The “Virgin Hill" is located in the village of Horodyszcze Kolonia. It is a picturesque, scenic hill with an area of 1.54 hectares. Since 1983, the hill has been protected as a natural monument because of its landscapes.
It is covered with oaks (26 trees). According to legend, its name derives from the existence of a monastery inhabited by virgins, which sank into the ground during the Tatar invasion. However, archaeological research has not confirmed these assumptions, although some graves and stone tools were discovered in the area.