Three Crowns is the most famous mountain range in the Pieniny - Central heavily used by tourists. Of the massif consists of five array of peaks that resemble a crown. The highest of them 982 m above sea-level Okraglica is equipped with a nest lookout from which you can admire the magnificent panorama of the Magura Spiska, Gorcy, Beskid Sadecki and whole Pieniny. Other tournaments are called Płaska Skała 950 m above sea level, the Pańska Skała 920 m above sea level, above 940 m above sea level Garden and Nizhny Okraglica,
Three Crowns is one of the most attractive places in the whole of Pieniny. From the viewing platform at Okrąglica, falling onto Dunajec plain near five hundred meter gap, excellent view of the canyon and the area of the Pieniny National Park and the stunning Tatra Mountains, Beskid Sadecki, Gorce, Beskid Zywiecki and Magura Spiska. In good weather you can see distant about 63 km Babia Gora. Three Crowns originally called Pieniny. In 1834 he appeared in the documents name Kronenberg, and from 1860 until the current function name. Three Crowns massif is a place of as many as seven species of plants not found anywhere else outside of it in Pieniny. Unique plants, among other things: nuns and Pieniny Złocień Zawadzki. Besides them, there are numerous and rare species of plants wapieniolubnych cave, among them the great Sedum, which is host larvae of the unique and rare butterfly Parnassius apollo Pieniny. Three Crowns was visited by tourists since time immemorial. First tourist trail on this beautiful peak was in 1906. In 1929 the site was bought by the Polish government. At the southern foot of the Three Crowns in Sromowce Low - climb the picturesque Gorge Sobczańskim, there is a shelter PTTK with the same name as the top.