Lake Solina is the 6th largest man-made lake in Poland.
It lies in the Bieszczady Mountains region and was created when a dam was built on the River San. The dam is 664 meters long and 82 meters high. The average depth of the lake is 25 meters, but there are some areas where it exceeds 60 meters in depth. The lake is a magnet for many outdoor enthusiasts especially kayakers and sailors.