Ojcowski National Park

Numerous caves, scenic ravines, rocky passes and spectacular rock formations, the famous “Hercules’ Club”, have been created here by nature. Almost 400 caves are scattered around the park with the Łokietka, Ciemna and Zbójecka caves amongst the biggest.

Basic information
21,46 km²
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Forests, mainly mixed, cover the major part of the park. As for the park’s flora, the most characteristic species are those of high mountain grasses and steno thermal lichen. The insect population is extremely diversified (over 3,300 species) including 1,142 species of beetles and 520 species of butterflies. The caves are a perfect shelter for a multitude of bat species.