Attractions of the Drawskie Lake District
It is part of the West Pomeranian Lake District and at the same time the most famous region in this part of Poland. The Drawskie Lake District, because we are talking about it, is famous for its numerous lakes, the largest of which is Drawsko Lake (the second deepest lake in Poland). Around him is the most valuable in terms of nature fragment of this lake district, protected as Drawieński National Park. The Drawskie Lakeland area is very attractive for water sports enthusiasts. Sailing, windsurfing and fishing are popular sports for guests visiting the local lakes. On the other hand, the Drawa River, which is great for organizing rafting, enjoys popularity among canoeists. Here Karol Wojtyła himself once participated in canoeing trips. The Drawskie Lakeland is not only attractive areas for water sports enthusiasts. These are also interesting places where many valuable monuments have been preserved. It is worth visiting Czaplinek Drawsko and Złociniec. For those who like old castles and picturesque ruins, a visit to Stary Drawsko can be a great attraction. A bit more recent history is associated with the town of Borne Sulinowo, in which the Soviet army was stationed not so long ago.