Nordisk Village Jura
Luxuriously cosy cotton tents, nestled deep in the heart of Poland's Jura mountain range to create an outdoor lover's paradise.
With its expertly chosen locations dotted across the globe, the concept behind Nordisk Village is simple: to combine all the elements of hygge (that popular Danish term for "comfortable and cosy") with a uniquely breathtaking backdrop.
Each Nordisk Village is proudly zero impact; created rather than built. This means everything you'll see on site can be simply dismantled and taken away, leaving a blissfully untouched natural environment behind.
Now, perfectly nestled in the historic heart of Poland's spectacular Jura mountain range, a brand-new element has been added to the Nordisk Village experience, and that's outdoor adventure.
Set amongst towering Jurassic limestone rocks, rugged cliffs, ancient castles, rushing streams, and dense valleys, this is an area that's rich in biodiversity, bursting with plant, insect, and animal life.
It's here that you'll also discover the celebrated Maly Dolomity climbing centre, an idyllic starting point for climbers and hikers who want to get their fill of scenic, fresh air adventure, while escaping the tourist hordes.
As if that wasn't enough, you get to rest your heads in one of five incredibly spacious, breathable cotton tents, each one sleeping between 2-4 guests in a combination of downy double and single beds.
(These are no ordinary camping tents; they include the award-winning, ‘pole-free' Midgard, whose creation was inspired by an ancient Norse design).
Cradled deep in the forest, each tent is interconnected by a woodland path, with easy access to the generous, shared toilet and kitchen facilities on site. With an unrivalled ‘community' atmosphere throughout each Nordisk Village location, you can expect to make many new friends!
So, what will you do with your time? You could start by consulting the friendly on-site team, who are well-versed in the ideal hiking, climbing, or touring routes to suit any ability.
Central to your experience will undoubtedly be the Trail of the Eagle's Nests, a glorious 163km route that connects the historic city of Kraków to Czestochowa, via a wondrous network of hiking trails, climbing rocks, and crags. You'll also spot an array of ancient castles, some of which date as far back as the 14th century, blending over time into the mesmerising rock formations.
(Translation: don't forget your camera!)
With its irresistible combination of wellbeing, adventure, and magnificent landscapes, you're sure to return from Nordisk Village Jura with a brand-new passion for the natural life.
Things to note
Check in after 2pm, check out by 11am.
Region: Hucisko, Zawiercie County
Cost (from): £50 per night
Sleeps: 2-4 per tent
Bedrooms: Open plan
Minimum stay: 2 nights
Property ref: 1399
FacilitiesFive breathable cotton tents, each sleeping 2-4 guests. Each tent is equipped with a combination of single and double beds with bedding. There are shared kitchen, dining, and bathroom facilities on site, along with a small shop for essential supplies.
Walking, hiking, cycling, rock climbing, mountaineering, ancient castles, nature watching.
At a glance
- Five cosy, cutting-edge cotton tents nestled deep in forest land within Poland's breath-taking Jura mountain range, with the famed Maly Dolomity climbing centre close by.
- Fly to Katowice Airport, 28 miles from the resort.
- Each tent sleeps 2-4 guests, with shared bathroom and kitchen facilities close by.
- The location has been specifically chosen for its impressive array of climbing, hiking, and cycling opportunities along the Trail of the Eagle's Nests, an ancient-castle-strewn, 163km route that connects Kraków with Czestochowa.