Check the list of places worth visiting in the vicinity of Camping EKODAR (Dobrzany commune)
- it is worth visiting an early medieval settlement dating from the 10th – 11th century, located to the west of the town of Dobrzan. Access via the road in the direction of Kępno. In the vicinity of the settlement there is an embankment on the eastern side (right next to the forest border). It is a popular mainstay for cranes.
- on the Pęzinki river on the eastern side of the former Młyński pond, it is worth visiting the scarp over which Stone Age tools were discovered. There is also a viewpoint over the Pęzinka river valley, which is a refuge for birds and game.
- there is a park on the school grounds, which is the site of the old cemetery (open until the end of the 19th century) with traces of the oldest settlement in this region.
- in the southern part of the city, near the Pęzinka river, there is the so-called “park on the river”, which can be reached by ul. Parkowa. You can find here traces of settlement from the Bronze Age and an area for natural and historical revitalization.
- along the eastern shore of Lake Szadzkie, traces of early medieval settlement can be found, e.g. the Długa Szyja peninsula, the Wenedów forest, a fortified settlement with a suburb at the mouth of the Pęzinka river into the lake.
- it is worth visiting old churches with interesting architecture, e.g. in the following towns: Biała, Lutkowo, Kępno, Odargowo, Ognica, Bytów and Krzemień.
- in the vicinity of Biała there is the largest concentration of stork nests, on average 15 – 20 inhabited during the breeding season.
- there is an ecological site to the east of Biała.
- in the nearby area there is the so-called “Wyszków Góra”, consisting of two moraine hills separated by a deep gorge. The hill is an ideal vantage point over the nearby parks and forests.
- worth visiting is the old mill, the palace revitalized after the former state-owned farm, the nearby lake, ponds, postglacial relief and forests.
- a barrow burial mound from the Bronze Age.
- a palace and park complex entered in the register of monuments, covering an area of approximately 4 ha (built in the English style) – dating back to the beginning of the 19th century. A stone fence wall and a rich tree stand (Canadian Christmas tree, silver linden, common beech and small-leaved linden) have been preserved. The palace was built in 1870. The entire facility is open to the public.
- in the village, it is worth visiting a stone and brick church from the 16th century with interesting stained glass windows.
- Two old lime trees (monuments of nature) grow in Krzemień.
- Krzemień is located on the lake of the same name, which is a large water reservoir with an area of 280 ha, second class of water purity. The lake is surrounded by beautiful forests and ecological lands, where you can meet beavers and white-tailed eagles.
- on the lake you can practice water sports, fishing and other water recreation.
- the area of the Iński Landscape Park. Krzemień is considered a good starting point for cycling trips among forests and glacial landforms.
- on the southern shore there is an unguarded bathing area, piers, wild beach and forest.
- included in the Iński Landscape Park, where you can meet beavers and bison.
- a beech forest and a forester’s lodge (agritourism).
- unique trees, the so-called “south of Europe”.
- two magnificent specimens with fruiting bodies similar to flowering tulips and a leaf shape not found in our latitude.
- Forester’s lodge Kielno (agritourism).
- worth visiting remains of the ruins of the Graphite castles guarding the southern border of the Duchy of West Pomerania with the New Marchia.
- as part of the ruins of the castle, you can see deep moats, steep slopes of ramparts or enter the viewpoint on Lake Szadzkie.
- preserved church ruins from the 16th century, next to which a 500-year-old lime grows.