Landscapes, lakes, rivers, hills, nature, forests and fields - Kashubian Lake District it is a beautiful country! The region is about 3000 km2 and there are over 500 lakes here. There are two Landscape Parks: Kaszubski and Trójmiejski and over 25 nature reserves. There are many kilometers of hiking, cycling and canoeing routes for tourists.
Lakes and landscapes in Kashubia look amazingly viewed from above. I have marked on the map the area where the photographs were taken. I also added some spherical photos made by the drone.
Lake Wdzydze or Kashubian sea is a huge lake located in the Bory Tucholskie in Poland with an area of over 150 hectares. There you can see the islands: Ostrów Wielki, Ostrów Mały, Sidły, Sorka and Glonek on the lake. I recommend a spherical photo on which you can see Wdzydze Kiszewskie, Czarlina and lakes: Wdzydzkie, Gołuń and Jelenie.
It is worth getting up at sunrise even at weekend and even when it is around 4:30. Perfect light, fog, lack of wind, breathtaking landscapes and perfect conditions for flying a drone. In the picture: Kłączno Lake and Ryńskie Lake near Bytów in Poland. There you can see pine pollen on the water.
Sunrise over the Kłączno lake and the village in Poland. Lake Kłączno is a gutter lake with a length of about 5.5 km. This lake has three parts: Studzieniczno (in the north), Kłączno (in the middle) and Ryńskie (in the south). Kłączno is a small tourist village located in the Bytowskie Lake District. You can see the village, lake and surroundings on spherical photography.
I recommend hiking around Straszynskie Lake - a beautiful scenic route! The trail leads from Straszyn through forests along the shore of the lake and along the Radunia River banks.
Evening view of the Kashubian lakes. The vicinity of Ostrzyce in northern Poland looks fabulous from the bird's eye perspective.
Raduńskie Lower Lake has a length of almost 10 km and its width and reaches about 1.5 kilometers - a huge ribbon glacial lake in the Kashubian Landscape Park.
Kashubian lakes and views in the spring at sunset ... what to write here ... you can only admire and hope that these landscapes will be for future generations.
The Jelenie Lake (Deer Lake) is a flow gutter lake (almost 3 km long) located in the Tuchola Forest in the Wdzydze Landscape Park in Poland. It is connected with Lake Gołuń and forms part of the Kashubian Sea.
Lakes Gołuń, Słupinko and Słupino in Kashubia at sunset. There you can see the river Wda on the right, which flows into the Gołuń lake.
Lake Brodno Wielkie is located in the Kashubian Landscape Park. The river Radunia flows through the lake, which connects it with Lakes Ostrzyckie and Brodno Małe and is part of the "Kółko Raduńskie" waterway.
Chmielno is a large Kashubian tourist village located on the lakes: Białe, Kłodno and Raduńskie Dolne. There you can see the whole area and more lakes on spherical photography.
The Kashubian Gate is a dyke separating the Raduńskie Dolne and Raduńskie Górne Lakes. There is road no. 228. The black tourist trail also leads through the dike - the Trail of the Szymbarskie Hills.
Kashubia looks amazing from above! The photo shows Lake Ostrzyckie seen from the vicinity of Czapielski Młyn.
Lakes, hills, forests, fields and picturesquely situated villages - Kashubian Landscape Park. There are lakes: Rekowo, Białe, Kłodno and in the distance behind the Chmielno village also the Raduńskie Dolne lake.
A warm, almost windless September evening at Radunskie Lake - the beautiful end of summer. Stężyca is a village located in the central part of the Kashubian Lake District, between Lake Stężyckie and Lake Raduńskie Gorne. There is a tourist waterway: The Radunskie Circle on the lakes.
Lake Mausz is a large gutter lake in Kashubia with an amazing water color! The lake is 6.7 kilometers long, 1.4 kilometers wide, and the maximum depth is 35 meters. There is a peninsula with the tourist settlement of Ostrów Mausz in the photo.
Warm autumn evening in Kashubia in Poland. There is Przywidz and Jezior Przywidzkie in the photo. Also see the photo sphere.
Autumn view of Kashubia in Poland - Ostrzyckie Lake and Wieżyca Hill in October evening.
Liniewskie Lake is a gutter flow lake located west of Liniewo in Kashubia in Poland. Liniewskie Lake is part of the Polaszkowskie lakes.
The Sobąckie Lake is part of the Polaszkowskie lakes complex. Lake Sobąckie is a gutter flow lake in the Kashubian Lake District.
Lake Łukomie is another name for Lake Charzykowskie in Tuchola Forest (Bory Tucholskie) in northern Poland.
Łapińskie Lake (Łapino Górne Lake) is a gutter lake with a length of almost 2 km and a maximum depth of 8 meters. There are several resorts with jetties and bathing areas on the southeastern shore of the lake.
Autumn panorama of the Otomińskie Lake. There are the remains of a fishing settlement and a settlement from the 10th century at the end of the peninsula. There you can see the ramparts and a moat.
The Głębokie Lake near Przywidz in northern Poland is 22 meters deep and has an amazing blue color of water.
Ostrzyckie Lake is a gutter flow lake at the foot of Wieżyca Hill in the Kashubian Lake District. The lake is 7 kilometers long and 21 meters deep.
Lake Gołuń in Poland is a gutter lake with a length of about 6 km in the Kashubian Lake District. It is connected with the lakes: Wdzydze, Jelenie and Słupinko.
Wdzydze Kiszewskie and Gołuń Lake from a bird's eye view. There you can see the marina and observation tower in Wdzydze Kiszewskie in the photo.
A small flowing lake among picturesque hills. I think there is a lot of fish here because on the lake you can see many boats with anglers. The whole area and the village of Klonowo Dolne can be seen in the spherical picture.
You can admire amazing views a few kilometers from Gdansk - lakes, rivers, hills, forests and nature in early spring. Kashubia are beautiful not only in summer.
A typical glacial lake - long, narrow, deep, with steep banks. The picture shows Lake Grabówko near Kościerzyna.
A shallow gutter lake in the Kashubian Lake District. The lake is almost 2 kilometers long, the maximum depth is 6.6 m.
The Przywidzkie Wielkie Lake. There are traces of an early medieval settlement on a forested peninsula - more information in the gallery: Przywidz settlement.
Nature, lakes, forests, fields, meadows, small villages - Kashubian landscapes from a bird's eye view are amazing!
There you can see the Przywidz in the distance. Kashubian village beautifully situated between two lakes. There is a nature reserve on the island, which is on the right.
The Radunia river flows into Straszyńskie Lake. The Straszyńskie Lake is a reservoir and belongs to the Radunia Valley Landscape Protected Area.
I recommend this region of Poland to spend your holidays. There are many tourist attractions and interesting places, more and less known for sightseeing. You can find some ideas in galleries: Kashubian Landscape Park and Photos of Kashubia, Poland.
A spring morning at Małe (Small) Lake. There you can see Lake Przywidzkie Wielkie in the distance.
Fields, meadows, dirt roads, ponds, homes and farms - aerial photo of Kashubian. I like such places! You can spend hours in the labyrinth of country roads here.
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