Hotel Arłamów, Ustrzyki Dolne
Myczkowce Dam

Myczkowce Dam

Myczkowce Dam was built in 1955-60, a few years before the great- est Polish dam, located nearby in Solina, was constructed.

It has been operating since 1961, i.e. seven years before the power plant in Solina was opened. The dam holds back the waters of the San River up to 15 metres. Its power is 8.5 MW.Water reservoir in Myczkowce is auxiliary to the dam in Solina. At the moment, the dam is open to take a walk along or continue the excursion along the track through the forest on Grodzisko hill.


38 km from the Hotel
45 min by car


In order to provide services at the highest level, the Website uses cookies saved in the browser's memory . Detailed information on the purpose of their use and the possibility to change cookie settings can be found in the Privacy Policy.
By clicking ACCEPT ALL, you agree to the use of technologies such as cookies and to the processing of your personal data collected on the Internet, such as IP addresses and cookie IDs, for marketing purposes(including automatically matching ads to your interests and measuring their performance) by HOTEL ARŁAMÓW SPÓŁKA AKCYJNA, ARŁAMÓW, 38-700, USTRZYKI DOLNE . You can change cookie settings in the settings.

Manage privacy settings
Cookies necessary for the operation of the website

Cookies necessary for the operation of the services available on the website, enabling the viewing of offers, making reservations, supporting security mechanisms, among others: authentication of users and detection of abuse.

Analytical cookies

Cookies allow the collection of information about the user's use of the website to optimize its functioning and to adapt to the user's expectations.

Marketing cookies

Cookies allow the display of marketing content tailored to user's preferences, and the sending of notifications about marketing offers corresponding to their interests, including product information as well as information about services provided by the website administrator and third parties.

Your preferences have not yet been saved