Latežeris is a lake that is located in a calm settlement of the same name. It is surrounded by the pines of the Dainava Forest. Recreation areas can be found nearby, and you can stay in a rural homestead if you wish to fish and relax.
Černiauskai Mound (also called Leipalingis Mound) is the only mound in Druskininkai Municipality. On the eastern side of the mound, there is a settlement at the foot of the hill where rough ceramics, animal bones, slag and clay plaster can be found. Once, a clay cylindrical spindle was also found. The mound is thought to have been formed in the 1st or 2nd millennium.
Ančia is one of the most beautiful lakes in Lithuania. With its long and curved shape, it may remind you of a wide river. Ančia Lake surrounds the town of Veisiejai and the Ilgininkai pine forest, where plenty of mushrooms and berries can be found.
Šlavantai mound is located on a picturesque site, on the western shore of Šlavantas Lake in former Yotvingian lands. In the 1st-2nd millennium, an ancient settlement was located on the southwestern foot of the mound, where shards of ancient clay pots have been discovered.
This is one of the largest and most impressive mounds in Meteliai Regional Park, located on the western shore of Dusia Lake. A very long time ago, the Yotvingians built a settlement at the foot of the mound and a well-fortified wooden castle on its top. The Prelomciškė Mound offers visitors spectacular panoramic view toward Dusia Lake. Every July, the Oninės Festival takes place here.