Trzebinia is attractive for tourists owing to its beautiful woods, clean water, blooming meadows and hilly terrain. If you follow the marked nature trails you can see lots of interesting places, admire impressive views and experience the abundant wildlife.
The flora of Trzebinia consists in 43% of forests. One can spot here different types of forests, water rushes, xerothermic grass and plenty of protected species of plants as well as the profusion of wildlife including animals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and insects. These are the places that deserve special recommendation due to their natural, recreational and tourist values:
THE DULOWA PRIMEVAL FOREST is situated within the borders of the Jurassic Landscape Parks. In the Dulowa Primeval Forest the beavers settled in for good. Beaver - created wetlands known as fens make great habitat for new species of fauna and flora that have not appeared here up till the present day. In the Dulowa Primeval Forest it is also possible to find deer, fallow deer and boars.
BALATON RESERVOIR - the body of water placed in the heart of Trzebinia, in the disused quarry excavation. The surface of the first purity class water covers the area of approximately 3 hectares and the reservoir is on average 9,5 m deep. In the summer time it is used as a public open-air swimming-pool.
THE KOZI BRÓD is the longest river in Trzebinia. The Osowiec reservoir, which is situated on this river makes both, a well-equipped recreational resort and a perfect place for relaxation for the citizens of the commune.
THE CHECHŁO LAKE is the largest one in Trzebinia and makes a 54-hectare body of water. Some recreational and holiday resorts as well as water sports resorts are located here. All of them offer full catering services and water equipment rental.
THE "OSTRA GÓRA" NATURE RESERVE was founded to protect the Carpathian beech wood on the area of 7,22h. Standing timber is dominated by beeches aged 150-200 years old. About 15 species of endangered plants can be found in the reserve.
THE TRIASSIC ROCK IN BOLĘCIN is the nature monument of inanimate nature. Diploporous dolomite forms a rare monadnock mountain. Endangered species of plants grow at the bottom of the rock.
THE KARNIOWICE SINTER is a specific kind of rock, which is well-known, especially among geologists. This rare example of freshwater limestone was discovered in 1870 by a botanist from Cracow named Marian Raciborski.
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