Przywidz, Przywidzkie lakes and the surrounding area are one of my favorite places in Kashubia in northern Poland. The village is beautifully situated in a valley by two lakes and surrounded by beech forests. This location was appreciated already two thousand years before our era - traces of settlements from the Stone Age were found in the vicinity of Przywidz. To this day, numerous kurgan cemeteries and the remains of the early medieval stronghold have survived in the surrounding forests.
Aerial view of the countryside and lakes. There is the Przywidzkie Małe lake in the foreground and the Przywidzkie Wielkie lake in the distance.
Church of Our Lady, Queen of the Holy Rosary from 1909 in Przywidz.
There you can clearly see the location of the village, which is surrounded by hills and forests. In the foreground: a promenade by the lake, the European Union Primary School, a sports and entertainment hall and sports fields.
The lakes of Przywidzkie Małe and Wielkie are connected with each other by an isthmus and have a total length of almost 4.5 kilometers.
Arena Przywidz at 1a Szkolna Street is a sports and entertainment hall. There are basketball, volleyball and handball fields in the arena.
The Zielona Brama (Green Gate) is a well-known place on the tourist map of Kashubia. There is a guest house, restaurant, dumplings, wedding hall, horse stud and a ski center.
A bird's eye view of the Lake Przywidzkie Wielkie and the island with a nature reserve.
The island nature reserve on the Lake Przywidzkie Wielki covers an area of approximately 4.5 hectares. There is a beech and oak forest on the island. Some of the trees that grow here are over 180 years old.
It is worth visiting Przywidz at any time of the year. In summer, you can have a nice time at the beach and bathing area on Lake Przywidzkie Wielkie.
A view from above of the Przywidzkie lakes, Przywidz and the hills and forests surrounding the village.
Przywidz in autumn and its surroundings is a perfect place for walking, running, nordic walking, cycling and horse riding.
There are remains of an early medieval settlement on this peninsula.
Beech forests, growing on the shores of the lakes, look amazing in autumn.
In the fall, the beech and oak forest on the island sparkles with an endless amount of colors!
And what can you write here - nature and autumn are a magical combination - you can only look and admire ...
There is a beautiful 7.5 kilometer long walking route around the Przywidzkie Wielkie lake. You can walk, run or ride a bike there. It is the perfect place to admire the golden Polish autumn.
The cold winter in Przywidz is the perfect time for skiing in a ski resort or ice skating on frozen lakes.
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