Miedzychod is a small town with a history of more than 600 years. It is located in the west of Poland, on the southern shore of the Warta river, about 75 km west of Poznań. The area around Miedzychod is famous for its unspoiled lakes, and beautiful forests, which include the magnificent Notecka Primeval Forest. In recent years the town’s economy increasingly has relied as a resort for tourism on the surrounding lakes of the Warta valley.There are several very good agrotourist places offering board and lodging and providing tourists with numerous rural attractions – horse and cart rides, horse riding, bonfires, wild boar roasts, shearing sheep or archery.

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