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Oswiecim is a name that many will not have heard, but any mention of the German equivalent, Auschwitz, evokes fear in almost everyone. Founded in...

This attractively landscaped site, with direct access from the main road, is 10 km. from Krakow. It is down a slope, some 100 m. back...

Just five kilometres or a short bus ride from this site is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, Krakow. It dates back to the tenth...

Camping Tramp has a pleasant appearance and lies in a basin below the level of the roads which run on both sides of the site...

This lovely small site, which is on a river bank, offers real peace and quiet, along with Polish hospitality. It has plenty of pitches for...

This site is almost in the centre of Jelenia Gora, which is situated at the foot of the Karkonosze Mountains. It is close to the...

If you enter Poland from the Czech Republic, Bielsko Biala could well be the first large town you enter. Formed by the joining of the...

If you are looking for a cheaper option with just room for camping and no frills, this small site for about 60 units might suit...

You will receive a warm welcome at this very good, small family campsite. With only space for about 40 pitches, all with 6A electricity, it...

Czestochowa’s main claim to fame is the famous Jasna Góra monastery, one of Europe’s most important pilgrimage centres. Camp 76 is located right behind the...

Mazurski Eden is in the centre of the beautiful Mazurian Lake District, surrounded by the interesting flora and fauna of the Piska forest. It is...

This is a very good, small campsite run by an enthusiastic family in the Polish winter capital, which is on a par with the best...

Just four hundred metres from the Baltic Sea in Poland’s biggest spa resort, this four-hectare site is in a forested area with good access to...

Situated at the mouth of a small river with a marina, and just north of the village of Leba, Morski Camping is one of three...

Although the Górnóslaski industrial district, of which Katowice is the capital, is not a tourist centre, Camping 215, being near a lake and 5 km...

Wroclaw sits on the River Oder and boasts over a hundred bridges. The historic town centre has an impressive mixture of architectural influences, from Flemish...

Katno is a small village near Ostróda in Masuria in northeast Poland, 100 km. from Gdansk Bay and the Baltic Sea. This claims to be...

The small village of Niedzica is south of the Pieniny mountain range in the Dunajec valley and about 40 km. northeast of Zakopane. This excellent...

A small family campsite on the banks of Lake Talty north of Mikolajki, Camping KamA is run by the Kaminski family. Whilst the site straddles...

Poland

Those looking for something a little different will certainly find it in Poland. Situated at the heart of Europe, it boasts mountains to rival the Alps, which play host to rare wildlife such as lynx and brown bears and provide powdery slopes in the winter months that are ideal for skiing.

Several of the campsites in Poland’s southern region are close to the former capital, Kraków. Echoes of the country’s turbulent history can be found here; it once had a lively Jewish population and the district of Kazimierz has some wonderful synagogues.

Whether you want to stay on a pitch or in accommodation, there is no shortage of locations to choose from for camping holidays in Poland.