Beskid Mountains

Holiday in the Beskid Mountains


Beskydy - it is a wild and romantic region at the same time and our cottages in the Beskid Mountains invite to active and relaxing holidays. It is the least populated area in Europe with large alpine meadows. The Beskids are part of the Carpathians, which have not yet been discovered by mass tourism and still offers almost untouched nature. Book your holiday home now - Beskid Mountains, whether it is the Beskid Mountains Tsjechia-Poland-Slovenia. The Beskydy mountains cover a length of about 600 kilometers and a width of up to 60 kilometers. They extend from Moravia in the Czech Republic through the Upper Tatras to the Ukraine. The largest part of this mountain range is in Poland. You spend your holidays here in a holiday home amidst idyllic valleys, picturesque statues and old wooden churches. Absolute peace, beautiful landscapes and clean, clear air are the best conditions for a nice and relaxing holiday in a cottage in the Czech Republic. The southeastern part of the Beskydy is a protected national park. It is ideal for hiking and cycling. In total there are three national parks in Beskydy: one near the town of Babia Gora (Diablak), the other in Pienna and Slovakia (abbreviated to PIENAP) and the third in the Polish-Slovak-Hungarian border area. The Beskydy Mountains on the border with Slovakia are easy to explore from Nowy Sacz. This medieval city has Krakow's second largest square in the region. The Beskydy have earned a reputation as a winter sports resort. Above all: Zakopane. Alpinists, cross-country skiers and ski jumpers meet here, and numerous international competitions are held every year. Book now a holiday home for your ski holidays in Poland and enjoy in your winter holidays in the Czech Republic, the extensive slopes of the ski area. It does not matter which season you

Discover the pure untouched nature in the Czech Beskids. In the high altitudes you will find a new way of life. Your holidays in the Czech Republic will always be remembered. The Beskids belong to the Carpathians. The highest mountain is the Babia mountain with a height of 1,725 ​​meters above sea level. The most famous parts are Bieszczady, Gorce, Babia and Pieniny. Nearby you can enjoy your holiday in a holiday home in Poland. The eastern part of Beskydy is covered with meadows. Despite the meadows, the Beskydy Mountains are very populated. Samoty and mountain huts have their names after their founders. These are touristy places with numerous marked trails. You have to see the unique nature in Bieszczady on the Polish-Slovak-Ukrainian border.

Beskidengebirge Tsjechien-Polen-Slowenien

To discover in the Beskid Mountains

Part of the Carpathians and the Beskids are Gorce. Excursions to the high hills offer breathtaking views of the Tatras. The protected area is the Gorčan National Park, which can be explored on foot or on a mountain bike. Holiday homes in Poland offer you comfort and privacy. There is a Gothic church in the village of Debno the Michael Archangel Church, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The wilderness of the rocky cliffs in Pieniny can be seen on the Polish-Slovak border, surrounded by the Dunajec River. The Pienin National Park preserves the landscape, so nature retains its habits and is also a popular resort. Right behind the Slovak border lies the Sadecké Beskydy, which is not yet populated by mass tourism. Szczawnica, the city is famous for its spa buildings and interesting wooden signs. Spa parks with springs of mineral water provide relaxation. The island of Beskids lies in the north and suffers from frequent fog. Above him you can see other impressive hills that look like seas in the sea. The highest mountain is Mogielica.