We have a lot of natural and tourist routes for you, there are also landscape and national parks nearby.
Drawskie Lakeland is a paradise for ornithologists, game lovers, anglers, hunters and mushroom pickers.
The surrounding forests are perfect for hiking. The stand is dominated by pines, often forming beautiful parts of mixed forests together with beeches, oaks and birches. There are also hornbeams, lindens, poplars, ash and maples, as well as Atlantic species associated with the influence of the sea climate. These are, among others: the common broom, the claret and the clove daredevil, and the purple orchid.
The most popular hiking trail in the area is:
The blue trail, “Im. I Warsaw Cavalry Division”, 52 km long, runs through the villages of Drawsko Pom – Gudowo – Lubieszewo – Zatonie – Żabinek – Wierzchowo – Będlino – Sośnica – Świerczyna – Wielboki – Iłowiec. It runs through the southern part of the Drawskie Lakeland, then runs through the center of the poviat, going towards Wałcz. This route was led by the battle route of the 1st Warsaw Cavalry Division in the fights for the breakthrough of the Pomeranian Wall. On the trail, you can admire Lake Lubie and old tree stands.
During the trip, it is worth seeing: Drawsko Pomorskie (church of the Resurrection of PNJCh., Salt warehouse, fragments of defensive walls, church of St. Paul the Apostle, tank monument at the Primary School), church in Gudów, church in Lubieszewo, Youth Center for Healthy Life ” Zatonie ”on Lake Lubie, the church in Wierzchowo, the“ Sośnica ”nature reserve.
37 km from the center is the Drawsko Landscape Park , where you can admire 148 species of breeding birds, including eagles, herons, cranes, cormorants or black storks, 300 natural monuments, moraine embankments and erratic boulders.
68 km from the center, in the vicinity of Drawno, there is the Drawieński National Park , which is famous for its large number of animals such as: beavers, otters, raccoons, raccoons, wolves and bats.