Top 11 natural lakes to visit in Poland

  • Jeziorsko

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    Jeziorsko is a dam reservoir on the Warta River, the largest reservoir and retention basin in the Lodz region. It is a great place for relaxation, hiking, and water sport activities.
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  • Morskie Oko

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    Morskie Oko, or Eye of the Sea in English, is the largest and fourth-deepest lake in the Tatra Mountains, in southern Poland. It is located deep within the Tatra National Park in the Rybi Potok Valley, of the High Tatras mountain range.
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  • Kolorowe Jeziorka

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    Kolorowe Jeziorka, located in Rudawy Janowickie, is a unique and unusual tourist attraction in Poland, consisting of three artificial ponds formed in place of former mines at the slope of Wielka Kopa mountain.
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  • Zemborzyckie

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    Lake Zemborzyckie is a retention and recreation reservoir on the Bystrzyca River. There are recreation centers that offer rental of water sports equipment, mountain bikes and water bikes. In winter, the frozen surface is used by ice skaters.
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  • Śniardwy

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    Śniardwy is the largest lake in Poland. It covers 113.8 square kilometers. There are eight islands on the Śniardwy lake. It is connected with other lakes by the system of canals known as Kanały Mazurskie. Together, they form the Polish Masurian Lake District.
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  • Lake Czorsztynskie

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    Lake Czorsztyn is a man-made reservoir on the Dunajec river. The lake is located in close proximity of several popular tourist spots, such as Pieniny National Park, Niedzica Castle, Czorsztyn Castle, and the tourist village of Kluszkowce.
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  • Wigry Lake

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    Wigry lake is situated in the forests of the Augustów Wilderness – trees grow on about 80% of its shoreline. There are 19 smaller and bigger islands on the lake. The lake and its adjacent area belong to the Wigry National Park. The lake is favored by canoeing and yachting enthusiasts.
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  • Lake Gopło

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    Gopło is a lake in north-central Poland, near the city of Gniezno. It gives its name to the protected area called Gopło Landscape Park. At the northern end of the lake stands the "Mice Tower" of Kruszwica.
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  • Lake Rożnów

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    Lake Rożnow is an artificial lake, built in 1935–1941. The lake is surrounded by forested hills, and its picturesque location makes it a very popular tourist center. Lake Rożnow has a small island, called Malpia Wyspa.
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  • Łebsko Lake

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    Łebsko Lake is a coastal lake in the Pomeranian Voivodeship of Poland. It is the part of Słowiński National Park. The Łeba River flows through Łebsko Lake just before it reaches the Baltic Sea at the town of Łeba.
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  • Słupca Lake

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    Słupca Lake is an artificial reservoir located in central–western Poland. From the south, the lake borders on Słupca Town Park, with the amphitheater, shooting range and two stadiums. Jogging, walks and cycling are among most popular activities along the shoreline for the locals.
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