Zab is the highest situated place in Poland. Its unique microclimate, good location in a close proximity to the Tatra mountains’ capital Zakopane and clear mountain air make the village a perfect destination for a holiday. Zab is attractive for both skiing lovers and hiking enthusiasts. Famous Polish skiers – Jozef Luszczek and Stanislaw Bobak as well as ski jumper Kamil Stoch have their roots in Zab.
Zab is an ideal place for the lovers of “snow frenzy”. There are four quite easy medium-size ski slopes in the village. The ski runs are in the majority enlightened, which enables skiers to practice their favourite sport until late in the evening. Snow remains at the slopes usually until the end of March.
Zab is a tranquil picturesque place in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, in Tatra County and Poronin Commune, with the population of approximately 2,300. The village is situated at the altitude of 1,013 meters above the sea level, on the northern slope of Gubalowka mountain. It is the highest situated place in Poland.