Zakopane holiday home accommodation is set in a year-round adventure destination. In the winter the resort becomes the epicentre of Poland’s winter sport scene, with a wealth of runs, off-piste and cross-country skiing available here. The main ski centres close to Zakopane self-catering apartments include Kasprowy Wierch, Nosal, Butorowy Wierch and Polana Szymoszkowa, with yet more to find close by. The ski centre at Kasprowy Wierch sits high atop the mountain of the same name and can be reached via an aerial tramway, which has recently reopened after a period of renovation. Gubalowka hill is also close to Zakopane holiday homes and offers a number of runs, as well as stunning views of the wider Tatra landscape. In the summer the region around Zakopane holiday homes transforms into a hotspot for all kinds of outdoor activities. Climbing in the High Tatras is one of the most popular pursuits here, and people from across the continent flock to the area to test their mettle on the cliffs and slopes here. The stunning natural scenery all around Zakopane self-catering accommodation can be explored on foot, by mountain bike or even on horseback. Morskie Oko Lake, which sits at an elevation on 1395 metres is well worth seeing thanks to its spellbinding beauty, with steep wooded mountains surrounding a sheet of sparkling blue water. Many visitors to holiday rentals in Zakopane choose head off into the hills to observe a stunning variety of wildlife, including eagles, marmots and chamois.
Weather If you head for a Zakopane self-catering apartment in mid-winter you’ll find plenty of snow, and temperatures that average -5. Meanwhile summers bring lovely warm weather.
Best Time to Visit If you’re in search of some first class skiing then it’s best to be at a Zakopane holiday rental between December and February.
Reaching Zakopane Zakopane self-catering holiday homes and apartments are just over 90 minutes away from Krakow Balice airport (KRK).