The village of Pasym located on the Lake Kalwa in the Olsztyn Lakeland, is a wonderful place for water lovers and angels. The village has tradition dating back the 16th century and isthe water for many years has received first- class certyfication. It is praisedby lovers of spikes, pike perchs, breams as well as whitefish and Europena white fish.
Pasym has interesting places of historical interest such as the Evangelical church dating from the 14th century, a Catholic church raised in 1876 on the site of former Teutonic castle, a neo- gothic town hall, clasical chapel of the Rutkowski familyfrom the middleof the 19th centur, and old 18th- 19th century inn, a mill, coach- house, public bath, schools, presbytery and remnantsof the defensive walls from the end of the 14th and 16th century.
Lake Kalwa is a wonderful place for ater lovers and anglers. The water for many years has received the first-class certyfication. It is praised by lovers of spikes, pike perchs, breams as well as whitefish and European white fish.