The Beskid Sądecki Mountains are a vast and diverse mountain range. Every tourist who visits here will find something for themselves.
What is worth to see here?
Castle in Rytro – There is not much need for explanation here, as it is a characteristic and highly visible landmark of this town. The castle, although partially in ruins, has undergone renovations in recent years and looks impressive.
Cyrla Shelter - In addition to beautiful views along the hiking trail, the shelter is also known for its excellent food.
Ryterski Ski Resort - For winter sports enthusiasts, there is a ski slope with a ski lift available.
ABlandia Adventure Park – Something for those who enjoy active leeisure time, both for children and adults.
Hiking Trails - If we are fans of hiking, Rytro offers us ample opportunities. From here, we can choose to go to Przehyba or to the highest peak of the Beskid Sądecki - Radziejowa.
Ślimak Viewpoint - it is a unique observation point in the Beskid Sądecki Mountains. The exact location of the viewpoint is Dzielnica Hill in Wola Krogulecka.
Papal Altar in Stary Sącz - is one of the mementos from the extraordinary event - the visit of Pope John Paul II in 1999. The Papal is designed in the style of traditional mountain architecture, reminiscent of shepherd buildings.
Stawy Water Park - is a suggestion for active water recreation in Stary Sącz.
Artistic Mineral Water Pavilion in Piwniczna - We encourage you to enjoy the greatest treasure of Piwniczna - Zdrój, which is the mineral waters. It is a very pleasant place with several tables, a space for artistic performances, and a centrally positiones water intake.
Poprad Valley Rafting - It follows a route of approximately 10 kilometers between the towns of Piwniczna Zdrój and Rytro in the Beskid Sądecki region.