Ostrzyce is a tourist village beautifully situated on Lake Ostrzyckie, between the moraine hills, in the heart of Kashubian Switzerland in northern Poland. There are many tourist attractions in Ostrzyce: a beach, a bathing area by a lake, a water equipment rental, restaurants, bars, guest houses and hotels. There are hiking, cycling, water and horse tourism routes. If you like spending time in nature, you will surely be delighted.
This bird's eye view shows the beautiful location of Ostrzyce perfectly situated between lakes and hills. This small village is crowded with tourists in summer.
Ostrzyce is a perfect place to relax and explore Kashubia. The village is situated on Lake Ostrzyckie. The Radunia River flows through the lake. The river connects the neighboring lakes creating a water route with a length of almost 40 kilometers, the so-called "Raduńskie Circle". There are also hiking and biking trails crossing Ostrzyce. You can go to the highest hill of the Polish Lowland, Wieżyca (328.7 m above sea level) from here. I also recommend a short walk to Jastrzębia Góra (227.2 m above sea level) from where you can admire the beautiful panorama of the Szymbarskie Hills.
The Kashubian Road (Droga Kaszubska) is an interesting attraction in Ostrzyce. The road runs between lakes and hills in the most picturesque part of Kashubia. Going north, you can reach another Kashubian village Chmielno .
Sandy beach with a bathing area in the center of Ostrzyce.
A clear June afternoon, the sun quite low above the horizon, a light cloud cover and no wind - perfect conditions for a drone flight and admiring the Kashubian landscapes.
The colorful flotilla is resting after an intense day on the water. Ostrzyckie Lake is a gutter lake and it is part of the tourist water route "Kółko Raduńskie", so you must rent a canoe or a pedalo and set off to conquer the Kashubian "seas and oceans" :-)
Trzebno Lake is a small flow-through lake, less than a kilometer long and 300 meters wide, with a maximum depth of 4.5 meters. The Radunia River flows through the lake, connecting Trzebno with Lake Ostrzyckie.
A view of Ostrzyce and the surrounding moraine Szymbarskie Hills, along with the highest elevation of Polish lake districts the Wieżyca (visible in the middle of the frame).
Grabowski Island (Wyspa Grabowskiego) is one of the two islands on Lake Ostrzyckie and it is inhabited.
It was such a beautiful evening in Ostrzyce that I couldn't stop taking pictures.
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