts on Tourism and Sports The district of Komańcza is situated in the southern part of the Podkarpackie Region, in the drainage basin of the Osława river, which constitutes a meeting point of the Lower Beskid (Beskid Niski) and the Bieszczady Mountains. In the south it borders with the Republic of Slovakia, which can be...
Lesko - Gate to the Bieszczady Situated in the south-eastern part of the Podkarpackie Region, the town of Lesko enraptures with its rich history and many old buildings which tangibly prove the multi-cultural character of the region. Picturesque surroundings, splendid natural landscapes and relics of the past contribute to the...
The District of Lutowiska The district of Lutowiska is situated in a distant area of the south-east of Poland. It has a population density of only five people to each of its 476 square kilometres and 94% of its area is covered by primeval Carpathian Forest. It was the attractiveness of the district’s nature and...
Welcome to the District of Olszanica The district of Olszanica is situated in south-east Poland on the border of the Bieszczady Mountains and the Przemyskie Plateau (Pogórze Przemyskie), in an area well known for its extraordinary natural assets: the Słonne Mountains Landscape Park and the East Beskidy Area of Protected Landscape. The...
District of Solina Welcome to the Bieszczady. A break in the district of Solina means:
- the biggest accommodation base in the region of Podkapacie (8,000 places),
- the largest artificial water reservoir in Poland (capacity: 500,000,000 m3),
- over 20 marinas, with boats available for...

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