Łosinek is an agritourism farm located by the River Biebrza, in Dolistów Stary. It is 40 km from the border with Belarus, 50 km from Augustów , 55 km from Białystok, and 90 km from Suwałki.
The Łosinek agriturismo consists of four rooms on the first floor, for every two there is one bathroom. On the ground floor there is a cozy living room with a fireplace, a large dining room and a covered veranda.
The hosts offer delicious meals based on traditional Podlasie cuisine, European dishes, as well as vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and non-dairy dishes, prepared at convenient times for guests.
The Łosinek farmstay has a small library room, which book lovers will simply love. And the local garden is the perfect place to relax with a book or light a barbecue. The hosts also offer bicycle rental for an additional fee.
Łosinek farmstay is fortunate to be located next to the Biebrza National Park - the largest national park in Poland, inhabited by about 250 bird species. An interesting form of spending free time will certainly be even a few hour kayaking and rafting trips on the Biebrza River or horseback riding in Pegaz stud ranch.
Particularly noteworthy monuments are the Osowiec Fortress from the second half of the 19th century, Dwór Bartla, Włodzimierz Puchalski's cottage - naturalist, hunter, photographer and director of natural films, and the geographical center of Europe in Suchowola.