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The Carp Fete is a 3-day artistic and culinary event organised every year the first weekend of July on the Market Square in Zator. 

The Festival of Taste of Lesser Poland is the unique culinary heritage of the region involving regional, traditional, local and organic products. Fairs of local products and the accompanying competitions for the producers of regional specialties are organised every summer in Kraków, Wieliczka, Wadowice, Oświęcim, Tarnów, Nowy Targ, Nowy Sącz and Miechów.

The Carnival of Taste is a must for people interested in culinary traditions, local products and healthy food. The festival aimes to support  local environmental and agricultural initiatives and to promote the culinary heritage of Małopolska, Krakow and its regional products.

The Plum Route will lead you through fields and trails with abundant plums and other delicious fruit, pleasing to the eye and palate, where lungs can be filled with fresh mountain, aromatic air. Each year it gives birth to healthy and tasty fruit that distinguish themselves by the richness of aromas and environmentally-friendly methods of production. 

The Plum Route will lead you through fields and trails with abundant plums and other delicious fruit, pleasing to the eye and palate, where lungs can be filled with fresh mountain, aromatic air. Each year it gives birth to healthy and tasty fruit that distinguish themselves by the richness of aromas and environmentally-friendly methods of production. 

Among the considerable landscape and cultural richness, Zakopane and its surroundings offer real culinary jewels. A remarkable culinary route ‘The Flavours of Podhale’ winds among them, leading directly to 30 exceptional places serving excellent local delicacies – both, traditional dishes and modern mergers of flavours. 

The „Carp Route”, located in a Carp Valley, Małopolska province, covers the historical fish-farming area spreading for hundreds of hectares along the valleys of the Vistula and Skawa Rivers. Located in Oświęcim and Wadowice district, consists of seven communes: Zator, Przeciszów, Osiek, Polanka Wielka, Brzeźnica, Spytkowice, Tomice. The main goal of the „Carp Route” is promotion of the fish farming, which has been run here since 13th and 14th centuries, and it’s products, in particular carp.

The European Fair of Regional Products is a  celebration of the variety of food that is produced all over Europe. The latest trends in healthy food and food production in harmony with nature and traditions are presented to the general public. 

Oscypek Cheese Products

Made with milk that comes from the ‘Polish Mountain Sheep’ breed, this Polish cheese is produced in a traditional way, thanks to a knowledge passed down from one generation to the next. This expertise has made Oscypek one of most valuable the culinary treasures in Poland.