Top 8 recreational 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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  • 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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  • Nyskie Lake

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    Nyskie Lake is a reservoir constructed on the Nysa Kłodzka river in Poland in 1971. By the lake, a hydroelectric power plant is located.
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  • Lake Ukiel

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    Lake Ukiel is a lake in Poland which is located on Pojezierze Olsztyńskie, in the northwest part of Olsztyn. There are pensions, hotels and a municipal beach.
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  • Lake Jamno

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    Jamno is a lake in northern Poland, close to the Baltic Sea. The lake is popularly used for sailing.
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  • Białe Augustowskie

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    Białe Augustowskie - is a ribbon lake in Augustów. The lakeside is well developed with numerous bays and spits. There are four islands in the lake.
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  • Licheńskie Lake

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    Licheńskie Lake is a small lake in central Poland known as Jezioro Licheńskie in Polish. It is a classic plostglacial ribbon lake with a strongly developed shoreline. The banks of the lake, which are mostly steep, are largely surrounded by forests.
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