The lake at Piaski, also called Kryspinów Lake, is located in the village of Budzyń, on the western border of Kraków.
The lake was created in the excavation of a closed sand mine. Its advantages include sandy beaches and a short distance from the centre of Kraków. That is why in summer the lagoon is often visited by the inhabitants of Kraków seeking for active leisure or just relax by the water. You can get to Kryspinów from the capital of the Małopolska region by road no. 780, and then leave your car in the paid parking lot. Numerous suburban buses also get there. The bathing beach is guarded (and payable), it has water equipment rental, sports fields and a playground. There is also an adventure park right on the beach with a zip line running over the lagoon. And after the relaxing time spent by the water, we encourage you to try one of the nearby regional inns which are worth visiting.