Owned and operated by the rather ugly concrete manufacturer adjacent, this relatively new bathing area on the outskirts of Kraków is the most fun and appealing refinery we've ever been to. About 12km east from the city centre, Przystań Brzegi is a lovely place to take a dip during the week, but on weekends this place gets absolutely jam-packed with families, couples and friends looking for some fun in the sun. A seriously long sandy beach between two clean reservoirs, Przystań Brzegi offers a lifeguarded swimming area (10:00-18:00 every day), a volleyball court, water equipment rentals (kayaks, rowboats, pedal boats), and a few eating options. On weekends it's common to find extra attractions here - like water obstacle courses for kids, inflatable slides or even an industrial bubblemaker - and they frequently organise events like tug-of-war contests and volleyball tournaments, so check their FB. A word of warning, one thing there isn't much of is shade. Their season generally runs from June 1 to end of August, but it depends on the weather. Admission is paid per person and good for the entire day. Parking is paid, and a cab from the centre will likely set you back 40-50zł. There's no normal bus service, but a special bus does run 3 times a day from near Galeria Krakowska; details here.