|Bieszczady National Park||National parks||4km|
|Cave in Rosolin||Caves||10km|
The highest peak of the mountain range Bieszczady is Tarnica (1346 m) . It is well-visible as a massive metal cross was installed on its top. The mountain range is characterized by ridge meadows elevated 1100 meters above sea level.
Much of the mountain range was recognised as the national park (in 1973) . The park is known a lot of wildlife -you can come across bears, wild cats, wolves, foxes, otters, badgers, etc. Mountain meadows are the habitat to rare species of plants. Morphologically, the area is mostly formed of sandstone and slate, and there are "rock seas" on the ridges and in the upper parts of the hills.
The political development after the Second World War influenced the development of the region. The majority of people were displaced. The result was 84 abandoned villages and more than 80% of the Bieszczady territory was uninhabited for many years. After 1955, restoration of the region began. The villages were brought to life and sheep breeding has developed. The interest in the Bieszczady is increasing, as there are marked trails which are interesting and pleasant. The region is recommendable for winter holiday as well since there are excellent ski terrains in Bieszczady. One of the major tourist attractions in this region is the Bieszczady Forest Railway . .