List of facilities and places in the neighbourhood
  • Nature
    Janów
    The cave is located in the “Ostrężnik” nature reserve at the foot of a great pillar of rock, on top of which there are the remnants of a medieval castle.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Janów
    The cave is located in the “Ostrężnik” nature reserve at the foot of a great pillar of rock, on top of which there are the remnants of a medieval castle.
  • Nature
    Niegowa
    The longest cave yet discovered in the Polish Jura is the Wierna Cave, whose total length of the corridors is more than 1 km. The Wierna Cave is located in Ostrężnik, a small hamlet of the village of Trzebniów, situated within the commune of Niegowa. It was discovered in the early 1990s. Speleologists are delighted with its size and rich cave formations. The Wierna Cave is occasionally accessible to cavers.
  • Nature
    Złoty Potok
    “Diabelskie Mosty” (Devil's Bridges), located in the valley area of the Wiercica river valley (about 4 km from Złoty Potok), is a conspicuous, 15-meter-tall rocky outcrop. The rock is cut by deep slits, and in its top part there is a spacious cavity with a length of about 8 meters, forming a tunnel. Legends associate the Devil's Bridges with sorcerer Twardowski. It is also a place of the successful guerrilla action of the Home Army of 9 November 1944 - the assassination of the so called Bloody Julek.
  • Actively
    Diabelskie Mosty, znajdujące się w rejonie doliny Wiercicy (ok. 4 km od Złotego Potoku) to charakterystyczny, wysoki na 15 m ostaniec skalny. Skała porozcinana jest głębokimi szczelinami, a w jej górnej partii znajduje się obszerne wydrążenie o długości ok. 8 metrów, tworzące tunel. Legendy wiążą Diabelskie Mosty z postacią czarnoksiężnika Twardowskiego. Jest to także miejsce udanej akcji partyzanckiej Armii Krajowej, z 9 listopada 1944 r. - zamachu na tzw. Krwawego Julka.
  • Nature
    Złoty Potok
    "Parkowe" is a forest and landscape reserve, just south of Złoty Potok. The most picturesque part of the Wiercica river valley, with rock formations, springs, streams and man-made ponds occupies a protected area of over 155 hectares. Almost the entire reserve is forested. In this area we will also encounter a few monuments. A lot of hiking trails, including Eagles' Nests Trail runs through the reserve.
  • Nature
    Złoty Potok
    Brama Twardowskiego (Twardowski Gate) is a rock form, resembling an ogival gate, located in a picturesque area of the Wiercica river valley, a few miles from Złoty Potok. This rock, with a height of 4 m, is considered one of the most beautiful rocky outcrops of the Kraków-Częstochowa. This landmark of the northern part of the Polish Jura was named after Zygmunt Krasiński himself. While staying in Złoty Potok in the summer of 1857, Krasiński visited the area in some detail, and by the way gave the names of many of the local peculiarities.
  • Nature
    Złoty Potok
    Kompleks źródliskowy Zygmunta i Elżbiety w Złotym Potoku to zespoły źródeł oddalone od siebie o kilkadziesiąt metrów a nazwę nadał im od imion swoich dzieci przebywający tutaj z rodziną w 1857 r. poeta polskiego romantyzmu Zygmunt Krasiński. Wypływające z kilkunastu szczelin potoki są dodatkowo zasilanie licznymi źródłami korytowymi. Źródła mają charakter szczelinowo-krasowy. Są to źródła spływowe, związane wyłącznie z wapieniami skalistymi. Próżniami krasowymi woda przepływa bardzo szybko, stąd źródła mają zmienną wydajność.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Złoty Potok
    The building of Rybaczówka, erected in the interwar years, in 1935, served as a mountain hostel of the Polish Tatra Society until the end of the Second World War. It is associated with the trout farm of the Raczynskis, which was once the first trout farm in Europe. The building was put up at the initiative of Count Aleksander Raczyński, who was known as a passionate of tourism. The building, alternately devastated and renovated during the communist period and neglected in the years after the fall of communism, is waiting for its revitalization. Currently, it is being used by the Silesian Agricultural Advisory Center in Częstochowa and for tourism purpose.
  • Nature
    Złoty Potok
    Ostoja Złotopotocka (The Złoty Potok Refuge) is one of the areas included in the Natura 2000 network. It covers more than 2748 hectares of land, with a number of valuable natural places. The Refuge comprises both reserves and natural monuments. It is also a scenic area, which is a destination of sightseeing excursions, through which several Jurassic hiking trails run, including the Trail of the Eagles' Nests in the lead.