The Tratra Mountain range is located in the border region with Slovakia and its wider region occupies a surface of around 175 square kilometres (68 sq mi) on the Polish side. The superior self-catering Tratra Mountains accommodation on offer ensures that no square inch of this poetic and idyllic 'mountain-scape' goes unexplored.
The Tratra Mountains region offers nature, fun and health and well-being highlights whatever the time of year. Visitors can make use of superior ski resorts like Tatranská Lomnica in winter, and wander in the beautiful Carpathian beech and spruce woodland of the Tatra National Park in the milder seasons. Climbers can look forward to an exploration of the peak of Rysy rising to 2503 metres, which can also be reached by a signposted trail dedicated to the most experienced and fittest of hikers. Thanks to quality self-catering Tratra Mountains accommodation, visitors have total freedom to roam, bask in the glorious views, breathe in the purest of mountain air and take in the cultural highlights of this Polish region, too. Visitors interested in folk art and vernacular cultures should not miss the Zakopane Festival of Highland Folklore, usually taking place during the month of August. At any time of year, the freedom of cosy, comfortable and affordable Tratra Mountains holiday homes offers visitors the best possible Tratra experience.