The horse stud is located in Jaworki – just 6 kilometres from Szczawnica. This is a very picturesque area, in close proximity to four nature preserves - Homole, White Water, High Rocks and Zasalskie-Bodnarówka. Through the preserves, or near them, lead marked hiking, biking and horse riding trails, which are perfect for rides. The Guests of the Stud can take advantage of the wide range of training and recreation.
In a short distance from Szczawnica, you can find two recognizable castles. The first one is Czorsztyn castle from the middle of the fourteenth century, which is located on a rocky hill above Czorsztyn lake, also known as the Sea of Pieniny. The castle was built by King Casimir the Great, and was the seat of royal power. The second castle is a castle in Niedzica, also situated on the Czorsztyn Lake. It was formerly a stronghold of Dunajec Castle, founded at the beginning of the fourteenth century. Most parts of it are well preserved, which makes it one of the most beautiful castles in Poland, being an attraction of Podhale, Pieniny and the Polish Spisz.
Czorsztyn Lake is a beautiful artificial lake located at the foot of the Pieniny, between Niedzica and Czorsztyn. Very scenic location makes it a favourite stop for tourists wandering through the Pieniny range. Czorsztyn artificial lake was formed by damming the Dunajec river, after the construction of the dam in Niedzica. The basic objectives of building the reservoir were protection against flood and fire, but thanks to the creation of the lake, the attractiveness of the region has been significantly raised. In the summer season, cruise ships run on the Czorsztyn Lake, making it easy to know the beautiful surroundings. Beyond the attraction itself, they make it easy for tourists to move between medieval castles standing on the shores of the lake – Dunajec castle in Niedzica and the ruins of the castle in Czorsztyn. Under the walls of both fortress, special harbours for ships were created.
Three Crowns is one of the most beautiful and most visited peaks located in the vicinity of Szczawnica. You can watch the extraordinary panorama of the Dunajec River Gorge and the Pieniny National Park, the Tatras or the Beskid Sądecki. Three Crowns are not the highest peak of the Pieniny – it belongs to the High Massif, located towards the south from Jaworki town. Three Crowns, however, are the most characteristic feature of the Pieniny, with interesting structure, easy-reach and unusual views. Three Crowns are composed of limestone rocks that make up the five alps. Three Crowns area is also a habitat for rare animals and place of occurrence of endangered plants.