Pawilon Sportowo Turystyczny Kalwarianka


The Kalwarianka Sports and Tourist Centre is located in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, a picturesque town at the foot of the Żar mountain, ca. 750 metres from the Bernardines Monastery. In 1999, the monastery complex was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site List. Our centre is situated in a quiet area, away from busy roads. Yet, our facility is only 200 metres away from the town centre. Kalwarianka is surrounded by greenery and in the direct vincinity, there is the best sports and recreation centre in the area. With such cities as Cracow, Wadowice, Zakopane or Oświęcim nearby, Kalwaria Zebrzydowska is the perfect starting point. There is a free parking lot for all our guests. The facility is disabled-friendly.


Our facility has 53 beds in rooms with various standards. We have single rooms, double rooms and triple rooms (apartments). Each room has a TV, balcony access and its own bathroom with a shower. Every room at our hotel has a cosy atmosphere and unique furnishing, different from other rooms in our centre. Some of our rooms are equipped with air conditioning system. Our guests have a common, fully equipped kitchenette at their disposal. Our facility offers free, private parking lot and Wi-Fi access.


With many sports amenities, our guests have many active leisure opportunities to choose from. At our sports venue it is possible to organise championships, tournaments, trainings and other sports and leisure events. Our amenities can serve as excellent training grounds for schools and sports clubs, as well as for professional athletes.
Our modern sports centre houses a stadium with ca. 2000 seats for spectators, six 400-metre running tracks with synthetic surfacing, a long jump and triple jump track, a basketball court and two tennis courts.
Next to the Hotel, there is a multi-functional “Orlik” stadium with a basketball court, volleyball court, football pitch, outdoor gym and skate park. During winter season, the “White Orlik” ice rink is available.
Moreover, we have both traditional and electric bikes for hire. You can try them out on the bicycle route which starts at the “Orlik” stadium.
All the facilities are fenced and under surveillance for your safety, which is especially important for our youngest guests. The facilities can be used both for professional trainings by schools and sports clubs, as well as for recreation purposes by our guests.
We offer a full-board option for groups.




Our facility has a Club Hall located on the first floor of the building, which can accommodate around 70 people. Our guests have the opportunity to organise various meetings and presentations. You can arrange the seats for spectators freely (chairs and tables are available).
You can also rent our Cinema Hall (150 metres away from the Centre) to hold meetings, lectures, presentations, conferences and other cultural and educational events. The Hall has 258 seats and is equipped with a professional sound system, stage lighting, large screen projector, DVD player, audio CD player, computer connections (presentations, MP3 files) and professional speakers (including conference speakers), wireless microphones and monitors.

In the area of our Centre, there are:

– traditional and electric rental,
– sports gear rental (badminton, basketballs, footballs and volleyballs, darts),
– tennis courts with gear rental,
– during winter season: White Orlik ice rink with gear rental,
– table tennis,
– vending machines,
– campfire site



Phone: 33 876 61 00 


Our Centre can be an excellent starting point for those who wish to do some sightseeing in southern Poland or are on a pilgrimage to famous religious centres, starting from the Monastery in Kalwaria, through Wadowice and Łagiewniki to Ludźmierz. 


The architectural and park landscape complex consists of the Bernardines Monastery with the St. Mary of Angels Basilica and the Way of the Cross modeled after the one in Jerusalem. The whole complex is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. The most important part inside the Basilica is the chapel with the revered, miraculous image of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Kalwaria.  Participation in the Passion Play celebrated during the Holy Week is an unforgettable spiritual experience. 

– WADOWICE (15 kilometers)

Wadowice is the papal town, the birthplace of the John Paul II, one of the most prominent and important figures of the 20th century. The biggest tourist attractions of Wadowice are the Museum at the Pope’s Family Home and the Basilica where he used to pray.


A picturesque town located on the Lanckorona Hill. In Lanckorona time goes slowly. The atmosphere of the town is worth feeling. The market square with wooden houses, beautiful cafes and the castle ruins are the main attractions of Lanckorona. Lanckorona is also called the Town of Angels.


The biggest amusement park in Poland, offering several dozens of attractions over the area of 43 hectares for all age groups, children, youth and adults alike.


In the Miniature Park you can admire the most famous architectural wonders of the world and Poland and enjoy a number of theme park attractions. A Fortress towers over the area of the Miniature Park. There, the visitors can go back in time to the medieval ages. 


The Auschwitz Birkenau Museum, a place everyone should visit. This is the complex of German Nazi concentration camps, including the death camp. The Museum is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. 


It is the home of one of the oldest salt mines in the world. With over 700-year rich history, the mine is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The mine extends for around 245 kilometers of underground passages. The Tourist Route available to the public is 3.5 kilometers long. 

– CRACOW (36 kilometers)

The capital city of the Małopolskie province, one of the oldest towns and the jewel of the Polish cultural heritage. In the past, Cracow was the capital city of Poland and the house of the kings of Poland. Currently, it is a large city located at the Queen of the Polish rivers – the Vistula. 

While staying at our Hotel, it is worth to go hiking in the nearby mountains. LESKOWIEC mountain with the Peak of John Paul II is especially recommended. You can also take a several-hour walk along the numerous tourist routes. Taking the opportunity, it is worth driving to the Mucharz Lake to enjoy a number of attractions it offers (a ship cruise, piers with recreational gear for rental). 

For more experienced tourist, we recommend climbing the highest peak of Beskidy Mountains – Babia Góra (1725 metres). The most convenient route starts in Zawoja town around 40 kilometres away. 

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