Wąwóz Homole" is one of the biggest natural attractions of Pieniny. It is a deeply cut, steep-walled gorge in the Little Pieniny Mountains in the area of Jaworki village. The rocky part reaches a length of 0.8 km with fantastic crags and steep rock walls reaching up to 120 m in height.
We can admire the unique vegetation here. The gorge has been known as a treasure hunt since the 15th century. The Kamionka stream flows along the narrow valley bottom. Noteworthy here are especially its unusual and picturesque cascades.
Higher up, the gorge widens into Dubantowska Glade with huge boulders called "stone books". It is a favourite resting place for tourists hiking in the ravine. Walking further you get to the observation deck at the Jaworki Arena.