Borowice (in German Baberhäuser, in Czech Borovice) is a piedmont holiday resort belonging to the highest range of the Sudetenland, Karkonosze Mountains, situated in the Valley of Five Streams. Hidden among the spruce forests of [regiel dolny] rest-hose with diffuse single houses on a vast glade appears to be a great place for a rest far away from urban noise. Relatively small number of guest houses provides an accommodation and a good gastronomic base. Segmentation of building provides calm, silence and cameral atmosphere even during high season. These are the advantages which in Karpacz or Szklarska Porêba cannot be observed anymore. A perfect area for long walks and bicycle rides through the forests in summers and skiing and cross - country skiing in winters. Characteristic mementos of pre-War period are stony parapets standing on leas of Borowice which used to separate the areas of former landowners.
For tourists who hunger beauty and calm Borowice is an ideal place for a longer stay in Karkonosze Mountains. The silence is here jammed only by brooks' murmur and birds' twitter. The village is quiet and extraordinarily beautiful. However, if you wish to experience the charm of Borowice, you have to hurry up because after the times of being forgotten in the late 80s the place is being discovered again.
According to a guide from 1938 the stay in Borowice was recommended to people suffering from following diseases and dysfunctions: nerve dysfunction, exhaustion, fragile body habit and disturbances of respiratory system (apart from tuberculosis). Additionally the village is recommended as a place for convalescence. Possible curing methods: climatic curing, seasoning, curing by fresh air and sun, wandering, dieting and doing winter sports.