Our clinic together with the Krojanty Manor House reaching back to XVIII and XIX century is surrounded by hectares of old park and on the West hundred hectares of national forests ideal for walks and trips.
Krojanty is a village located in the heart of Tucholo Forest, five kilometers from the National Park and only several kilometers from Charzykowski lake.
Location enables to go for a walk but also trips with a coach, horse rides or bike trips. The biosphere reserve in our area guarantees a unique microclimate but also guarantees renewal of physical strength and mental relaxation.
Tuchola Forest is one of the biggest forest areas not only in Poland but also in Europe. It spreads out on the area of Charzykowska and Tucholska plain in the basin of Wda and central and upper Brda.
This area owns its beauty thanks to the last Baltic glaciation.
The dominating form of the region is the sandy plain at the moment covered with a pine forest. The topography has numerous lakes are river valleys but also hills dunes. Landscapes, huge forest areas and the presence of many unique species of flora (pines, oak, hornbeams, asps, bitches, yews) and fauna (white-tailed eagle, western capercaillie, common crane, gray heron, otters) decided to test the Tuchola Forest and next future World's Biosphere Reserve.
This incredible protection system at the moment is created by Zaborski Landscape Park, Tucholski Landscape Park, Wdzydzki Landscape Park and National Park Tuchola Forest, created in 1996 in the area of 4789,34 ha. Forests are taking 79% of this area while water 11%.
The protection zone of the Park is 10292 ha.
The park includes the North-West part of Tuchola forests located on the Charzykowska plain. It has been isolated from Zaborski Landscape Park.
The central part of the National Park is the Seven Lakes. It is a string of seven ribbon lakes: Ostrowite, Zielone, Jeleń, Bełczak, Główka, Płęsno, Skrzynka, and Mielnica.
Tuchola Forest region enables to spend time on active relaxation at the allowing to perform water sports (Sailing, kayaking) as well as walking and bike tourism.
Tuchola Forest is a wealth of natural assets and anthropogenic e.g. Stone Circles in Odry or unique architecture monument of hydro techniques modeled on Roman antique constructions-– aqueduct in Fojutowo.