The landscape elements of the Cracow-Częstochowa Jurassic Highlands form an ideal composition. They are rich in caves, green valleys, lofty hills, limestone rocks and clear karst springs. The pearl of the region is the Ojców National Park (the smallest national park in Poland), which dates back to 1956. Its adornments are unique rock formations with intriguing names: The Hercules Mace - near the castle in Pieskowa Skała and the Deotyma Needle. Nearby, you will also come across caves, the most interesting of which are the Łokietek's Cave and the Dark Cave. The later belongs to one of the most valuable archaeological sites in Poland - traces of human presence dating back 115,000 years have been found there!