Sport

Being active is good for our health, both physical and emotional, and Poland offers a lot of opportunities in this respect. There is plenty to choose from: hiking (link do Best hiking trails in Poland), cycling (link do Best cycling trails in Poland), swimming, sailing, Nordic walking, fishing (linkdo Fisherman's guide best spots in Poland) and horse riding, to say nothing of extreme sports for adrenaline junkies. Just choose your favourite location or check what is available in your neighbourhood.

Spas and health resorts

Poland offers a range of treatments available in spas and health resorts  scattered all over the country. The spa breaks will leave you both physically and mentally refreshed as their programmers are designed to increase your energy, rejuvenate your body and take you away from the stresses and strains of modern life. Rabka, Ladek Zdroj, Kolobrzeg, Ciechocinek or Polanica are only some examples of the well-loved Polish resorts.

Healthy eating

While Poland is not immune to the fast-food bug, still fresh and delicious local products are not hard to come by. The range of unexpected tastes, like the sharp pungency of mustards plants or the sparkle of fermentation, as well as fresh natural ingredients make the Polish food  special. Raw honey, naturally-grown vegetables and high-quality meat are sure to boost your immune system for a long time. 

Relax and leisure

Feeling stressed? With so many leisure activities in Poland, you will be spoilt for choice. You can unwind with a walk in the woodland, go fishing in crystal-clear lakes and rivers, or try animal watching in any of Poland’s national parks. Or, if you are feeling more energetic, you can go cycling, horse riding, or choose any other activity that will boost your health.

Geocaching

Geocaching has very broad appeal in Poland. The benefits of involvement in geocaching may vary according to a person, but the potential health benefits are immense. It is a great activity that will get you out into the big outdoors, walking and finding caches, and make you interact with your family thus helping you build healthy relationships with them.

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