The route should take 2 hours and 25 min., the route is 45,2 km long. We start from the flats in the direction of Konstytucji 3 Maja avenue. Then we turn right into Konstytucji 3 Maja Avenue, we stick to the route until we reach the traffic lights on Wrocławska Street, where we turn slightly left. Then, keeping to the same street, we get to the lanes on Kupiecka street. Keeping to this route, we ride along the promenade and then head towards Stefana Batorego Street. We reach the Stefana Batorego Roundabout and then take the third exit. We continue along the Stefana Batorego route. During the route, we pass Łężyce and Wysokie and we turn slightly left into Wał przeciwpodzowy, turning left into DW280. To get to the other side of the river, we have to take the Brody ferry. The route continues in the direction of Skąpe. We do not enter this place but turn left. You pass Lake Olobok and turn right, heading towards the deserted village of Rudawki. Follow the Bolesław Chrobry route to the village of Olobok and keep on the Wojciechowski street to Niesulice.
What is there to see in Niesulice?
The lake, which tempts with its clear water and beautiful views, is an ideal place for diving and fishing. No wonder that it is one of the most visited places by tourists in Lubuskie. You can expect numerous holiday and tourist centres, where you will be provided with accommodation in very good conditions. At a distance of 10 km is the city of Świebodzin, where you can see the largest statue of Jesus, which is literally 3 metres higher than the statue of Jesus in Rio de Janeiro.