Bieszczady National Park is the third largest national park in Poland. It is located in the far south-east, in Podkarpackie Voivodeship, at the borders with the Slovakia and Ukraine.
Bieszczady National Park was established in 1973 with an area of 59,55 sq. km. It protected then only a few patches of the most valuable areas - fragments of mountain meadows and surrounding forest.
There are good conditions for the tourism, especially for hiking, horseriding, cross country skiing, cycling and natural photography.
Wolin National Park Wolin National Park is located at the mouth of the Odra river, in the north-west Poland, in Zachodniopomorskie Voivodeship, close to the Polish-German border.
Park area is 10,937 ha and includes 4,458 ha of forests. Area of 224 ha is strictly protected. It is 6 forests zones.
The continental part of the Park is very diverse. Its representative feature is a cliff coastline, about 15 km long and up to 95 m high.
It is destroyed by sea storms and, as the result, steps back by about 80 cm of a cliff coastline every year.
The fauna of the Island is very diversified and represented by many rare species. Over 230 species of birds have been observed in the Park, including sea eagle, northern hobby, honey buzzard, kestrel.
The Park has a well developed tourist infrastructure, which includes the natural history museum, environmental education centres, exhibition of European bison, and a network of tourist trails, interpretative paths and bicycle routes, many viewing points, as well as car parks and recreation sites.
Kampinos National Park is situated in Mazowieckie Voivodeship, north-west of the neighbouring city of Warsaw. It occupies a part of the Vistula proglacial valley in the Warsaw Basin with a large forest complex - Kampinos Primeval Forests.
Kampinos National Park was established in 1959 cover the area of 40,700 ha. Currently, the park area is 38,544 ha, 70% of which is covered by forests.
The park fauna is abundant and consists of cover 16,500 species, among which insects (over 2,030 species) and birds (199 species) present the highest variety.
Hiking, biking, horse riding, cross-country skiing during winter are allowed in the park. They are facilitated by 357.8 km of marked trails. 15 car parks, 6 rest sites, camping sites located on the park borders serve the visitors.
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