Jurgów is a small village (c. 900 inhabitants) in the Spisz region of southern Poland, near the border with Slovakia and the village of Bukowina Tatrzańska, on the Białka river, approximately 15 km (9 mi) north-east of Zakopane.
Worth to visit: beautiful and historic St Sebastian wooden church from about 1670. It is made completely of wood, and is still in use today. The church has twice been rebuilt: first in 1811 and again in 1869. It is surrounded by large, very old trees. The walls and roof of the church are faced with wooden shingles, and it has a Rococo-style interior, including many carved figures of angels, saints, etc. Soltys's croft, which is currently a part of the Tatra Museum.(from Wikipedia)
Hawrań Ski Centre in Jurgów is a good place for skiers and snowboarders who want to escape from the crowded slopes in Zakopane and Białka Tatrzanska.
There are four nice ski pistes for intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders - two chair lifts and one Tbar lift nad three easy slopes for beginners with T bar lifts.
There is also a small ski school, a ski rental and a restaurant, as well as large, free car park. www