A holiday home in Poland offers many possibilities. From a relaxing beach holiday on the coast of the Baltic Sea to tranquillity and space during a farm holiday in the Polish countryside. A cultural holiday through monuments and Polish cities such as Krakow, Gdansk and Warsaw.

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All regions in Poland

Top places of interest in Poland

Be amazed by the Drawa National Park

Plenty to see and do in beautiful Krakow

Skiing, cycling and above all enjoying the Giant Mountains

Looking for 250 dwarves in the streets of Wroclaw

Holiday home Poland

Or an active walking holiday, with hikes through the most beautiful natural areas in Poland! If you want to go to Poland at an extra low price, you can opt for a last minute holiday home. With the wide range of suitable dog-friendly holiday homes, your four-legged friend doesn't even have to stay at home during a holiday in Poland in 2019. Poland is also ideal for a driving holiday. Choosing to explore Poland by car allows you to easily discover all the beautiful parts of the country.

Holiday homes in Poland

Explore the different regions and landscapes from a holiday home in Poland. Enjoy many facilities with a stay in a holiday park or opt for an extraordinary city break. Depending on the location of your holiday home, you can soak up the tranquillity and purity of the countryside, enjoy a recreational lake, or have a wonderful beach holiday. Go cycling or walking in the area or in one of the nature parks, and take a trip to the city for a wonderful afternoon full of culture and shopping. Don't forget to taste the local cuisine in one of the picturesque villages. Or try to prepare a typical Polish meal yourselves in the kitchen of your holiday home in Poland.

Enjoy a holiday full of nature in Poland in 2019

A holiday home in Poland offers the possibility of endless hikes. Poland's varying natural landscapes make it a very attractive destination. With no less than 23 national parks, which together cover 300,000 hectares, there's plenty to see and explore. The parks each have their own character, from walking sand dunes (Slowinski National Park), primeval forests (Babiogórski and Bialowieza National Park), mountains, rocky outcrops with conical valleys from the ice age (Karkonoski National Park), lakes, peat and marsh areas (Poleski National Park), caves and caverns to ravines and rock formations (Ojcowski National Park). Eight parks are on the UNESCO World Heritage list as World Biosphere Reserves because of their unique flora and fauna. The Bialowieza National Park is also on the list of World Cultural Heritage, and is known for its pristine primeval forest and its wild wisents (Europe's largest mammals). Marked footpaths allow hiking enthusiasts to enjoy all of this impressive natural beauty. Discover it from one of our holiday homes in Poland!

Places to visit in Poland

There's always an attraction for culture and history lovers to visit from your holiday home in Poland. No fewer than 19 monuments are on the UNESCO World Heritage List: including the historic centres of Kraków, Warszawa, Torun and Zamosc. The 13th century salt mine in Wieliczka (still in operation), the former concentration camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Malbork, the largest medieval castle in Europe and the Bernardine monastery in Kalwaria Zebrzy.

In short, the possibilities are endless. Be amazed by the diversity of the country and discover its impressive landscape from a holiday home in Poland for a holiday in 2019.

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