Niedzica-Zamek is the location of the highest earth dam in Poland, decorated with a 3D painting. In close proximity to the dam, Dunajec Castle rises above the waters of the lake. According to the local legend, the Incas escaping from the Spaniards hid their treasure in the castle and it has not been found to this day. The terraces of the castle overlook the Spišské Pieniny and Lake Czorsztyn. The creation of the artificial lake was already planned in the interwar period, although the plan was only implemented in the 1970s. During its construction, two towns had to be relocated: Maniowy and a part of the village of Czorsztyn. In Czorsztyn, you can also visit ruins of the castle and original highland huts, as well as villas relocated from the flooded areas. You can take a cruise between the two castles on “Czorsztynianka” gondolas. "Czorsztynianka” gondolas run daily, from May 1 to September 30, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm in the tourist season and from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm off-season. There are 6 gondolas that can take 72 people at a time. You can transport bikes on the gondolas. Pets are welcome. In addition to cruises on the "Czorsztynianka" gondolas, you can rent kayaks, pedalos and fishing boats. Another unparalleled attraction, unique on the European scale, is rafting on the Dunajec River. The rafting trips begin in Sromowce Wyżne-Kąty and end in Szczawnica. Rafters from the Pieniny will not only take you through the river gorge, but also make the time pass by telling legends and stories about the gorge and the surrounding area. You can also go down the river on a pontoon. Pontoon rafting - an amazing adventure on the waters of the Dunajec (100% safe!). The Homole Gorge - you will visit the most interesting place in the Małe Pieniny and you will reach the Glade below Wysoka, where you can buy local oscypek (smoked sheep milk cheese) directly from shepherds’ huts → Wysoka - if you feel like going for a hike, you can climb the highest peak of the Pieniny. In addition, in the church in Dębno Podhalańskie (15th century) you will see a polychrome painting from 1500 and a square glockenspiel. The whole building is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. To sum up the attractions described above, you can visit them in one day, but two days are recommended.