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The Horse Riding Centre - The Agritouristm Farm "Ranczo Adama" (“Adam’s Rancho”) in Pewlia Ślemieńska

The agritouristm farm called "Rancho Adama" (“Adam’s Rancho”) is located in picturesque Pewlia Ślemieńska. It is a well prepared agritourism farm, which has up to 80 beds and catering facilities at its disposal. The location in the woods of the Beskids ensures quiet and relaxation for those who wish to have a restful time. Enthusiasts of active leisure are offered Hutsul horses, a tennis court, a beach volleyball pitch and an outdoor swimming pool.

ulica Podgórska 83
34-331 Pewel Ślemieńska
Beskidy i Śląsk Cieszyński
w górach, na wsi
: 506383244, 504058507
: gg 6077899
Informacje ogólne
: jazda konna, paintball
: whole year

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The sanctuary called “Jasna Górka” situated within the property of the parish in Ślemień, which is located amid picturesque hills of the Pewelskie Mountain Range, is a pilgrimage destination in the land of Żywiec. This center of Marian cult, famous for miracles and the venerated image, has been known for a very long time. Pilgrims have come here not only from the Polish lands, but also from Slovakia and Moravia. The image of Our Lady is a nineteenth-century copy of the Częstochowa icon painted by Błażej Luks.
The Church of Saint Andrew in Gilowice, in the district of Żywiec, until the mid-eighteenth century, stood in Żywiec in the village of Rychwałd, known today as the Marian shrine. The construction of the temple was completed in 1545, and it was consecrated in 1547 by Bishop Erasmus Ciołek. The founder of the church was probably Krzysztof Komorowski. In 1756, this church was moved to Gilowice, where it was added to the tower, which had stood here before.
The village of Ślemień lies in the valley of the Łękawka stream, which separates the southern slopes of the Little Beskids from the Pewelskie Range of the Little Beskids. The beginnings of settlement in these areas date to the thirteenth century. One of the monuments of the village is the church of Saint John the Baptist, which was built in the mid-nineteenth century. This building is not the first the local church, but stands on the site of the earlier wooden shrines successively constructed here.
Ślemień is a large Beskid village situated to the east of Żywiec. It can boast of its colorful history including one industrial episode. In the 18th century, for a short period of time, a smelter operated in the capital of the Ślemień state. The smelter was used to smelt iron from the bog ores. To this day, stone ruins of the smelter have remained in the vicinity of the parish church.
Rychwałd is a village just a few kilometers north-east of Żywiec, and it is one of the oldest settlements in the vicinity of the city. Beautifully situated Rychwałd is known primarily for the local shrine of Our Lady, whose image, for centuries considered miraculous, can be found inside the eighteenth-century Baroque church of Saint Nicholas. Additionally, the church is worth a visit because of the beautiful interior design combining the Baroque and Rococo styles.
Rychwałd is a village situated near Żywiec. It lies in a picturesque mountainous area of the Pewelski Range, which is the westernmost part of the Makowski Beskid. In the village itself and its surroundings, there are are a few sights worth seeing, which primarily include the local shrine and the manor house, built in the first half of the nineteenth century. The manor house was renovated at the beginning of this century. Currently, it serves as a leisure center.
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