The Biebrza Valley and Wetlands (Poland)
The Biebrza Valley and Wetlands
Biebrza is one the biggest national parks in Europe and one of the rare biologically intact marshlands of the continent. Located in the north-eastern part of Poland, this area is often called the Green Lungs of Poland for its natural beauty and clean, fresh air. The Biebrza river is a natural, meandering lowland river and one of the few such rivers in Europe.
Protection of the unspoilt nature and careful cultivation of traditional farmland are the two factors for keeping Biebrza’s biodiversity and beauty alive. With its many attractive activities, like water sports, hiking and biking tracks, rare animal and bird species and traditional local villagers Biebrza National Park is the ideal place for an active and recreational vacation in an unspoiled surrounding.
The uniqueness of The Biebrza Valley and Wetlands:
The floodplains of Biebrza are among the last untamed rivers in Europe so the unique wilderness of the area offers many delights for nature lovers. For example, the meandering Biebrza River is a living river which floods in spring, thus turning large meadows into lakes. Apart from picturesque scenes, Biebrza is home to a large bird population, which represent one of the major bird clusters in Central Europe. The exceptional beauty of the area remains largely undisturbed so is therefore an amazing gateway for holiday makers who are looking for new experiences.
Before leaving, don’t forget to...
- Visit the ‘Rock in the Swamp’ Festival
- Go on a winter Elk Safari with a 100% of guarantee to meet wildlife from a distance of less than 50 meters
- Visit the European White Stork village