Our guests have the following at their disposal:

  • a swimming area with a wooden platform by Lake Jeglówek – you can both swim and fish in this clean lake,
  • rowboats, kayaks,
  • a banya (a regional steam bath),
  • deckchairs,
  • equipment for outdoor games and fun,
  • area for mini football matches,
  • a shelter for having barbecues and bonfires,
  • a children’s playground,
  • board games, toys, and books.

In the near vicinity (no more than about half an hour by car) there are the following attractions:

  • the boulder field in Bachanowo;
  • Wodziłki – a village of the Old Believers with a historic church;
  • Smolniki – a village with viewing points and walking routes that allow to explore the beautiful areas in the heart of the Suwałki Landscape Park;
  • Lake Hańcza (the deepest lake in Poland);
  • the Szeszupa River, for adventurous kayaking among the limbs of trees, and other natural obstacles;
  • the Yotvingians Hall of Memory in Szurpiły;
  • Suwałki – a friendly, atmospheric city on the border of cultures. The famous Suwałki Blues Festival is organized there every year in the first half of July.
  • the sports and recreation centre by Lake Szelment,
  • the ropes course on the other side of Lake Jeglówek,
  • a big playground in Rutka-Tartak,
  • a recreational ground with a slide into Lake Pobondzie,
  • the “Owl” Fairy Tale Garden in Kaletnik.

We also recommend:

  • hiking and cycling trips around the Suwałki Region,
  • mushroom- and berry-picking trips,
  • kayaking down the Czarna Hańcza, Rospuda, and Szeszupa Rivers,
  • the “Suchary” educational trail,
  • diving in Lake Hańcza, by which there are several diving bases,
  • visiting the post-Camaldolian monastery in Wigry, on the grounds of which, in August, a harvest festival is held where you can listen to various types of music, watch regional dance shows, and buy typical local products at the market;
  • visiting the baroque basilica in Sejny, the charming manor house of Czesław Miłosz in Krasnogruda that reveals the local culture and atmosphere, the Yotvingian cemetery, the viaducts in Stańczyki, and the ‘hanging valleys’;
  • taking the narrow-gauge railway from Płociczno, which runs along Lake Wigry,
  • day trips to Vilnius and Trakai.