Ziemia Lubaczowska is a land of wooden churches, stone crosses, fortifications of the Molotov Line and charming hills. Before the war, Poles, Jews, Ruthenians and Germans lived together here, today we will find only traces of them, especially temples of various denominations and necropolises. In the times of the Jagiellonians, the Lubaczów Land was covered with a forest. That's why Jan III Sobieski liked to go hunting here, who liked the area around Horyniec, especially the part with Roztocze. It is very easy to recognize that we have entered the Roztocze part of the Lubaczów Land, because the shape of the land from the flat to the pagoda will change. Such border places, where we pass from the plateau in Roztocze is Radruż, Roztocze begins behind the village near the non-existent Sopot. Another interesting place of passage is the area between Horyniec and Nowiny Horynieckimi. In Polanka Horyniecka, when we go up the hill and pass the characteristic stone pillars, we will know that we have just crossed the gate of Roztocze. The village of Łówcza is a place where the plateau passes into Roztocze, similarly to Płazów.
The last landmark is the village of Huta Różaniecka, where you will also find interesting quarries. Nearby you will also find well-known noise on the Tanwia. This river is also a special border point, because here was the border of the Austrian and Russian annexation, which meant that we would continue to find completely different influences and culture. Even though Bełżec and Lubycza Królewska are now in the Lubelskie Voivodship, and the Lubaczów Land is Podkarpacie, these towns have many connections and we will often go there. An interesting region with diversified construction is also located at the eastern border of Lubaczów, which is also the border between Poland and Ukraine. These are mainly forests with hills near Basznia and Wielkie Oczy. A strip of interesting terrain, which is not visited at all, can also be found in the area of Stare Dzików and Oleszyce near the non-existent village of Miłków with the Ruczałki valley and the Miłkowa hills.
Military enthusiasts will find here very interesting fortifications of the Molotov Line, they are mainly shelters that are often hidden deep in the forest and are scattered all over the Lubaczów Land. For this interesting palaces and manor houses, ruins, abandoned villages, after which only the cemeteries, debris from houses and stone roadside crosses were left. The Lubaczów region is still little known and little visited, which gives you the opportunity to spend your time in peace with a lot of experience. Our application will help you with this. With time, various materials will appear on our website, which will have the task of encouraging escapades and robinsonadas.