National Parks

Wolin National Park

The park was created in 1960 at professor A. Wodiczko’s suggestion. It comprises the area of 10937 ha. It is situated at the estuary of the Odra river and comprises naturally most valuable Read More »

Drawa National Park

It was established in 1990 on the area of 11342 ha, of which the forest take 83%. It protects naturally most interesting area of the Western Lake District, representing the most valuable Read More »

Slowinski National Park

It was established in 1967, protecting the area of 18789 ha, of which 5935 ha are strictly protected, 25% is covered by forest, 54% by waters and 4% by meadows and peatbogs. In 1977 UNESCO Read More »

Wigry National Park

Wigry National Park was founded in 1989 covering the area of about 15 thousand ha, of which the forests constitute 61%, the waters 19% and the arable land 15%. 386 ha are strictly protected, Read More »

Bialowieza National Park

Bialowieza National Park was founded in 1921 covering the area of 10502 ha, including the nature preserve with the area of 4747 ha. In 1977 UNESCO recognized the Park as the World Reserve of Read More »

Kampinos National Park

The second largest Polish Park was founded in 1959, covering the area of 38544 ha, of which 75% is taken by the forests, 15% by the arable land, 3% by the waters and swamps. It comprises a Read More »

Wielkopolski National Park

It was established in 1957 covering the area of 7620 ha, of which the forests occupy 58% of the total area. The sculpture of the earth’s surface and landscape variety of the Park are Read More »

Polesie National Park

The Park was established in 1990 with the area of 9648 ha, of which 41% is covered by forests. Polesie National Park is situated on the eastern confines of Poland, in the central part of Read More »

Roztocze National Park

It was established in 1974 on the area of 8482 ha, of which the forests take 95%. The diversified landscape of the Park is composed of ranges of woody hills built of cretaceous and limestone Read More »

Swietokrzyski National Park

“The Jodlowa Forest of the Zeromski National Park” was the first name of the part of the area of the Swietokrzyskie Mountains on the Srodkowomalopolska Highland, on which Swietokrzyskie Mountains Read More »

Karkonosze National Park

Karkonosze National Park was established in 1959 on the area of 5562 ha. In 1992 UNESCO created an international Polish-Czech reserve of the biosphere called “The Karkonosze” with the area of Read More »

Bieszczady National Park

Bieszczady National Park was made in 1973 on the area of 5587 ha, until 1996 it was enlarged to 27834 hectares. In 1992 UNESCO recognized the international Polish-Slovakian-Ukrainian reserve of Read More »

Ojcow National Park

It was established in 1956 and covers the area of 2146 ha, of which the forests take 71%. It comprises the most beautiful fragment of the Krakow Highland. The Park has diversified and rich Read More »

Babia Gora National Park

Babia Gora National Park was established in 1954. The area of the Park is 3392 ha. 94% of the area is taken by forests communities. In 1976 UNESCO recognized the Park as the world reserve of the Read More »

Gorce National Park

Gorce National Park was established in 1981 and covers the area of 7019 ha; the main element of the landscape are forests taking 95%. It is a typical forest mountain Park, with a layer Read More »

Pieniny National Park

Pieniny National Park was established in 1954. It has 2231 ha, of which 1564 are covered by forests, which is 70% of the total area. The Park is located in the central part of the Pieniny Central Read More »

Tatra National Park

Tatra National Park formally established in 1954; a little earlier (1947) the so called “Tatra Park” was established here. The Park protects 21164 ha, of which around 50% is strictly protected. Read More »

Biebrza National Park

The swamps in the proglacial stream valley of the Biebrza are the most valuable peat-swamp regions in Europe, included in the RAMSAR convention and prepared for putting on the world list of Read More »

Stolowe Mountains National Park

The Stolowe Mountains in the central part of the Sudetic syncline are the only Polish sandstone tablelands of plate structure. Breaking up into blocks of sandstone and going through a selective Read More »

Magura National Park

The Park has existed since January 1st 1995. It is situated in the central part of the Beskid Niski, on the well-head area of the Wisloka (Debi Wierch – 575 meters), between the Eastern and Read More »

Bory Tucholskie National Park

The “Bory Tucholskie” National Park was established within the Zaborski Scenic Park on the 1st July 1996. It covers an area of 4789,34 ha. The Park lies in an early glacial lake district outwash Read More »

Narew National Park

The Narew National Park was established in 1996 and covers an area of 7350 ha. It was established within the Narew Scenic Park, the rest of which (15380 ha) surrounds it. It is situated in the Read More »

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