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Camping in South Poland

8 campsites in Poland, South

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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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

South

To the south, the landscape is dominated by two big mountain ranges, the Sudetens in the west and the Carpathians in the south. Here you can hike, ski, bike or simply unwind. Cable cars and the funicular railway at Mount Gubalówka offer a relaxing way of taking in the mountain scenery.