Full of rolling hills, ancient trees and wild animals, Roztocze is famous for its clean air, unique microclimate and tremendous diversity in nature. This land has yet to be fully discovered and is considered to be one of the cleanest, wildest and least industrialized regions in all of Poland. In fact, in 2019, Roztocze was officially added to the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve list.
There are more than 700 species of plants that grow here and in addition to rare species of rodents and amphibians, one can also find various wild forest animals such as roe deer, stags, foxes, wild boars and even wolves. It is here, inside the boundaries of the Roztocze Transboundary UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and on the edges of Roztocze National Park, that Rodowita has its source.
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