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Krogulec, a quaint and peaceful village in Poland, invites travelers seeking solace away from the city's rush. This serene spot, surrounded by lush green fields and dotted with traditional Polish cottages, is a testament to the bucolic beauty of the Lesser Poland region. It's a place where the pastures are still grazed by cattle and the skies are a playground for birds of prey, including the village's namesake, the krogulec, or sparrowhawk. While it may not boast grandiose attractions, Krogulec's charm lies in its simplicity and the opportunity it offers to experience rural Polish life. Local folklore and traditions are well-preserved and showcased in everyday life, from cuisine to festivals. Visitors can explore the surrounding countryside with long walks or bicycle rides, enjoy bird watching, or simply relax in the tranquil settings. For those intrigued by rural tourism and agritourism, Krogulec provides an authentic backdrop to learn about sustainable living and traditional farming practices. Whether it's the golden hues of harvest or the crisp white of a Polish winter, Krogulec’s small-community vibe and natural beauty make it a hidden gem for a peaceful getaway.
While Krogulec might not have all these attractions within its immediate vicinity, its location offers a gateway to explore the cultural and natural riches of Lesser Poland. It's a village that celebrates quiet moments, simple pleasures, and the allure of the Polish countryside.

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What to do in Krogulec

Wooden Architecture Route

This trail takes you through Lesser Poland, showcasing traditional wooden churches and houses, some of which are UNESCO-listed.

Krogulec Church

Visit the local church, a focal point of village life, often an intricately designed structure reflecting the region's religious and cultural heritage.

Wieliczka Salt Mine

A bit of a drive from Krogulec, this historic salt mine is a marvel of underground architecture and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Ojcow National Park

Located within reach, this park is known for its limestone cliffs, medieval castles, and numerous caves, perfect for nature lovers and hikers.

Pieskowa Skała Castle

A Renaissance castle nestled within Ojcow National Park, known for its beautiful architecture and the Hercules’ Club rock formation.


The former royal capital is within day-trip distance, offering a wealth of history, culture, and attractions like the Wawel Castle and the Main Market Square.


Another possible day trip, this historic town features a charming old town with a hilltop castle and underground tourist routes.

Dunajec River Gorge

For those willing to venture further, this natural wonder offers stunning river rafting experiences through the Pieniny Mountains.


A drive to this mountain resort town allows visitors to experience the unique culture of the Polish highlands, with opportunities for hiking and skiing.

Traditional Folklore Events

Seasonal events and festivals occur in the region, offering insight into Polish folk culture with music, dance, and food.

What else to visit
In and around Krogulec

Kowary (4.84 km)

Located in southwestern Poland, Kowary is a hidden gem nestled within the Sudetes Mountains. Known for its scenic beauty and intriguing underground attractions, Kowary serves as a peaceful retreat and a journey into Poland's mining history.

Jelenia Góra (10.1 km)

Jelenia Góra, a picturesque town in the southwest of Poland, rests in the heart of the Karkonosze Mountains. With its historic charm and scenic landscapes, this "Deer Mountain" city offers a serene and culturally rich experience to visitors.

Špindlerův Mlýn (20.49 km)

Ksiaz Castle (31.68 km)

Poland's third-largest castle, perched atop a rocky cliff overlooking the picturesque Pełcznica River. With its fascinating history, sumptuous interiors, and sprawling gardens, the castle is a window into the rich tapestry of Silesian nobility.

Adrspach Rocks (31.74 km)

Immerse yourself in the surreal beauty of Adrspach Rocks, a breathtaking sandstone rock city situated in the northeastern Czech Republic.

Grodziec Castle (38.4 km)

Perched atop a basalt hill in Lower Silesia, Poland, Grodziec Castle is a captivating blend of medieval architecture and natural splendor. A fortress with a 1000-year-old history, this castle is a living museum of war, romance, and royalty.

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