This small town in Sącz region is not only a place of production of the legendary “Łącka Śliwowica”. This beautiful and somewhat unusual region of the Beskids in which the slopes of the mountains are overgrown with fruit orchards is a great starting point for the Beskid Wysoki and Pieniny mountains, especially if we have our own means of transport. Near from there practically everywhere – to reach Niedzica, Czorsztyn or Szczawnica we do not necessarily have to sleep in the centers of the most touristy towns.
Łącka Śliwowica is nothing more than a kind of moonshine produced from specially selected and selected fruits, whose production and trade in Poland is forbidden.
In 1992, this alcohol was recognized as an intangible cultural asset.
Probably in the village of Maszkowice next to Łącko, the famous Zyndram was born, the most famous knight near Zawiszy Czarnego from the battle of Grunwald.
Photo gallery from 2009: