Beautiful recreation area close to the Warsaw. Zegrzynskie Lake and the Narew and Bug rivers are charming places for active people as well as families with children.
Directions to Zegrze Lake
Due to its attractive location near the Polish capital and natural beauty, Zalew Zegrzyński is a very popular place of recreation for the residents of Warsaw.
The lake has three wonderful beaches. 'Wild Beach' in Nieporęt, located at the southern edge of the lake, has on-duty lifeguards, equipment rental, changing areas, showers and toilets, and its promenade leads to bicycle and walking paths. The whole area is illuminated and monitored.
Another great place to rest and relax is the beach in Serock, the northern section of the lake; this beach's main attraction is the floating bridge, which also acts as a pier from which to dock boats. There is a playground for children, as well as enough room for beach games and sports. There is also a building with changing rooms, toilets and a parking lot.
Finally, the beach in Wieliszew is one of the largest public beaches on Zegrzyński Lake. It is here that the annual amateur beach volleyball championship is organized, and there are late-night movie marathons right on the beach.
Location: 30 km (19 miles) north of Warsaw, Poland
How to get there from Warsaw:
By Bus ( ZTM)
From Żerań FSO (Warsaw)
bus 705, 734, 735
night bus N63 - to Legionowa and Chotomow
bus 741 from Petla Nowodwory in Warsaw to Chotomow
S9 line - From Dworzec Gdański Train Station in Warasw to Wieliszew Station