The heart of the Świętokrzyskie Mountains, which captivates residents and tourists, beats in Masłów commune. It is a combination of mountainous ranges covered with forests and picturesque fields. Against their background, small planes and parachutists can be seen. For years, Masłów commune has inspired writers, poets, painters and photographers.
Welcome to Masłów commune, where culture meets passion and beauty comes from nature!
In Masłów commune beats the heart of the Świętokrzyskie Mountains that captivates residents and tourists. It is a combination of mountainous ranges covered with forests and picturesque fields. Against their background, small planes and parachutists can be seen.
It was in Masłów that St. John Paul II received the honorary title of Świętokrzyskie Mountains guide. “The Świętokrzyskie Mountains are dear to me because they are the land of the Holy Cross. A monument unveiled on the 25th anniversary of the celebration of the holy mass forms today a reminder of this event.
The strength of the Masłów commune is the community that builds it. It is created by its residents who are hospitable and kind. It is not without reason that tourists return here because they find in Masłów commune everything they need for active leisure. There are many hiking trails of different difficulty levels encouraging to walking. One of them leads, for example, to the mysterious Devil’s Stone on Klonówka Mountain, another to Wola Kopcowa, where an educational complex full of attractions for children wishing to observe nature has been built at Lake Cedzyna. Regional heritage and folk culture is one of the commune’s main assets. This can be seen during the traditional blessing of food on Easter Saturday or the Commune Harvest Festival. Both events take place in Ciekoty in the area of the “Szklany Dom” Education and Culture Centre which offers a rich cultural programme and a bicycle rental.
For years, Masłów commune has inspired writers, poets, painters and photographers.