in the Barycz Valley
Górecznik Family Adventure and Education Park
Prepared with the youngest visitors in mind, it has the atmosphere of an amusement park and, in part, an education centre.
Market square with historic tenement houses in Sułów
A unique village with a market square where Juliusz Słowacki stayed. It has as many as two beautiful churches and the first Baroque mansion, built in Silesia after the 30-year war.
The 200 ha water body is a kind of link between the "Radziądz" and "Ruda Sułowska" complexes. It is not part of the reserve, but it is here that a lookout was built for birdwatching.
Nature trail in the "Krosnickie ponds" complex
The complex "Stawy Krośnickie" also known as "Czarne Stawy" started to be established around 1600. It currently comprises 13 reservoirs.
Twardogóra, a town with a lower and upper market square and the church of Our Lady of the Assumption of the Faithful
One of the oldest Polish towns is known today as a centre of carpenters and furniture makers. Twardogóra is distinguished by its unusual market square. It is the first example of such a town layout in this part of Europe.
Observation tower at Grabownica Pond
Called the 'Bluebird Tower', it is the tallest structure of its kind in the Barycz Valley - almost 15 m high and with viewing platforms on three floors.
Nobel Avenue and Astronomical Observatory
They are located in the charming recreational and leisure park of Nature, which extends over 19 ha in the town. The 600th anniversary gate of the town (2003), on which the names of all the inhabitants are inscribed, is also a remarkable decoration.
Antonine oaks and "Fat Johnny"
A phenomenal cluster of more than 40 natural monuments, after the Rogalin oaks the second largest in Europe.
The wooden church of St. Matthias the Apostle in Trzebicko
The church has survived unchanged since it was built in 1672 on the site of a former temple; it is one of the most valuable wooden churches in Lower Silesia.
Causeway at the Sunny Pond in the reserve "Stawy Milickie" complex "Stawno"
"Stawno" is one of the best places for birdwatching and wandering along picturesque dykes. It will also be the ideal place for a romantic walk - a phenomenal sunset guaranteed.
St Barbara Church in Odolanów
A wooden, three-nave building from 1784, covered by a gabled shingle roof. It is one of the largest wooden churches in the diocese of Kalisz and an increasingly rare example of sacred carpentry art.
Museum of Bombshells in Milicz
Located in the Creative Multifunctional Facility in Milicz. It is the home of a former world-famous Christmas tree ornament factory, combined with an educational centre.
English park at the chateau complex with natural monuments
The former residence built by the von Reichenbach family from Goszcz, surrounded by a large, well-maintained English park. A beautiful oak avenue leads from the palace to Wierzchowice.
The Bird Track in Milicz
The Bird Tract stretches from the Town Hall along Dworcowa, Waresiaka, 1 Maja and Wrocławska streets to the Market Square. It is a place for meetings, exhibitions and thematic displays.
Reserve "Stawy Milickie" complex "Jamnik"
To the south of Ruda Żmigrodzka, a village with a Masurian climate, on the south side of the Barycz River stretches the "Jamnik" pond complex, taking its name from the hamlet. Here you will meet unusual rare birds, with the white-tailed eagle at the forefront.