Enjoing the stunning mountain landscape, visiting the beautiful health resort, hiking in the Jizera Mountains, bike rides on the Single Tracks are just some of the attractions that awaits you in this region.
According to many the Singletrack in the Jizera mountains are the best in Europe and when looking from a worldwide perspective the tracks here are ranked at number 7, only 6 tracks located in the United States are more recommended.
There are a total or 64 km of singletrack trails. The trails are natural trails for one bike with a maximum of 5 % inclination and 1m width.
There are 4 levels of difficulty to choose from, guaranting everybody to have a great ride.
Runtracks are an innovative project in Poland and Europe.
They are a designed network of forest paths for runners and bikers, built and maintained according to strict rules, with maximum respect for the surrounding nature. The paths wind between trees and forest glades, and are connected to eahother by existing forest roads. The path forms a loop that guarantees a return to the starting point.
A charming, peaceful and fabulous place.
Visitors will experience peace and relaxation in the calming sound of water and omnipresent greenery, but also fun and refreshment on hot days.
The waterfall is the "home" of the winter swimmers group: Świeradowskie Morsy. Every winter this will be the place where you can meet lovers of ice baths who cordially invite you to swim together.
Several metres below the summit of this mountain, soaring 1,107 m a.s.l., is a mountain shelter founded in 1924 by the Schaffgotsch family in a characteristic Silesian-Lusician style.
The site offers splendid panoramas of Świeradów-Zdrój, the Kwisa river valley, Kamienicki Ridge and the western parts of the Karkonosze Mountains.
A Major attraction of Czerniawa is Czarci Młyn (Devil’s Mill). This extraordinary structure is the heritage of a characteristic construction of the Silesian and Czech borderland. It dates back to 1890 and is still equipped with an original plant. Everyone visiting this place may see how millers used to work on the turn of the 19th and 20th century.
No-one knows whether they had to sign a pact with the devil to get to know the secret of baking, but folktales state deuces and devils often visited the mill. To secure oneself against the evil powers, it is recommended to pet the lions which guard the entrance.
Visitors may tour the unique Devil’s Mill while munching on a chunk of homemade bread, baked in the mill according to the traditional recipe and in an oven which is over 100 years old.
BAMBINO-SKI is a wide and gentle slope with a length of 120 m located next to the Hotel at ul. Górska, about 100m from the Spa House.
The facility includes lift, rental of necessary equipment, food service, free parking and SNOWTUBING, or track snow (gutter), which rolls off on the special tire. A ski and snowboard school, with licensed instructors, is available to all comers who want to learn how to ski or snowboard.
The Świeradów-Zdrój Gondola Lift SKI&SUNis a must stop for all winter sports lovers.
The Gondola lift opened it gates in 2008 and it is able to transport up to 2,400 people per hour. Thanks to the solutions implemented by its designers and constructors, it lives up to the highest standards in terms of comfort. Świeradów Zdrój Gondola Lift operates all year round. In the winter season it makes it easier to access the powdered peaks, whereas in summer it makes mountain getaways possible to both hikers and tourists on bikes.
Świeradów-Zdrój Traditional "Cure House" (in Polish: Dom Zdrojowy) was built on the site of the former ‘spring House’ (in Polish: Dom Źródlany), a building dating from 1781 which was destroyed in a fire on December 14th, 1895. It was rebuilt by the Schaffgotsch family, the previous owners of the town, and in 1899 opened its doors to the first patients.
Today visitors can enjoy the longest indoor promenade - 80m, in this part of Poland, while trying the highly mineralized spring water that once mase Świeradów-Zdój famous.
Chatka Górzystów refuge is situated on the Izerska Meadow (in Polish: Hala Izerska). In the 17th century Bohemian religious exiles established a settlement here called Gross-Iser, of which the refuge is the sole surviving building. In 1734 the settlement was inhabited by 13 cottagers and peasants owning their own houses and plots of land.
The settlement was composed of shepherd’s cottages, as many as 38 of them by 1880. Chatka Górzystów draws tourist with its homemade meals, the spécialité de la maison being pancakes and fried cheese, and has 40 beds to accommodate guests. Open all year round.
The Ecological Education Center NATURA 2000 "The Meadow" is a real treat for young explorers.
Children visiting the center can get acquainted, with the flora and fauna of the Izery Mountains. Getting to know the lives of bees through a specially built bee hive, equipped with cameras and microphones.
And, at night, this is a "datk spot", enabling visitors to experience the grauditude of the starry night sky.
Mt. Sępia Góra is definitely one of our and our guests' favorite places. It is Sępia Góra that you can admire from the balconies and the terrace during your stay in our hotel.
"Sępia Góra" (828 m a.s.l.) is one of the tourist attractions on the trail of the Jizera Mysteries and it is definitely worth visiting for the sake of the view. The blue trail leads to the top and from the top you can admire the entire city of Świeradów-Zdrój, the panorama of the Izera Mountains and Foothills, as well as the Jelenia Góra Valley and the Karkonosze Mountains.
According to legend, there was supposed to be a pagan temple at the top.
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