Surroundings & activities

In the vicinity of Camping Mirsk many nice places to visit and activities. Curious what to do and see? Click on the images below and discover all possibilities. Camping Mirsk is located in the Dolny Slask province. The nature reserves in the Sudeten (a mountain range in the border area between Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic) are beautiful. There are many architectural monuments and the nature reserve is varied: wooded slopes, rivers, rockeries and waterfalls. It is an ideal area for hikes, mountain tours or bike rides. In winter you can ski on the slopes. The highest peak is the Sniezka (snow head) with a height of 1602 meters. There is a ski lift to the top, which is also open in the summer.

Mirsk

The history of the town of Mirsk (the town 3 km away from the campsite) goes back to the thirteenth century. The municipality of Mirsk was then on an important trade route that stretched from Zittau to Hischberg. From 1884 Mirsk developed into a major producer in the field of cotton and linen, which was even supplied to America at the time. The railway between Mirsk and Gryfow Slaski and later Swieradow Zdroj was very important in this respect. This development continued after World War II. The town has been named since 1946. Today, Mirsk focuses on the tourism sector, in which the surrounding mountains, and the proximity to the Czech border, play an important role.

Book your stay with us,

POLAND | T (0031) (0)6-549 73 902
Camping: Wola Augustowska 41 59-630 Giebultow Mirsk

You can of course rent a pitch for your own caravan or tent. But Camping Mirsk also rents an apartment ‘the tea house’, caravans, folding trailers and bungalow tents. All objects are fully equipped, complete and comfortably furnished and in good condition. You can view the inventory, prices and photos for each type of object. The availability of the objects can be viewed in the availability calendar. You can make a reservation for an object via the online booking form.

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