The Klub Mila Kamień is located in the western part of Lake Bełdany, near the village of Ruciane-Nida. Within a radius of 35 km there are such towns as Mikołajki (18 km), Pisz (27 km) and Mrągowo (32 km).
Mikołajki is a very cosy and picturesque town in the heart of the Masurian Lake District. The eastern and western parts of Mikołajki are connected by three bridges with beautiful views of the two lakes that connect here – Lake Mikołajskie and Lake Tałty. The town delights with its red brick houses from Prussian times and unique sailing atmosphere. This is an absolutely unique place – all the regular visitors to Masuria, as well as those who visited it only once, agree on that.
The unique charm, incredible landscape and direct proximity to the primeval nature of the Great Masurian Lakes is best admired on board of cruise ships. The Klub Mila Kamień is the only holiday resort in the area, which is also the stop of the White Fleet – that is the cruise ships of the Masurian Shipping (Żegluga Mazurska). Ships sail twice a day from our pier to Mikołajki (11:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.) and Ruciane (11:30 a.m. and 3:10 p.m.).
The Klub Mila Kamień is located at the beginning/end of the most popular kayaking route in Masuria – the route of the Krutynia River with a total length of 91 km. Krutynia is considered to be one of the most attractive waterways in Poland and one of the most beautiful in Europe. It is a very interesting and varied trail. It leads through more than 60 lakes connected by short rivers (streams), which are called the Krutynia River. It runs through the Pisz Forest (Puszcza Piska) and the Masurian Landscape Park.
Approximately 10 km from the Club there is the Wildlife Park in Kadzidłowo, where you can see buffalo, wolves, cranes, bison, Siberian Dybowski deer and a lot of forest birds.
If you want to learn about the ancient traditions of the Galindians – peoples who once lived in the area of the Great Masurian Lakes, you can go on a trip to the Galindia settlement in Iznota, located about 5.5 km away. In the settlement there is an open-air museum with a ritual stone circle, caverns, dungeons of demons, hunger wells, or a labyrinth of Galindians. You can also meet there people in historical costumes, continuing the universal ideas, customs and cults of the former inhabitants of this area.
5 km away from Mikołajki there is a unique nature reserve on Lake Łuknajno, which has the status of a UNESCO biosphere reserve. It protects in particular the extremely rich bird fauna. From the wooden observation tower you can admire mute swans, a dozen or so species of ducks, herons, grebes and a whole lot of smaller mud and water birds.
The picturesque Monastery Complex of Old Believers in Wojnowo is located about 10 km away from the resort.