Attractions in the area
Near the village flows the river Bug, which with its oxbow lakes is often called the last wild river in Europe. Riverside areas are also important habitats for water and marsh birds and mammals, as well as a favorite place for fishing enthusiasts. Anyone who likes to spend time actively outdoors can go kayaking, cycling along the Eastern Bicycle Trail "Green Velo" or walking in the forest.
These areas are also famous for regional products that can be purchased from local producers. It is especially worth going to Kodeń for Kodenski wholemeal bread or herbal honey from dandelion flowers called the Nectar of St. Eugene in the monastery of the Missionary Oblates.
In the village of Zabłocie, there is an over 100-year-old church of St. Santa. At a distance of 10 km from Zabłocie, there is the Orthodox Monastery of St. Onofrio in Jabłeczna, which (according to folk tales) was founded in about the 15th century, after the icon of St. Onofrio. In Kodeń, it is worth going to the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Kodeńska, where the image of Our Lady of Kodeń is closely related to the Sapieha family, and take a walk along the alleys of Kalwaria Kodeńska. It is also worth visiting the Museum of Józef Ignacy Kraszewski in Romanów, 20 km from Zabłocie, the Białe Lake in Okuninka (45 km) or the Horse Stud in Janów Podlaski (65 km).
- Basilica of St. Anna from the years 1629-1635, and in it the miraculous image of Our Lady of Kodeń
- Kodenska Calvary
- Ruins of the Sapieha Palace
- Cemetery Chapel of St. Lawrence from 1703 in
- Church of St. spirit
- Repeatedly rebuilt Palace of Placentia
- Historic Unicka Gate
- The Way of the Cross with original figural wooden sculptures by Tadeusz Niewiadomski
- Orthodox Church of St. Holy Spirit
- Monastery of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate,
- The Convent of the Sercan Sisters and the Convent of the Discalced Carmelite Sisters
- Missionary and ornithological museum