Willa Dąbrówka is an excellent starting point.From here, you will set off for a short walk around the city, a full-day sightseeing tour, but also a real mountain ridge. Guests of Dąbrówka often use the valuable advice of the host, who is a retired PTTK guide.
Where is the best place to start hiking in the Giant Mountains?Tourists usually choose the Karpacz Biały Jar stop, because this is where most of the hiking trails start. There are several variants of getting to Śnieżka from here, and yet in this range there are many other, equally charming places that are also worth seeing. It is the perfect location that makes Willa Dąbrówka so eagerly chosen by trekking enthusiasts.
Karpacz is a place favored by lovers of white madness and other winter activities. This is not surprising, since there are as many as 25 ski lifts in the city and its vicinity today! Avid skiers, but also little to bogganers, surely appreciate the vicinity of perfectly prepared slopes. The popular Winterpol resort is just a 7-minute walk away.
Even the biggest fan of relaxation in nature's bosom sometimes wants to sit in an atmospheric restaurant or visit a souvenir shop. Although the surroundings of Willa Dąbrówka suggest that we are somewhere on the outskirts of the city, in fact, we are close to the most executive part of Karpacz. It takes only 7 minutes to be in the vibrant street, there is no shortage of restaurants, shops and colourful stalls here.
Staying at Willa Dąbrówka is associated with good fun, also thanks to the offer of outdoor games. If you like exploring new places, and you are eager to face puzzles, you will like our quest “Karpacz actively and in sport” and geocaching prepared with the guests in mind. The purpose of these activations is to find the hidden treasure, the hints contained in the rhyming puzzles. It is a great idea to spend an afternoon with friends or family.
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In the vicinity of Willa Dąbrówka, there is a synthetic ice rink, in which natural ice has been replaced by special panels. This is a clever procedure thanks to which ice skating lovers can indulge in their passion all year round! The facility has been roofed, so going to the slide will be an excellent backup in case of bad weather. The youngest ones will surely like the colorful lighting and the excellent sound system in the hall.
20 MINUTES TO THE PITCH + 1H BLACK TRAIL
It proudly rises above Karpacz, attracting crowds of mountain tourists to the city. Although it looks great when viewed from below, there are many daredevils who want to climb its characteristic top, decorated with futuristic saucers. After all, it is the highest elevation of the Giant Mountains and also... Czech Even though the 1603 meters high on the experienced mountain-goers will not impress, it should not be underestimated. Śnieżka, apart from fantastic views (even at a distance exceeding 200 km!), Is also famous for its capricious nature. It is said that it is the windiest place in Poland.
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How about a brief walk? Our guests eagerly choose the semicircular dam on the Łomnica River. This solid dam is 105 meters long and protects Karpacz from the dangers of the swift, mountain river. The facility was built in the years 1910-1915 when the inhabitants still remembered the tragic flood of 1897.
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Although Poles are passionate about ski jumping, hardly any of us had the opportunity to look at the world from the perspective of the starting beam.However, our guests can satisfy their curiosity. Just 10 minutes from Willa Dąbrówka there is the “Orlinek” ski jump. The facility with a huge metal tower was built in 1978, and its record — 94.5 m — belongs to Adam Małysz since 2004. Currently, there is a viewpoint there, so you can climb the mountain and feel the adrenaline that accompanies jumpers.
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Wang is recognized as the oldest, wooden church in our country, it was built many kilometres from the present Polish borders. It was erected at the turn of the 12th and 13th centuries in the Norwegian town of Vang and served the local faithful until the 19th century. When the church was too small for the needs of its mother parish, it was…put up for sale. The Prussian king, Frederick William IV, purchased this building. The temple has been dismantled and transported to Berlin, where it was to be added to the exhibits of the local museum. Eventually, it ended up in Karpacz, and today it is one of the show-pieces of a mountain resort.