… And now Kashubia



Those who travel through the Kashubian land are struck by the extraordinary richness of landscapes.
If you believe the old legend, it came from the fact that God started creating Kashubia at the very end.
And because he had a lot of "building material" left from various lands that he had completed earlier, he threw it all on the Kashubian soil - and it has remained so to this day.


Contrary to the northern Kashubian coast, the Kashubian Lake District is a land of forests, lakes and picturesque moraine hills.
The largest lakes: Wdzydze, called the Kashubian Sea, and Lake Charzykowskie located in the south, experience a veritable siege of holidaymakers in the summer.
Particularly noteworthy is the series of fourteen ribbon lakes, connected by the Radunia River (water sportsmen say that there is no more wonderful canoeing route in Poland). This is called Kółko Raduńskie is located in the heart of Kashubian Switzerland - the most beautiful part of the Lake District, where relative heights reach up to 170m, rivers flow rapidly, sheep and cows graze on steep meadows, and roads wind in serpentines, like in the mountains. The capital of this picturesque land was founded in the 14th century by the French monks of Kartuzy.
To the south-east of the city there are the Szymbarskie Hills, with a height of 329 m. above sea level, Wieżyca. As befits the highest peak of the European Plain, the hill has a huge observation tower from which you can admire the panorama of the area. In winter, skiers ski on the slopes of Wieżyca

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