Beskid Sądecki, a mountain range in southern Poland offers its visitors beautiful landscapes, routes for hiking and other attractions for fans of spending time in mountains.
This range is a part of the Western Carpathian Mountains and has a surface of approximately 670 square kilometres.
While visiting Beskid Sądecki one should take the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful panorama of Tatra mountain range and the best place to do so is the observation tower in the town of Krynica-Zdrój.
Those who seek a chance to improve their health will also be satisfied as the resort of Muszyna offers a variety of facilities, such as sensory gardens or the pump-room of mineral waters.
Fans of winter sports find many ski slopes and snow parks in the region, which have been reopened in Poland from Friday.
To get to Krynica-Zdrój from Kraków, the largest nearby city, one must take the A4 highway to the east then take National Road 75 at the Brzesko junction and go south to the municipality of Huta, then take provincial road 981 to Krynica-Zdrój.