Nature monuments

Little-leaf Linden – (Tilia cordata i Tilia platyphyllos) these exceptional nature monuments may be admired next to the orthodox churches in Andrzejówka and Leluchów, as well as by Linden Alley between the church and the cemetery in Muszyna – trees are at the age of c. 200.
Sightseeing: publicly available attractions

Uroczysko Szczawnik – the monument comprises a well preserved fragment of the Carpathian primeval forest of the area of over 8,24 ha (fir-beech trees). It is a tourist attraction and it has educational value. Trees are at the age of c. 170.
Location: on the trail from Szczawnik to Bacówka nad Wierchomlą
Sightseeing: publicly available attraction  

Czarna Młaka – it is a picturesque mountainous pond of a natural origin with the area of 0,3 ha. Its creation is associated with relatively young landslide processes. There are plant communities typical of marshy areas. Młaka is an integral part of the landscape and a unique structure in this part of the country and mountains.
Location: Powroźnik on the north-eastern slope of one of the hills over Muszynka stream, at a distance of c. 1,5 km from the streambed. It is reached through the black trail. The trail starts near the bus stop in the area of the bridge over Muszynka stream which leads to Jastrzębik.
Sightseeing: publicly available attraction

Mofetta – it is the place of a cold (below 100oC) volcanic exhalation, consisted mainly of carbon dioxide. This monument of an inanimate nature, which is named after Prof. Henryk Świdziński, is the biggest and the most effective mofetta in Poland and one of the few mofettas in Europe. Different size CO2 bubbles are constantly produced with variable frequency during day and night in several points on the surface of almost 25 m2. Therefore, local people say that this is the place where the devil’s breath is visible.
Location: by the main road on the border of Złockie and Jastrzębik
Sightseeing: publicly available attraction

“Iwona” Spring  - this water is tasty and refreshing. The presence of limestone travertine below the spring, coloured red due to the ferrous compounds which precipitate at the mineral water, is its additional asset.
Location: the spring is in Jastrzębik. It is situated in the meadow, at the edge of the forest, on the right side of Wielki stream valley, being a left-bank tributary of Jastrzębik stream.
Location: publicly available attraction

“Za Cerkwią” (“Behind the Orthodox Church”) Spring – the water is available in a full-year, publicly available draw-off point which is located behind the orthodox church in Szczawnik. Draw-off point is roofed, marked and equipped with information boards.
Location: the spring is in Szczawnik, in the meadow next to houses, 50 m behind the orthodox church
Sightseeing: publicly available attraction