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Air and Springs with Exceptional Properties


The climate of Rymanów-Zdrój combines features of mountain and maritime climates, for which this Subcarpathian spa is famous, positively affecting health. The clean air of the Low Beskids, saturated with therapeutic essential oils and iodine, supports convalescence processes.


MB_201507_002.webp [406.86 KB] Springs in Rymanów-Zdrój, photo by M. Bosek

One cannot speak of Rymanów-Zdrój without mentioning its mineral waters, which are a treasure not only of the Subcarpathian region but also among the healthiest in Poland. They attract not only tourists but also people seeking natural health sources. The springs of Rymanów are characterized by a unique mineral composition, including various elements such as sulfur, iodine, bromine, fluoride, magnesium, calcium, and many others. These components give the mineral waters specific therapeutic properties that have been used for rehabilitation purposes for centuries.



The water from Rymanów's springs is known primarily for its relaxing and analgesic effects. Baths in these waters can positively affect the musculoskeletal system, reduce tension, and improve joint flexibility. Moreover, minerals present in Rymanów's waters support skin regeneration processes, have a beneficial effect on the circulatory system, and can assist in treating dermatological diseases.


Admiring the charming landscapes of Rymanów-Zdrój while benefiting from the beneficial properties of the local mineral waters, visitors have the opportunity for complete relaxation and regeneration. This spa town in the Low Beskids becomes not only an oasis of peace but also a center for health and body balance.



Landscape and Wild Nature of the Low Beskids


The charm of Rymanów-Zdrój lies in the green and mountainous scenery of the Beskids. The spa is an excellent base for hiking and cycling tourism. Picturesque views, numerous tourist trails of the Low Beskids, and wild nature encourage walks and contemplation of nature not only for lovers of active recreation.


For hiking and cycling escapades, trails and walking paths around Rymanów-Zdrój, friendly also for families with children, invite visitors, like the Beskid Courier Trail "Jaga-Kora," a reconstruction of the famous courier trail of the Main Command of the Home Army or the green trail connecting Rymanów-Zdrój with Iwonicz-Zdrój, leading through the scenic Przymiarki Range, from which, in good weather, one can see the Tatra Mountains.

Paulina_Jakubczyk_Przymiarki_5249.webp [643.29 KB] Scenic Przymiarki Range, photo by P. Jakubczyk



Monuments and Wooden Architecture of Rymanów-Zdrój and Its Vicinity


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The history of Rymanów-Zdrój is visible in its historic architecture. The main attraction of the locality is the spa architecture inspired by the Tyrolean style. Wooden villas and guesthouses from the 19th century, like Providence, Dove, Zofia, or the wooden villa Maria, formerly known as the House under the Mother of God, create a unique atmosphere of Rymanów-Zdrój. The construction is also on the Subcarpathian Wooden Architecture Trail.




In the vicinity, one can also visit the village of Bałucianka with its historic Lemko church from the 17th century. There are many more remnants of the Lemko population in the Low Beskids. The surrounding trails of the Low Beskids and walking paths, like the one from Rymanów-Zdrój to Wołtuszowa – a Lemko village that no longer exists today, also invite exploration.


Moreover, the monuments located in neighboring Rymanów attract not only history enthusiasts. The city's cemetery in Rymanów is the final resting place for the famous tzadiks Menachem Mendel and Tzvi Hirsch, visited by Jews from all over the world. Near Rymanów's market square, there are also restored ruins of an 18th-century synagogue.



Cuisine of the Low Beskids


The spa is not only about healing waters but also the flavors of the region. The Beskid cuisine, rich in traditional dishes, will delight tourists' palates. Near the spa, in Rymanów at the restaurant Jaś-Wędrowniczek, one can taste dishes such as Rymanów tripe or Lemko fuczki. Meanwhile, in the Carpathian Inn in Zarszyn, connoisseurs of regional cuisine will enjoy fuczki in cream, knysze with potatoes and wild garlic. These culinary proposals will delight not only spa-goers but also hikers descending from the trails of the Low Beskids.


Subcarpathian Spa for Children


Rymanów-Zdrój is also an ideal place for families with children. The spa offers numerous attractions for the youngest, as well as the possibility of treating pediatric ailments. Children staying here have access to swimming areas, pools by the Tabor river, and schools at various educational levels. Thus, the Rymanów spa in the Low Beskids is known as the Subcarpathian capital for children.


_DSC7384_Beskid Niski. Rymanów-Zdrój. fot. Michał Bosek-UMWP.webp [234.55 KB] Water Theater in Rymanów-Zdrój, photo by M. Bosek

Healing Silence and Peace


Rymanów-Zdrój is an oasis of silence and peace. Its location in the Low Beskids guarantees separation from urban noise, allowing for complete regeneration and relaxation. The sounds of nature and clean air create a unique atmosphere conducive to calming and relaxing.


Rymanów-Zdrój is not only a spa but a true gem for lovers of nature, history, and active leisure. The scenery of the Low Beskids, the therapeutic properties of mineral waters, architecture, and Beskid cuisine make this place attract tourists seeking experiences and sensations.




Places worth seeing nearby Rymanów-Zdrój:

ruins of an 18th century synagogue,

village of Bałucianka near Rymanów, with a wooden tserkov from the 1600s and belfry from the 1800s,

Museum of Oil and Gas Industry in Bóbrka

Podkarpackie Museum in Krosno

Museum of Crafts in Krosno

Private Museum of Podkarpackie Battlefields in Krosno

  • 19th century brick manor house,

  • spa park, with pump room,

  • church of St. Lawrence from 1779,

  • church of St. Stanislaus, the Bishop and Martyr,

  • small exposition honouring Dr. Bielecki, located in his family home,

  • Franciscan Church with the chapel of the Oświęcim family in Krosno



Photo: Gabriela Joniec