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The following landscape parks - the Puszcza Solska Landscape Park, the Krasnobrodzki Landscape Park, the Południoworoztoczański Landscape Park constitute the strictest forms of absolute nature protection in the Poviat of Tomaszów. One particulary may marvel at the Poviat's nature reserves considered to be another fine example of nature preservation (floristic: "Skrzypny Ostrów" (with the Polish larch habitat, the Gmina of Tarnawatka), forested: "Jalinka (the Gmina of Lubycza Królewska)", "Lime Forest" in the Bukowiec Uroczysko (the Gmina of Jarczów), "Przecinka" (with the mature beech forest, the Gmina of Rachanie), "Zarośle" (with themature fir forest, the Gmina of Tomaszów), peat: "Nowiny" (the Gmina of Susiec),steppe: "Skarpa Dubożańska" (with the xerothermic vegetation, the Gmina of Tyszowce), geological: "Piekiełko" (a group of 68 quartzitic erratic blocks), landscape reserves: "Nad Tanwią" (the Gmina of Susiec), "Czartowe Pole" (the border between the Gminas of Susiec and Józefów).


Krasnobrodzki Landscape Park (9.390 ha) - established in Central Roztocze in 1988. Its south-eastern part, including the Wapielnia hill, is in the poviat of Tomaszów. The park covers rolling hills up to 350 m above sea level covered with forests (mostly pines and firs) and cut across with deep ravines and parabolic dunes. Many rare species of mountainous plants and peat vegetation are found here.

Południoworoztoczański Landscape Park (20.376 ha) - established in Southern Roztocze in 1989. The area is covered with flattened and forested rolling hills, valleys, ravines and dunes. The highest hills of Poland's Roztocze are here: Długi Goraj (391.5 m), Wielki Dział (390.5 m), and Krągły Goraj (388.7 m). Carpathian beeches and firs are dominant. Among the more common animals are: otter, musk, polecat, badger, weasel, marten, ermine. The park offers many attractive tourist routes including the Molotov Bunkers Trail (blue).

Solska Forest Landscape Park (28,980 ha) - established in 1988. Its most attractive northern part lies in the poviat of Tomaszów and is cut across by numerous rivers that have formed noisy rapids known as "szumy". Beautiful forests and large peat areas are a haven to many rare species of birds and plants. Susiec, which offers the most developed infrastructure for tourists, is accessible diectly from Warsaw and Lublin by rail.


  Nature Reserves Drukuj

"Czartowe Pole" [Devil's Spot] - Established in 1958 in the gmina of Susiec, the nature reserve extends over 63 ha and features the beautiful valley of the river Sopot with magnificent cataracts, fir and pine forests and rich forest duff. The walking trail goes across the nature reserve passing the ruins of an old paper mill owned by the Zamoyski Family.


Las Lipowy in Uroczysko Lipowiec - Established in 1957 in the gmina of Rachanie, this largely unspoilt 12 ha nature reserve is known for a wide variety of forest trees and highly diversified forest duff.


"Nad Tanwią" - Established in 1958 in the gmina of Susiec, this beautiful stretch of land (41.33 ha) covers the lower section of the Tanew and Jeleń rivers with fabulous river banks, river cataracts and a myriad of plants blooming in the valleys. This is also a haven for numerous birds. There is a marked tourist route along the rivers.


"Nowiny" - This unique peat land reserve covering 3.8 ha was established in the gmina of Susiec in 1990. Around the forest lake and peat land in the valley of the river Sopot one can find rare species of flora characteristic to swampy areas.


"Piekiełko" - This strictly protected geological reserve established in the gmina of Tomaszów in 1962 covers an area of 1.24 ha featuring 68 boulders made of sandstone rich in flint. The biggest of them is 10 metres in diameter. Many legends are connected with this mysterious place.


"Przecinka" - This forest reserve was established in the gmina of Rachanie in 1998. The area of 32.91 ha is covered with dense forests with the preponderance of old beechs and hornbeams.


"Skarpa Dobużańska" - Established in the gmina of Tyszowice in 1989, the steppe reserve covers an area of 5.07 ha featuring steep and high banks of the river Huczwa near the village of Dobużek. It is a spot of unique beauty from which tourists can admire a breathtaking view of the largely unspoilt countryside.


"Skrzypny Ostrów" - Established in the gmina of Tarnawatka in 1967, this nature reserve is known for several dozen species of Polish larch trees that are up to 35 m high and 0.5 m wide. It is a unique accumulation of these beautiful trees in Poland.


"Zarośle" - This nature reserve covering an area of 64.02 ha was established in 1998 to protect magnificent fir trees, some of which are over 130 years old. The local forests are widely diversified.


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