Będlewo is located in the Wielkopolska National Park among a number of tunnel-valley lakes formed by a glacier. One of them is situated in the close proximity of the venue - Dymaczewskie lake. Its area amounts to anywhere between 119 ha and 121 ha depending on the source (with a maximum depth of 12 metres). Surrounding settlements include three small villages and the edges of the eastern side are covered with forests.
One can plan a walking tour around the lake covering approximately a distance of 12 km (about 2-3h). Both the start and end point of the tour could be palace in Będlewo. En route one can not only have chances to catch a glimpse of lake's panorama
but also to pass through a lovely village bearing the name "Łódź".
A part of its appeal is a wooden Catholic church dating back to the 17th century. It is surrounded by an old growth of trees where a baroque gate leading to the grove adds further charm to the site.
Another monument worth seeing is a wooden belfry with two bells, one of which dates back to the early 17th century and the other one which was funded to commemorate the battle of Vienna dates back to the second half of the 17th century.
If you consider going for the tour please wear trousers and suitable footwear (possibility of rough conditions: nettles and mud) .