The ruins of the Plaveč Castle from the 13th century adorn the top of the hill towering above the wide valley of the Poprad river. It is an ideal place for unique views.
This is a sentry castle built to protect the road leading to Poland and the ford across the river Poprad. It name derives of the tribe of Plavci, which was invited by the kings of Hungary to settle in the boundary areas of the Kingdom in the 12th century. The owners of the castle gradually rebuilt. It was how the castle lost the appearance of the medieval fort. It burnt in 1856 and is in ruins since then. Only remains of the south-eastern walls with round tower exist.
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Skalná ihla je viac známa pod názvom „Čertova skala“ – kamenný výtvor, ktorý je vysoký 12 m a spája sa s ním povesť spojená s výstavbou Ľubovnianskeho hradu. Nachádza sa v nive rieky Poprad asi 2,5 km od obce Chmeľnica. Od roku 1989 je tento prírodný výtvor vyhlásený za prírodnú pamiatku.
Stará Ľubovňa can be proud of its unique medieval army camp in the settlement around the castle presenting a picture of military life of the 16th century. It serves as an ideal place for summer camps, outdoor schools, trips and for all those who want to experience middle ages on their own.
Obec Lenartov sa nachádza v blízkosti slovensko-poľskej hranice. Koncom 19. stor. cez ňu viedla obchodná cesta z Poľska do Galície. Ostali po nej spomienky v podobe studne (prameňa) a zrúcaniny hostinca Kráľova studňa. Dnes v obci pôsobí občianske združenie Kráľova studňa z Lenartova, ktoré sa zaslúžilo aj o výstavbu rozhľadne. Vybudovali ju nad Lenartovom v roku 2011.
Čokoládové kráľovstvo Nestville Chocolate spája výrobňu čokolády s príjemnou čokoládovňou. Ako jediná čokoládovňa v regióne ponúka vynikajúcu chuť kvalitnej čokolády a predstavuje ľuďom históriu, samotné spracovanie a výrobu rôznych čokoládových špecialít.
The tourist attraction of Spišská Magura and the spa Vyšné Ružbachy are several craters.
The only accessible cave in the north-east of Slovakia is the cave Zlá Diera (Bad Hole) near the village Lipovce. Speleological (cave) guides are available for demanding visitors. The basic route takes about 40 minutes. It is not demanding and suitable for children. Solid shoes and warm clothes are recommended (the temperature in the cave moves around 7 degrees of Celsius).
Litmanovská Hora Zvir je mariánskym pútnickým miestom zjavenia Panny Márie. Panna Mária sa tu zjavila dvom dievčatám, vtedy jedenásťročnej Ivete Korčákovej a dvanásťročnej Kataríne Češelkovej v izbičke dreveného zrubu (majdanu), ktorý dodnes stojí na lúke obkolesenej lesom.
In the Branisko mountains, between the village of Lipovce and the settlement of Lačnov, there is a unique 2 km long canyon created by the Lačnov brook. This extremely attractive locality can be found on maps and in the literature under various names; it is most often referred to as the Lačnov Canyon, the Lačnovská Strait or the Lačnovský Stream Strait, but some also call it the Little Slovak Paradise.
The National Park of Pieniny (PIENAP) is the smallest of the Slovak National Parks, but as far as its beauty concerns, it is in no way less beautiful. It is the second oldest Park in Slovakia. It stretches on the border with Poland; the river Dunajec passes through it. It is possible to hire a raft and admire the wonderful scenery of the Park navigating down the river.
V malebnom mestečku Stará Ľubovňa, neďaleko križovatky ciest vedúcich do Poľska, Popradu a Bardejova, pod nádhernou scenériou Ľubovnianskeho hradu sa nachádza Salaš u Franka.
We offer accommodation and traditional meals – we also organise events such as – Shrove Carnival Pig Slaughter, Goulash Festival Branisko, Spiš Folklore Festival, Master Piroh (pasty). Come and enjoy a weekend’s stay at The Shepherd’s Hut!
Slovenská tradícia v kuchyni. Meníme obyčajný obed na skvelé zážitky.
Hotel SOREA ĽUBOVŇA is located in the picturesque valley of Lubovňa Spa on the border of Spišská Magura and Levoča hills, 7 km from Stará Ľubovňa. The region is known with its mineral springs and the hotel provides a wide range of additional sports and relaxation services. WiFi access available in the public areas.
Featuring a sauna, Chata U Jozefa is set in Malý Lipník. Guests benefit from a terrace and a barbecue.
Located in the town of Stará Ľubovňa, set in a historical building and the Lubovna Castle reachable within 1.9 mi, Penzión a Reštaurácia u Jeleňa offers accommodations in rooms, a restaurant, a bar, a terrace, billiards and darts. Free WiFi is available in all areas.
Situated in the centre of Stará Ľubovňa, Penzión Gurmen houses a wine cellar and a restaurant with a bar, and provides air-conditioned rooms.
Situated 1 km from Stará Lubovňa town centre and the Litmanova Skilift reachable within 9 km, Hotel Familia offers en-suite accommodation, a restaurant, a bar and a terrace.
Hotel Mladosť is located in Lipany and features a terrace and a bar. Featuring a 24-hour front desk, this property also provides guests with a restaurant. All rooms have a TV with satellite channels.
The Izabela Thermal Swimming Resort with five outdoor swimming pools (including two children swimming pools) is located in the attractive setting of Vyšné Ružbachy. There is also an indoor thermal swimming pool open throughout the year. The wide range of services includes a balneal programme, a wellness programme and sports facilities.
Miesto, kde sa môžete vyblázniť a zažiť plno adrenalínu. Hrá sa vonku alebo v budove tvaru "h". Počas hry sa používajú aj dymovnice.
The burgher’s house is an urban museum depicting the life of middle-class citizens in Stará Ľubovňa at the end of the 19th century. The exposition gives an insight into furniture style which is retrieved by figures dressed in antique costumes.
On a limestone cliff of 711 m over Stará Ľubovňa in the north-east of Spiš stands Ľubovňa Castle. Rulers met here in the past, it is the place where Polish coronation jewels were hidden and where famous adventurer, noble man and King of Madagascar, Móric Beňovský was imprisoned.
The Museum of Folk Architecture, which is located at the base of the Castle Ľubovňa in northern Slovakia, represents a separate exposition. It features a set of traditional buildings from the surrounding villages, which, coupled with the Castle, gives rise to unique and highly impressive scenery.
The Greek Catholic wooden church of St Cosmo and Damian from 1708 and 1709. It is the log structure consisting of three parts built on stone masonry. The architectural particularity of this church is the overhanging attic on pillars around the building. It is also the only church in Slovakia with a cellar. Baroque elements prevail in its interior. The majority of pieces in the iconostas are from the 18th century, but it also contains icons of the 16th and 17th centuries.
The Roman Catholic wooden church of Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary from 1785. It is a single nave log building which serves to the Roman Catholic believers and those of eastern ritual. Its interior decoration is varied. It contains icons and fragments moved here from the church in Stará Ľubovňa.
The mountain Zvir in Litmanová is a Marian spiritual place of pilgrimages and a place of apparition of the Holy Virgin Mary. The Mother of God appeared to two girls, at that time the 11-year old Iveta Korčáková and the 12-year old Katarína Češelková in a small room of a wooden hay-barn (majdán) which is located there on a meadow surrounded by forests until today.
The Greek Catholic wooden church of St Lucas the Evangelist was built in 1826. It consists of three parts and stands on stone masonry. The iconostas of the 18th century also contains several older icons from the 17th century.
The Greek Catholic wooden church of St Michael the Archangel is from the 18th century. It is a log structure consisting of three parts. Parts of iconostas are from different periods. The lavishly ornamented tsar door is the part that attracts attention. Some pictures of the iconostas are from the 19th century. The icon of Pokrova is from the end of the 18th century. The altar dates to 1716.
The Roman Catholic wooden Church of St Francis of Assisi (Kostol sv. Františka z Assisi) is in 2008, along with seven wooden churches of the Slovak part of Carpathian Mountain Area, it was included on the UNESCO Word Heritage List.