The Pliszka Valley

The Pliszka is an non-engineered river close in character to a mountain stream. Its crystalline waters are home to many valuable species of fish, including the brook trout. The natural habitats around the Pliszka, as well as the fauna and flora species of the river are protected under Natura 2000 network. The river is 56 km long and flows into the Oder. The Pliszka’s pristine waters flow through beautiful natural habitats, making the river valley very attractive to seasoned tourists and naturalists. You can book a kayak trip down the Pliszka river. Kayaking is the best way to enjoy the river, although a hike down its banks is also very rewarding.


Lubusz Oder Defile

About the region The area of the seven neighbouring communes located along the Oder and the...

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