Acommodation in the center of Zdiar

Ždiar  is an ethnographicallyimportant, typical village which consists of numerous settlementsbellow the Belianske Tatry. It was founded in the 17th century, whenthe "Gorals" (highlanders) settled here. The village is adorned withoriginal wooden houses with closed yards and typical coloredornamentation. Also for The village enjoyment is surviving folklore andcrafts (textures and wood products), and the inhabitants are known tostill wear the local folk costumes on special occasions.

Opportunities for hiking

The ethnographic museumŽdiarsky dom (House of Ždiar), built in the traditional style of locallog cabins, has an interior illustrative of what local life was like. The Zamagurie Region has an impressivelandscape between Spišská Magura, the Polishborder and The 1ubovnianska Highlands. Plenty of natural beauties andunique folk architecture are to be seen here. Great possibilities forhikingA house in and skiing are at SpišskáMagura, Pieniny and the Lubovnianska Highlands.

On the rivers Poprad and Dunajec, one canparticipate in abundance of water sports, swimming and fishing. Thecenter Jezersko with connection the Ždiar-Bachledova Valley andŽdiar-Strednica boasts excellent ski terrain.
Belianske Tatry is the smallest mountain rangewithin the Tatra system, about 14 km long. From the High Tatras it isdivided by Kopské sedlo. The highest peak is The Havran(2152 m), with plenty of marked paths in the environs. TheMuráo massif (1862 m) and Nový vrch (1999 m) lieon the territory of the Natural reserve Javorina. Extraordinary richmountain flora and a great number of karst formations abound here. Inthe vicinity of the village Tatranská Kotlina lies themajestic Belianska Cave.