The village in Poland in the administrative district of Gmina Lesko, within Lesko County, Subcarpathian Voivodeship, by the San river.


  • » Restaurant 100 m (pension nearby: possibility of board: breakfast/lunch/dinner)
  • » Sauna 100 m (pension nearby)
  • » Bike renting (pension nearby)
  • » Fishing license available in the pension nearby
  • » Forest 200 m (mushroom hunting, berry picking)
  • » River San 50 m (very good fishing area, trout, grayling…)

Weremień 1 km

The name of the village comes from the name of Jeremiasz. The village was located before 1513 according to Wallachian law in the goods of Kmita family. Initially it was called Hruszka, from the neighboring mountain. In 1921 counted 87 houses and 459 inhabitants (392 Greek Catholics, 57 Roman Catholics, 10 Law of Moses). After the II World War the Ukrainian population was displaced; the wooden church (tserkov) from 1850 was demolished . In Laczki village have been preserved some traditional wooden houses.


  • » Gliding airfield (gliding, paragliding, sightseeing flights in nostalgic aeroplane)
  • » Ski pist: two t-bar lifts, two ski slopes (illuminated in the evening, snow machine, ski and snowboard rentals, skiing course)
  • » Riding

Sanok 19 km

Sanok is a town located in the south-eastern part of the Subcarpathian Voivodeship, at the junction of roads leading from Przemysl, Rzeszow and Krosno deep into the Bieszczady Mountains. The town has been spread in the picturesque valley of the San River at the foot of the Sowie Mountains which are the foothills of the Bieszczady. The oldest part of the town lies on a steep hill with the highest peak called Parkowa Gora with height of 364 m above sea level. Sanok counts nearly 42 000 inhabitants and 38 km2 of area.


  • » Royal Castle in Sanok - castle reaching its history the Middle Ages.
  • » Historical Museum in Sanok. Today, the museum houses over 20 000 of exhibits. It has dedicated sections: archaeological, iconographic, historical and restoration as well as original gallery of Zdzislaw Beksinski which is situated in a restored part (2010-2011) of the Royal Castle.
  • » Ethnographic Park in Sanok – one of the most beautiful open-air museums in Europe (the scenic location on the right bank of the San river, at the foot of Sanocko-Turczanskie Mountains quite faithfully reflects the physiography of Subcarpathian region). See the photo.
  • » Fountain "Girl in the Rain"
  • » Town hall

Hoczew 2 km

Hoczew is a village lying at the mouth of the Hoczew river to the San, in the administrative district of Gmina Lesko. The settlement in this area already existed in the tenth century. In the fourteenth century the village belonged to the Bal family. The village changed the owners several times in later centuries.


  • Art gallery of Zdzislaw Pekalski

Lesko 2 km

Lesko lands were settled since prehistoric times and during the period of Roman influence. This is confirmed by archaeological findings dated back from the fourth century BC to the fourth century AD, and also the medieval.


  • » Synagogue built during the sixteenth and seventeenth century. The synagogue was completely destroyed during the Second World War. It was restored in 1960's. Currently it is used as, an art gallery for domestic artists.
  • » Kirkut (Jewish cemetery), with graves dating back to the sixteenth century. One of Poland's oldest Jewish cemeteries, it contains over 2,000 headstones.
  • » Castle of the Kmita family, built in the sixteenth century, then reconstructed, partially destroyed and rebuilt again.
  • » Travel agencies : 1-day trips to Lwow (Ukraine), Hungary and to the Slowak republic.

Glinne 3 km

The Lesko Stone, a distinctive rock formation. The stone is over 445 m high and is entirely a product of erosion. It is located on the main route from Lesko to Ustrzyki Dolne (climbing possibility).

Solina i Polańczyk 10 km

There are two popular resorts in Bieszczady mountain region on the artificial lake Solina. The main tourist attraction remains the dam. This is the perfect place for watersports enthusiasts (sailing, surfing…). There are many beaches around the lake on which to relax.

Wetlina / Połoniny 40 km

Bieszczady National Park - currently occupies an area of 29.000 Ha and it is among the largest attraction in the region. The park is home to numerous rare animal and plant species. Poloniny- the biggest and most picturesque range of the East Carpathians, 1000 -1100 meters above sea level, with natural alpine meadows and vegetation which leave unforgettable impressions with any visitor. With it´s numerous nature trails, the area is perfect for hiking.