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The Weather in Mikołajki
Check out the climate diagram for Mikolajki. This year, June will have the highest average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under -4° in January. The rainiest month is June, while the driest month is December.
Discover Poland with a holiday letting in Mikołajki
Situated directly on the great Masurian Lakes, this small town is a long-standing favourite with water sports enthusiasts and holidaymakers, and is known as the 'Pearl of the Masuria' for its natural beauty and appealing cultural life. From summer regattas to lively nightlife offerings, there is much to discover when you choose your holiday home in Mikołajki.
Going out in Mikołajki
Spending an evening out is a great way to experience the culture of the area, meet locals and let your hair down. Mikołajki is famous for its Sailor's Village, where spirited entertainment takes place every night at its two most popular taverns: Lady Mary and Pod Zlamanym Pagajem. Savour a cold beer and join in with the sea shanties sung by the modern day mariners.
Events near to Mikołajki
Giżycko is home to a number of great cultural events, all year round. Highlights include the Ukrainian Culture Festival, folk events like the Rydzweo Picnic, Midsummer night and the Folk Artist Festival in nearby Wydminy. Drink in the unique atmosphere of poetry meetings at the windmill in Gradzkie, or enjoy the Masurian Jazz fiesta and traditional song festival. There's even an open-air dance party, and annual vintage and military motorbike celebrations.
This idyllic harbour sits alongside shimmering blue waters, surrounded by gently rolling countryside. Majestic tall ships with traditional rigging populate the harbour, next to sun-drenched docks and elegant restaurants and bars. Take a boat out yourself or relax in a hammock - either option makes for an ideal summer afternoon's activity.
Western Villege "Mrongoville" in Mrągowo
Live out your cowboy fantasy at this western-themed centre for horseback riding. A fully immersive experience, complete with cast and saloons, you can also do a bungee ride or try your hand at the mechanical bull rodeo. There's even a miniature zoo filled with animals indigenous to the wild west, and an archery range.
Day trip to Giżycko
Giżycko is a charming historic town set amidst an area of stunning natural beauty. It sits between Lake Mamry and Lake Niegocin, which form part of the Masurian Lake region. Use the town as a starting point for an expedition around the lakes, on which you can enjoy a leisurely afternoon of boating, or more exhilarating water sports such as windsurfing.
This impressive glacial lake stretches for five km and is home to a sculpture of the 'fish king', the legendary king of Masuria. It is connected to several other lakes, and is flanked by the stunning Pisz Forest. You'll find a range of birds nesting here, from the Eurasian bittern to the black-throated loon, which are best observed from your own small vessel.
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